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The New Mexico state flag is a field of yellow with a red sun symbol of the Zia in the center. Designed in 1920 to highlight the states Indian Pueblo and Nuevo Mexico Hispano roots. The colors are inspired by the flags of Habsburg Spain (the Cross of Burgundy flag,) and the Crown of Aragon, which was brought by the conquistadors.
New Mexico is one of only 4 state flags to not contain the color blue. The state held a design contest, which was won by Harry Mera of Sante Fe. As an archaeologist, he was familiar with the Zia Sun symbol which held sacred meaning. Four is a sacred number which symbolizes the circle of life. A circle in the center binds the four elements together; the four directions, the four stages of life, the four seasons, and the four times of a day.
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