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three horizontal bands of maroon (top), white (half-width), and maroon; the flag is one of the older banners in the world; a medieval chronicle mentions a red standard with a white stripe being used by Latvian tribes in about 1280The House of the Blackheads located in old town Riga was first built in the 14th century for the Brotherhood of the Blackheads Guild, a guild for unmarried German merchants in the city.
The building was bombed by the Germans in 1941 and demolished by the Communists in 1948.
Reconstruction took place between 19; the building currently serves as a museum and concert hall.