List of Mexican flags

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The following is a list of flags used in the United Mexican States.

National flag[edit]

1821–1823
1821–1823

Historical flags[edit]

Cross of Burgundy flag (1506–1785)
Cross of Burgundy flag (1506–1785)
1701-1771
1701-1771
Flag used by the Spanish Empire in its territories from 1785-1821
Flag used by the Spanish Empire in its territories from 1785-1821
Cross of Burgundy flag used in New Spain (1521-1821)
Cross of Burgundy flag used in New Spain (1521-1821)
Banner used by Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla in 1810
Banner used by Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla in 1810
Flag used from 1811-1812 by Regimiento de la muerte (Death Regiment) after Hidalgo's death in the Independence War
Flag used from 1811-1812 by Regimiento de la muerte (Death Regiment) after Hidalgo's death in the Independence War
Flag used in 1812 by José María Morelos at the Independence War
Flag used in 1812 by José María Morelos at the Independence War
Insurgents war flag used in 1815
Insurgents war flag used in 1815

State flags[edit]

Durango[1]
Durango[1]
Jalisco[2]
Jalisco[2]
Querétaro[3]
Querétaro[3]
Quintana Roo[4]
Quintana Roo[4]
Tlaxcala[5]
Tlaxcala[5]

Municipality flags[edit]

Autlán de Navarro[6][7][8]
Autlán de Navarro[6][7][8]
Chihuahua[9]
Chihuahua[9]
Benito Juárez
Benito Juárez
Hermosillo[10]
Hermosillo[10]
Guadalajara[11][12]
Guadalajara[11][12]
Ixtlahuacán de los Membrillos[13]
Ixtlahuacán de los Membrillos[13]
Monterrey[14]
Monterrey[14]
Morelia[15][16]
Morelia[15][16]
San Juan de los Lagos
San Juan de los Lagos
San Luis Potosí[citation needed]
San Luis Potosí[citation needed]
Santiago Matatlán[17][18]
Santiago Matatlán[17][18]
Tequixquiac[19]
Tequixquiac[19]
Tonaya[20]
Tonaya[20]
Irapuato[21]
Irapuato[21]
Zapopan
Zapopan

Military flags[edit]

Naval Jack
Naval Jack
Three Guarantees army flag (1820-1821)
Three Guarantees army flag (1820-1821)
Iturbide's infantry (1821)
Iturbide's infantry (1821)
Flag used by Mexican Royalists in 1808
Flag used by Mexican Royalists in 1808
Mexican Insurgents (naval) used in 1815)
Mexican Insurgents (naval) used in 1815)
Mexican Insurgents (parliamentary) used in 1815
Mexican Insurgents (parliamentary) used in 1815
Mexican Insurgents (commercial) used in 1815
Mexican Insurgents (commercial) used in 1815

Annexation[edit]

Republic of Yucatán
Republic of Yucatán
Republic of the Rio Grande
Republic of the Rio Grande
Republic of Sonora
Republic of Sonora
Province of Chiapas (then part of the Federal Republic of Central America)
Province of Chiapas (then part of the Federal Republic of Central America)

Native American flags[edit]

Mixe people
Mixe people
Seri people
Seri people
Purépecha people
Purépecha people
Yaqui people
Yaqui people

Other flags[edit]

Zapatista Army of National Liberation (EZLN) flag since 1994
Zapatista Army of National Liberation (EZLN) flag since 1994
Saint Patrick's Battalion flag (1846-1848)
Saint Patrick's Battalion flag (1846-1848)
Battalion of San Blas flag (1823-1848)
Battalion of San Blas flag (1823-1848)
Flag used by the Cristeros during the Cristero War (1926-1929)
Flag used by the Cristeros during the Cristero War (1926-1929)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Ley sobre el Escudo, la Bandera y el Himno del Estado de Durango". durango.gob.mx (in Spanish). Gobierno del Estado. Retrieved May 15, 2016. The state flag is described in Chapter 3, Articles 10 through 15.
  2. ^ "Ley sobre el Escudo, Bandera e Himno del Estado de Jalisco" (PDF). jalisco.gob.mx (in Spanish). Congreso del Estado. Archived from the original (PDF) on August 8, 2014. Retrieved April 28, 2016.
  3. ^ "Ley de Escudo, la Bandera y el Himno del Estado de Querétaro" (PDF). legislaturaqueretaro.gob.mx (in Spanish). LVIII Legislatura del Estado de Querétaro. Retrieved April 28, 2016.
  4. ^ "Ley sobre la Bandera del Estado de Quintana Roo" (PDF). congresoqroo.gob.mx (in Spanish). Poder Legislativo. Retrieved April 29, 2016. The date of adoption is given in "Se Iza por Primera Vez la Bandera de Quintana Roo". Cancun Digital (in Spanish). Archived from the original on March 13, 2016. Retrieved April 28, 2016.
  5. ^ "Reseña histórica de la bandera de Tlaxcala". e-consulta.com Tlaxcala. 2017-04-21.
  6. ^ "Autlán de Navarro". app.jalisco.gob.mx.
  7. ^ "deGrana - Arriamiento de bandera que concluye con la fiesta". www.degrana.com.
  8. ^ "Autlán en fotos 15: La bandera de Autlán en la plaza de toros". culturautlan.blogspot.mx.
  9. ^ "Noticias de Chihuahua, El Observador". www.observador.com.mx.
  10. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2013-02-14. Retrieved 2013-12-13.
  11. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2013-12-13. Retrieved 2013-12-13.
  12. ^ "Universidad Tecnológica Columbia – Bachilleratos Tecnológicos, Bachillerato Intensivo Semiescolarizado, Bachillerato Virtual y Cursos de Formación para el Trabajo". www.columbiacollege.mx.
  13. ^ "CAMPAÑA DE DESCACHARRIZACIÓN". www.ixtlahuacandelosmembrillos.gob.mx.
  14. ^ [1][dead link]
  15. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2013-12-13. Retrieved 2013-12-13.
  16. ^ "Se manifiestan en el Ayuntamiento de Morelia, exigen becas y despensas".
  17. ^ "calendas - Cool Graphic". www.coolchaser.com.
  18. ^ "Periodico Oficial" (PDF). periodicooficial.oaxaca.gob.mx.
  19. ^ "Glifo – Ayuntamiento de Tequixquiac". www.tequixquiac.gob.mx.
  20. ^ "Mi primo, con la bandera municipal, antes de empezar el recorrido por las calles del pueblo, lo que se ve antras son la torre del templo antiguo. - Mi Pueblo - Viajeros". Viajeros.com.
  21. ^ "BANDO DE POLICÍA Y BUEN GOBIERNO DEL MUNICIPIO DE IRAPUATO, GTO" (PDF). irapuato.gob.mx.