Google celebrates 170th Independence day of Dominican republic with Doodle

Google will publish Independence day 2014 Doodle of Dominican republic within the homepage of country on 28th February. This Doodle represents 170th independence day of the country.

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170th independence day dominican republic doodle (February 28, 2014)

Within Independence day 2014 Doodle of Dominican republic you can see traditional dish of rice, meat and beans of the country by replacing second ‘O’ on official logo. It represents way of Independence day celebration in Dominican. republic You can also see the shade of national flag of the country within this Independence day Google Doodle.

The secretary of States John Kerry issued a congratulatory message for Dominican people on the behalf of president Obama.

“On the behalf of president Obama and the people of United States. In congratulate the people and government of Dominican republic on 170th anniversary of your independence.

The United State is proud of it’s thriving Dominican-American community. Each and everyday, some 1.5 million Dominican-American contribute to our Nation’s economic vitality and culture while maintaining a deep connection with their Dominican roots.

In the spirit of friendship and mutual respect, the people of United States are working with people of Dominican republic on citizen security, economic opportunity, clean energy development and respect for human rights. As you gather in celebration I wish you happy independence day”

Today president of Dominican republic Danilo Medina will go to congress for to delivering nation speech and to hoisting national flag. The speech will transmit to all over the media.

Today is an official holiday for Dominican people. They used to wear colorful dresses today and arrange parades across all streets of the country. People decorates their balconies with Dominican flags on this day, as tradition and also to showing respect towards the country.

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