Phillip II gave the city the name of Noble and Loyal City of Nuestra Señora de los Zacatecas. In 1588, he authorized its coat of arms. It is a crowned coat and it depicts the Cerro de la Bufa, a landmark of the capital, surrounded by its original discoverers. A cross on top of the Hill and an image of Nuestra Señora del Patrocinio. There's also the sun and the moon in its dexter and sinister side respectively. On the bottom is the motto LABOR VINCIT OMNIAQUE (“Work conquers all”).
Design based on the work of MW MMX "Bandera de Zacatecas (1835)". 2012.
Design using gold and silver to represent this miner state. By MetamarioMX. 2014.
Silver for the state's rich silver deposits, brown for the rich soil and yellow for minerals. The plant is zacate, a type of reed and the state's namesake. By kyrgyzzephyr. 2014.
Zacatecas flag proposal by MetamarioMX, modified by Hans. May 2016.
Zacatecas flag proposal by MetamarioMX, modified by Hans. Oct 2016.
Zacatecas flag proposal by Sotajarocho. 2015.
Zacatecas flag proposal by Superham1. 2016.
Called "Forward" - Temple steps in three locations. By Rotten Ali
The flag of Zacatecas is made up of four horizontal stripes, two in green and two in white, plus four flowers that represent the prehispanic cultures that habit the state. By Ricardo Vazoli, 2016.
This flag proudly represents many attributes contributing to the state of Zacatecas, including the aqueduct that is famously located in the state. Also, the flag contains St. Jame's Cross to represent 94% of the state that identifies as Catholic, and the red and gold represent their Spanish history. PennsylvaniaProud. 2017.
Proposal for a flag for Zacatecas. By Qaz Jan 2020 (details)
Proposal for a flag for Zacatecas. Substituting white for gold to maximize contrast. By Qaz Jan 2020 (details)
Flag of Zacatecas Red and Yellow Red Star Red is Left Yellow Is Normal Flag and Red is Right, February 2020