Trivia Crack Answer: Red, white and green
About the colors of the Mexican flag
The Mexican flag has the colors of red, white and green. The colors of the Mexican flag are very symbolic for Mexico. Red, white and green were the colors of the national liberation army. Since 1821, these colors have been featured on the Mexican flag. The green color of the Mexican flag symbolizes the Independence Movement. The struggle for Mexican independence began almost immediately after the Spanish took control of the Aztec Empire in 1519. The War for Independence lasted from 1810-1821. The white of the Mexican flag symbolizes Catholic faith and the purity of that faith. Although Catholicism was brought over by their Spanish conquerors, Mexicans and other Latin countries became devoutly invested in Catholicism. To this day, many Latino nations are primarily Catholic. The red color of the Mexican flag has two symbolic resonances. It symbolizes both the blood spilled by the soldiers that fought for Mexico’s independence and the Spanish citizens that believed in and joined Mexico’s quest for independence. Many assume that the colors of the Mexican flag are the same as the Italian flag. However, the Mexican flag uses a darker shade of both red and green. The Mexican flag and its colors are very important to the people of Mexico.