Google Celebrate Armenia’s Independence Day with doodle

Happy Independence Day, Armenia!

The present Doodle recognizes Armenia’s Independence Day, referred to locally as Ankakhutyan or.

On this day in 1991, Armenia passed a submission with an almost consistent vote to announce sway after right around 70 years under Soviet standard.

Represented in the Doodle artwork is Armenia’s red-blue-and-orange flag, which was first authoritatively flown for very nearly three years after the country’s underlying announcement of opportunity from Russia in 1918.

The plan was authoritatively restored in 1990 after Armenia received its Declaration of Independence, and the flag keeps on filling in as an image of Armenian opportunity, strength, and regular beauty today.

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