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Mexican Flag Tattoos

About Mexican Flag Tattoos

The national flag is an important symbol for any country that has one.

However, for Mexican people the flag of Mexico is much more than just a symbol of their country and nationality.

For Mexicans their flag is a symbol of unity, hope, religion, purity, courage, strength, justice, beauty, fallen heroes, power, independence, pride, etc.

The fact that Mexicans adore and respect their flag is best represented by the monumental flags that are placed across the Mexico.

Also, Mexicans have the national holiday that is dedicated to their flag, the tattoo of the Mexican flag is one of the most frequent Mexican tattoos, and they have the special civil oath to their flag.

The biggest flag of Mexico has a pole of 300 feet of height and it measures around 150 by 80 feet. There are many other monumental flags that are places at the most important cites in Mexico so that everybody can pay their respect to their beloved flag.

Another fact that represents how much Mexicans care about their national flag is that they know everything about it; including the exact way that it looks, all of its details as well as what every detail represents, the history of their flag, and everything else there is to know about it.

On the other side people of many other countries have very modest, if any knowledge of their flag and what it represents. The history of the Mexican national flag is as exiting and rich as the history of Mexico.

Throughout the Mexican history the Mexican flag has been changed or modified many times. The only thing that was consistent was the colors of the flag (green, red and white) however the meaning of the colors varied.

Anyways, the Mexican flag tattoos are one of the most popular Mexican tattoos, among Mexicans that live in Mexico as well as those that live beyond the Mexican borders, due to everything that is said above.



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