Flag of Latvia

Flag Latvia, Banner Latvia
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64.597 km²
Latvian, Russian (widely spoken)
Latvian Lat (LVL)

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That's what ChatGPT knows about the flag of Latvia

This is what an AI says about the Latvian flag
The Latvian national flag is a symbol of the Latvian nation and its independent status. It was introduced in 1918 as part of the country's declaration of independence and has been a symbol of Latvian sovereignty ever since. The flag is a combination of three traditional colors: White, Red and Dark Blue, which stand for freedom, brotherhood and loyalty.
This is what an AI knows about the history of the Latvian flag
Latvian national flag is a symbol of Latvian identity and has a long history. The first official flag was introduced in 1918, when Latvia gained its independence from Russia. The flag consists of three horizontal stripes in red, white and red. It represents Latvian culture and history and is a symbol of solidarity and national pride. The flag has changed over time, but the original color combination has remained.
This is how an AI describes the Latvian flag
Latvian national flag is a rectangular banner with a wide red stripe on the upper and lower edge. In the center there is a white rectangle crossed by a wide red cross. The upper part of the cross is crowned with a white star. The star symbolizes the independence of Latvia. The red hue of the flag symbolizes the bravery of the Latvian nation. The white hue represents the purity and honesty of the Latvian people.

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