Latvia’s flag was officially adopted on February 27, 1990. Long a part of the former Soviet Union, the modern flag is symbolic of a revered time-honored legend. It is told that the deep red color is representative of the blood shed by a wounded Latvian leader, and the white represents the cloth used to wrap his wounds.
3′ x 5′ nylon flag with pole sleeve and gold fringe for indoor use.
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