|COAT OF ARMS OF THE JEWISH AUTONOMOUS REGION|
The coat of arms of the Jewish Autonomous Region is a heraldic French shield, which color is Russian aquamarine (dark green). The proportion of width to height is 8:9. The upper and lower parts of the shield are marked with narrow horizontal stripes white-blue-white. All colours are equal in width and are 1/50 of the height of the shield. The blue stripes symbolize the Bira and Bidzhan Rivers. The center of the shield is emblazoned with a gold Ussurian tiger with black stripes in its natural coloring. The figure of the tiger is turned to the right toward a viewer that symbolizes an unusual history and original way of the Region’s development.
Reproduction of the coat of arms of the Jewish Autonomous Region is admitted without a heraldic French shield (in the form of the main item of the coat of arms – Ussurian tiger).
|FLAG OF THE JEWISH AUTONOMOUS REGION|
The flag of the Jewish Autonomous Region is a white rectangular panel. On the horizontal axis is located a color strip symbolizing a rainbow. The strip consists of seven narrow horizontal strips (red, orange, yellow, green, sky blue, blue and violet). Each width is equal to 1/40 the width of the flag. The strips are divided by narrow white horizontal strips, the width of each is equal to 1/120 the width of the flag. The proportion of width of the flag to its length is 2:3.
The anthem of the Jewish Autonomous Region is a symbol of custody of traditions and culture of the Region.
September 6, 2011