The flag of the state of Yucatán is, like most current Mexican state flags, the coat of arms centred on a white field.

The coat of arms of Yucatán was officially adopted in 1989. The main field is green and shows a golden deer in the center, a golden sun in the upper sinister corner and a golden henequen plant in the base. It has a golden border charged with two Mayan arches on the dexter and sinister sides and two Spanish bell gables in chief and in base.

Historical Flag of YucatánEdit

The historical flag of Yucatán is the flag of the Republic of Yucatán (1841–1848).

Proposals for new flag of YucatánEdit