The Mexican flag is a rectangle with three vertical stripes: green, white and red from left to right. The stripes are of equal width. In the center of the flag is a design of an eagle, perched on a cactus, eating a snake. The cactus in on an island in a lake, and beneath is a garland of green leaves and a red, white and green ribbon.How big is the Mexican flag?
The largest Mexican flag in the world is located in Piedras Negras, Coahuila. It is 60 meters by 34 meters. The flag pole for the flag is 120 meters tall and weighs 160 tons.What is the official flag of Mexico?
Current Official Mexican Flag. The current official flag of Mexico was established on September 16, 1968, although, it was not legally confirmed until 1984. In this version, the same red, white, and green vertical stripes are seen. In the center of the middle white stripe is the Coat of Arms, a left-facing eagle.