Latvia Flag
The flag of Latvia consists of three horizontal stripes of red, white, and red. The red stripes are twice the height of the center white stripe. Although it was adopted on February 27, 1990, it was also in 1918 when the nation gained its independence, and its origins lie in the 13 century when historical accounts report that Latvian tribes from Cēsis went to battle in 1280 wearing the flag. Legend has it that a wounded chief was rested on a white sheet. The section he was on remained white, but his blood poured into the edges. In 1917, artist Ansis Cīrulis designed the current flag based on this account[1].
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  Latvia Coat of Arms
The coat of arms of Latvia on June 16, 1921. It features a shield divided into three section. The upper section features a yellow sun on a blue field. This sun is a symbol of Latvian national statehood, as the symbol was used by the Imperial Russian Army during World War I to identify its Latvian Rifleman. The 17 rays of the sun represent the nation's 17 inhabited districts. The bottom left section depicts a red lion on a grey field. The red lion derives from the coat of arms of the former Duke of Courland and Semigalia from 1569. The bottom right section depicts a silver griffin on a red field. The silver griffin dates back to 1566 and represents Vidzeme and Latgale. The arms were designed by Rihards Zariņ[2].
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