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The emblem of the russian period
It was confirmed in November, 17th, 1844.
Azure; two branches in cross, one of which is laurel and the other - vine. The vine with bunches denoted viticulture developing on the south coast of the Crimea. The laurel branch denoted the only place in Russia where bay-trees could grow outdoors. The laurel branch reminded also about the victory at the village of Shumi near Alushta (Yalta ditrict) in 1774 by general Michael Golenishchev-Kutuzov. The victory was over the Turkish landing force. There the never-to-be-forgotten general got his famous in the history of medicine wound in the eye.
Image on site V.Napytkin.

П.П.фон-Винклер. Гербы городов, губерний, областей и посадов Российской Империи, внесенные в Полное Собрание законов с 1649 по 1900 год / Дозволено цензурою. С.-Петербург, 20 Июля, 1899 года. - Издание книготорговца Ив. Ив. Иванова. - С.-Петербург: Типография И.М. Комелова, Пряжка д.3, 1899. - 312с.  See


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