Google celebrates Valentine’s Day with a Doodle

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Google presented this February 14 a doodle commemorating Valentine’s Day, commonly known as Valentine’s Day. In the animation, which is seen when visiting the search engine’s website, a pair of smiling hamsters can be seen in a heart-shaped house.

the doodle too has a game in which the user must assemble the name of the company so that the hamsters can get back together happily.

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Google Doodle Valentine / Photo: Capture

“Sometimes love takes you by surprise. It may be full of twists and turns, but through all its ups and downs, it can still bring the world (regardless of species) closer together,” reads a text accompanying the animation.

“Just look at the two hamsters in love featured in today’s interactive Doodle. Can you piece together their path and clear a path for them to run towards each other’s precious paws? As they say, home is where the heart is. Happy Valentine’s Day!”, they wish from Google to all its users.

What is the origin of Valentine?

What is currently known as Valentine’s Day has its origin in the Roman Empire, specifically in the third century when Valentine, a priest decided to celebrate marriages contrary to the emperor’s orders.

Consequently, Valentine was assassinated on February 14, 270, a date that was later chosen by the Catholic Church to represent love. between a couple This allowed the celebration to spread throughout the world, making it currently one of the most celebrated festive dates in the world.

What’s the next Doodle?

Google already anticipated that the next special design of its logo will be published this February 15 and will be inspired by the Lantern Festival which is celebrated during the first full moon of the lunar calendar.

Traditions call for celebrants to light lanterns and send them floating skyward as a symbolic act honoring ancestors and symbolizing release from the past while lighting up the year to come.

This holiday, over 2,000 years old, dates back to the Eastern Han dynasty and it is a display of the power of the oral traditions of the Chinese empire.

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