Valentine’s Day 2007 Google Doodle

Valentine’s Day is taken by the youth as their day all around the world. All though love as no age limits this day is special celebrated by the youth and middle aged people. All around many special programs are arranged to celebrate the day dedicated to love with the loves ones.

Valentine’s Day 2007 Google Doodle
Valentine’s Day 2007(February 14, 2007)

Google also didn’t forget to wish the Valentine’s Day wishes to the world. They came up with the doodle in the homepage released in all places of world on Valentine’s Day of 2007. The specialty that Google incorporated in the doodle of February 14th was that it combined the logo letters ‘g’ and ‘l’ by using the figure of red strawberry.

Image of strawberry was given in the Valentine’s Day 2007 Google Doodle such that the top part includes the strawberry with green leaf and small stem and bottom part which is used to represent the letter ‘g’ as if red chocolate juice is melted and flowing out of the strawberry. As red is the common color associated with feeling of love inclusion of this beautiful red fruit was relevant.

Happy Valentine’s Day
Happy Valentine’s Day
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Many poems and stories are made by taking the love as the main theme from ancient days itself. It was with a poem by Geoffrey to wish King Richard II and Anne on their anniversary of engagement Valentine’s Day was started to associate with love. There are many stories related to Saint Valentine which links with Valentine’s Day celebrations. It’s believed that Saint Valentine death day is observed as the Valentine’s Day.

Saint Valentine was believed to be the person who helped the young couples lived during the time of Emperor Claudius II to get married when Emperor announced that young soldiers will not have the right to marry. He thought the marriage will take off the courage from the soldiers to fight for the country. When Emperor knew that Valentine is helping them he took him to prison and killed. This is one of the legend which believed to be the reason for starting the Valentine’s Day celebrations.

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