Nicaragua Independence Day 2014 Google Doodle

Search giant changed the logo in five Central American including Nicaragua to mark the 193rd Independence Day, 15 September 2014. Its to commemorate the Independence from Spain in 1821, Nicaragua celebrating Independence Day annually.

Nicaragua Independence Day 2014 Google Doodle
Nicaragua Independence Day 2014 Google Doodle(September 15, 2014)

Google Doodle is designed beautifully including floral emblem in it. It’s second o in Google logo replaced with National Flower of Nicaragua. All other logo alphabets in doodle is included using flag color, white and blue combination of stripes. Sacuanjoche is the flower of Nicaragua, white colored flower is a National symbol and you can see it in banknote of 1,5,10 and 25 cent.

Clicking on Google Doodle, you can get search page for Independence Day Nicaragua. Hovering mouse pointer over doodle wishes Happy Independence Day. Google Doodle will be present for 24 hours in Nicaragua.

September 15 is an holiday in Nicaragua and is celebrated in grand way.

Nicaragua Independence Day

In Nicaragua entire month of September is dedicated for celebration. Every places houses, offices, schools and other organizations, decoration with national flag are common in the season.

Patrimonial Festivities begin on 1 September. Burning torch, it is a symbol of Independence of Central American countries. Torch travels around Costa Rica, Honduras, Nicaragua, El Salvador and Guatemala. By 12 September Torch will reach Nicaragua and President of Republic receive it and hand it over to Costa Rica.

Patriotic songs, parades, dance and music is a part of celebration in Nicaragua too, as in all other nation. Additionally in Nicaragua, there is a tradition of reading Act of Independence in all schools, commemorating the Central American Independence on the day.Main program takes place at Managua National Stadium. Thousands of people come and witness the programs there on Independence Day. This is one among the best celebrated day in Nicaragua.

Happy Independence Day Nicaragua.

 

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