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Cinco de Mayo (Spanish for "fifth of May") is a holiday held on May 5 that commemorates the Mexican army's unlikely victory over French forces at the Battle of Puebla on May 5, 1862, under the leadership of General Ignacio Zaragoza Seguín. It is celebrated primarily in the state of Puebla, Mexico and in the United States. While Cinco de Mayo sees limited significance in Mexico itself, the date is observed nationwide mostly in the United States as a celebration of Mexican heritage and pride. "Cinco de Mayo is not a Mexican holiday—-it is an American Civil War holiday, created spontaneously by Mexicans and Latinos living in California who supported the fragile cause of defending freedom and democracy during the first years of that bloody war between the states." (Cinco de Mayo is not Mexico's Independence Day.) -Wikipedia-



RF-81562 Mexican Flag Bandana
Retail: $9.95 Our Price: $5.92
Mexican flag bandana, 100% cotton, 22-in...
G-86169 Mexico Sultry Senorita 3-pc Costume
Retail: $52.55 Our Price: $41.92
Sm-Med, Med-Lg, XL, Sultry Senorita 3-pi...
RF-608117 Mexico Flag Windsock
Retail: $18.95 Our Price: $13.92
Printed nylon Mexico flag 60-inch windso...
EP-6208 -CLOSEOUT-Mexico Football Girl Costume 2-pc Set
Retail: $52.55 Our Price: $41.92
S, M, L, XL, Mexican Football Girl costu...
RA-1966 Mexican Flag Dress
Retail: $47.95 Our Price: $38.92
Mexican Flag dress, 100% polyester, 1966...
RA-1985 Unisex Mexico Flag Costume Tunic
Retail: $61.95 Our Price: $49.92
Men's or women's Mexican flag tunic, 100...
RF-60605 Mexican Flag Beach Towel
Retail: $27.95 Our Price: $17.92
Mexican Flag beach towel 30-inches x 60-...
RF-81915 Mexico Flag Belt Buckle
Retail: $19.95 Our Price: $14.92
Flag of Mexico oval belt buckle, 4 inche...
RF-81565 Mexican Flag Folding Chair
Retail: $52.95 Our Price: $39.92
Mexican Flag folding chair, 81565 *0998 ...
RF-81568 Mexico Black Cap
Retail: $19.95 Our Price: $12.92
Black colored unisex cap with white MEXI...
RF-150712 Farmer's Straw Hat
Retail: $19.95 Our Price: $13.92
Farmer's straw hat 150712 *0450x6 / *040...
RA-7079 Unisex Taco Costume
Retail: $53.95 Our Price: $46.92
Unisex taco costume, 100% polyester, Ras...
RF-833388 Mexican Flag Windsock
Retail: $21.95 Our Price: $14.92
Mexican Flag polyester windsock, 60-inch...
DY-19525 Miss Matador 5-pc Costume
Retail: $77.75 Our Price: $69.92
XS/S, S/M, M/L, L/XL, Miss Matador 5-pie...
C-M570 -CLOSEOUT- Spanish Dancer Costume
Retail: $57.75 Our Price: $45.00
This Spanish dancer costume DRESS is bla...
RF-16651 Mexico Flag Playing Cards 2-Sets
Retail: $12.95 Our Price: $8.92
Mexican flag playing cards, 2 decks in a...
RF-16652 Mexico Flag Baraja Playing Cards 2-Sets
Retail: $12.95 Our Price: $8.92
Mexico flag baraja playing cards, 2 deck...
RF-81566 Mexico Flag Fleece Blanket
Retail: $37.95 Our Price: $28.92
Mexico flag polar fleece blanket, size 5...
RF-837744 Mexico Swooper Flag
Retail: $31.95 Our Price: $24.92
Mexican Flag polyester windsock 833383...
CS-L2XECL -CLOSEOUT-Corona Logo Navy Blue Bikini 2-pc Set
Retail: $57.95 Our Price: $44.92
Large only, This navy blue Corona bikini...
CS-JBXCE -CLOSEOUT-Corona Logo Gold Booty Shorts
Retail: $33.95 Our Price: $24.92
S, M, L, XL, Officially licensed Corona ...



The Flag of Mexico (Spanish: Bandera de México) is a vertical tricolor of green, white, and red with the national coat of arms charged in the center of the white stripe.  While the meaning of the colors has changed over time, these three colors were adopted by Mexico following independence from Spain during the country's War of Independence, and subsequent First Mexican Empire.  The current flag was adopted in 1968, but the overall design has been used since 1821, when the First National Flag was created.  The central emblem is the Aztec pictogram for Tenochtitlan (now Mexico City), the center of their empire.  It recalls the legend that inspired the Aztecs to settle on what was originally a lake-island.   -Wikipedia-

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