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The diadem of Mararmures
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The diadem of Maramures has been characterized, since old times, by the presence of a bear standing on two legs. In a n image from 1881 the diadem of Maramures consists of a cut shield , the two parts being coloured in silver and green. This is laid over a bear that stands on two legs and it is oriented to the left.
The diadem of Mijgiria, Hust, Teaciv, Rahiv districts
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On the diadem of German shape there can be seen miners coloured in black – the colour of caution – holding pickaxes in their hands at the entrance in a white mine – the colour of hope. Beneath there appears the image of mountain rivers under the form of ribbons. In the upper part of the diadem there is a the image of a mountain goat – the symbol of the mountains. And on the both sides there are two fir trees – the symbol of the forests.
The diadem of Ugociei ( Vinogradov district)
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On the diadem of German shape there can be seen miners coloured in black – the colour of caution – holding pickaxes in their hands at the entrance in a white mine – the colour of hope. Beneath there appears the image of mountain rivers under the form of ribbons. In the upper part of the diadem there is a the image of a mountain goat – the symbol of the mountains. And on the both sides there are two fir trees – the symbol of the forests.
The diadem of Bereg: (Beregovo, Muvacevo, Svaleava, Volovet, Irsava districts)
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The Italian shape diadem is divided in four parts on a silver cross. In the upper part, on a red background there is a bunch of grapes and and an oak twig with acorns. Beneath, on a light blue ground there are two fish and the brown bear.
The diadem of Ujana (Ujgorod, Perecin, V.Bereznai districts)
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The shield of French shape is divided into two parts above which there is a knight's helmet with a noble crown. On the both sides of the diadem there hang decorative elements of blue, silver and gold colours. On the blue background of the diadem, in the upper part there is a knight in front of the noble crown that holds in his hands three golden wheat spikes (the richness of the fields), and three oak twigs (the richness of the forests). Beneath, on a red ground (the colour of manhood), there are silver ribbons that symbolize the rivers.
The diadem of Uzhhorod
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On the blue background of the Polygerman diadem it is shown the way in which three grape vines grow from the ground and meet three green leaves (the colour of liberty) and two golden branches of grapes.
The diadem of Transcarpathia (Zakarpattia Oblast)
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It appeared in the year 1920. It was the official diadem of the autonomous entity called the Sub Carpathian Russia in 1938 and in 1939 the official diadem of the independent state group the Carpathian Ukraine. In 1990 it became the diadem of the Trans Carpathian region. On a silver background ( a pure colour) that symbolizes the Trans Carpathian ground there is the image of the legendary owner and protector of the Carpathian mountains – the brown bear. On a blue background ( the colour of honesty) there are three yellow ribbons (the colour of justice and faith) that symbolize the three big rivers in the region (Tisa, Uj, Latorita).
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