Bastille Day 2016 - Google Doodle
Bastille Day 2016 - Google Doodle
Google Doodle is celebrating Bastille Day 2016 by posting a beautiful Google Logo on its homepage.

A year after revolutionaries stormed the Bastille in 1790, this historic event and all it represented, was remembered and celebrated in France as the Fête de la Fédération. It’s because of this that the French national anthem is La Marseillaise, and that the flag is colored blue, white, and red.

Following the simple graphic style often seen in French newspaper illustration and echoing the style of Jean-Jacques Sempé, Doodler Helene Leroux aims for today’s Bastille Day Doodle to bring together the themes of Liberté, Unité, and Fraternité. It represents the importance of people coming together to celebrate togetherness and freedom on this most important of French holidays.

This Doodle's Reach France country.

Google has done a great job with the Doodle. Thank you for everything you accomplished. Give your rating for this beautiful Google Logo.