Monday’s Google Doodle in Belgium is to wish ‘Happy National Day’. It’s 183rd National Day of Belgium, Google celebrating with this Doodle.
Sam Vanallemeersch, a guest artist is the designer of Google Doodle on Belgium National Day.National Day parade is the best part of celebration, Google features it in the doodle along with logo of company included in new style in it.
Belgium National Day is the commemoration day of formation of Belgium constitution, King Leopold I vow. It’s on 21 July 1831, the incident took and first Kingdom of Belgium came in being.
Belgium National Day 2014 events and programs
National Day of Belgium is one of the most celebrated day over there. In Belgium there are twelve public holidays, Belgium National Day is important one among them.
Starting from Te Deum service attended by King and other notable dignitaries at Cathedral of Brussels, events of National Day officially starts at Belgium. Parade on the day is very important event for marking the significance of National Day in Belgium. Countries military, air force, civil defense and other main services jointly participate and makes parade every year colorful.
This year also main events takes place at City Center and programs will end up with firework at Parc de Bruxelles. Wishes of National Day is flowing to country from around world.
Iranian President in his greeting to King Philippe for National day mentioned about the good relationship maintained among both nation and also, he wished prosperity to the king and government.
US in their greeting to Belgium on National Day, John Kerry on behalf of United States mentioned about the good relation and bonding among two countries along with the wish of completing 1st anniversary of reign to King Philippe. John Kerry , US secretary general included his experience visiting Belgium last December, ‘Battle of Bugle’ and determination of US and Belgian soldiers were also added in the message.
Celebration of the National Day have already started over there. Google with this doodle wished a very happy National Day.