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Mexican Flag History

Discover Mexican Flag history, and especially how Mexico's flag history fits in . When the Spanish saw this symbol of the empire - an eagle on a cactus, they .

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Beyond the fight between the eagle and the serpent, the Mexican flag symbolizes their union, the unity between Heaven and Earth.

What does the eagle mean on the Mexican Flag

The Aztecs believed that this would show where to found their capital. Mexico City is today built on that very site. The eagle on the flag is representative of that.

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