Google Doodle Celebrates Morocco’s Independence Day

Soukaina Sghir
Soukaina Sghir
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Today Google is celebrating Morocco’s 67th day of remembrance of the country’s Independence, worthy yearly on Nov 18.

Google used an easy but patriotic doodle to celebrate Morocco’s independence, providing a waving Moroccan flag in front of a blue cloudy sky mentioned with purple and green – representing the flag’s colour scheme.

November 18 marks an annual countrywide vacation in Morocco, commemorating the anniversary of  Independence Day and paying tribute to King Mohammed V for his combat towards the French and Spanish colonizers.

On March 2, 1956, Morocco formally received independence from the French regime. That equal year in April, Morocco declared independence from Spain.

Morocco determined to make November 18 a day of celebration in preference to the dates that it formally claimed its independence to pay tribute to Sultan Mohammed V.

Soukaina Sghir

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