A very Mexican doodle! This is how Google celebrates the 210th anniversary of the Independence of Mexico

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Mexico .- Google being the most consulted search engine worldwide, shows all its users on each special date a doodle commemorating the celebration that is being celebrated .

And it is that since August 20, 1998, Google changes its already classic logo for a doodle this word is originally from the English language and that when translated into Spanish means “ garabato ”.

This Wednesday September 16 is celebrated the Independence Day of Mexico and Google celebrated it with a design which is made by the guest artist Ina Hristova from Xalapa, Veracruz, and shows a colorful and eclectic collection of images that represent the traditional festivities of this celebration; The illustrations pay homage to an iconic Mexican folk embroidery style developed in the 1960s by the Otomí indigenous people of Tenango de Doria in central Mexico.

September 16, 1810 the priest Don Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla summoned the people of Dolores Hidalgo through the ringing of the bells of his church, to rise up in arms against the rule of the Spanish .

The main objective of this movement was to liberate the territory from the Spanish yoke and that, in every corner of the Colonia completely forgot the concept of viceroyalty .

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