History and Meaning of the Mexican Flag - TripSavvy
The Mexican flag consists of three vertical bands in green, white, and red, with the Mexican coat of arms in the center of the white band. The coat of arms portrays a golden eagle perched on a prickly pear cactus and gripping a snake in its beak and talons. The flag's proportion is 4:7; although the flag of Italy has the same colors, its proportions are 2:3, and the Mexican flag is differentiated by the shade of the colors, the symbol in the center, and its aspect ratio.
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