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Top 5 Google Doodles of the Christmas
The Google Doodle, also known as Holiday logos, is an artistic version of the Google logos have been used by Google since 1998. The first Google Doodle was for the Burning Man festival. Every once in a while Google likes to surprise us with a treat, a little gem on their homepage that makes searching the internet fun.
Google Doodles are awesome because unlike school, they make learning random facts cool. More importantly, they allow you to waste endless amounts of time. Some of the Google Doodles were limited to Google’s country specific home pages while others appeared globally.
The Google Doodles Logos are the fun, surprising, and sometimes spontaneous changes that are produced for represent events like famous artists and scientist, holidays, historical anniversaries, current events, national and international days, pioneers, and contests for designing a Google Doodle.
Christmas is here and Google is celebrating naturally Christmas fever by doodling away. So, here are the Top 5 Google Doodles of Christmas.
1. Google Happy Holidays 1999 Christmas Doodle
The old doodle was perhaps Google’s first best Christmas doodle featuring a completely dressed snowman in a snowy background with snowflakes dropping in the background.
2. Google Happy Holidays 2002 Christmas Doodle
The second Happy Holidays doodle features lots of toys scattered under the O of Google and animated characters like teddy bears, penguins and rabbits expressing joy. After the opening of gift box each one gets the gift that they most like. Bear gets the honey, rabbit gets ear muffs, penguin gets bow tie and bunny gets the toothbrush. At the end after the celebration we can see the cheerfulness in the face of all.
3. Google Happy Holidays 2007 Christmas Doodle
At last, the transformation is complete. It has been quite a journey, beginning with this and slowly morphing till it reached this final stage. The final doodle in Google Doodle’s 2007 Christmas series shows a brightly decorated Google logo. Decorations include Candy sticks, ribbons and a jar for sweets.
4. Google Happy Holidays 2008 Christmas Doodle
The 2008 Google Christmas doodle shows a toy factory with toys spelled in the shaped of Google.
5. Google Happy Holidays 2011 Christmas Doodle
Winters everywhere can be cold and dark with short days and long nights. It’s no coincidence, then, that many cultures incorporate lights and decoration into their winter holidays that fall around the winter solstice. And that theme inspired our holiday doodle one of the simplest yet the most beautiful was the 2011 Christmas doodle with brightly lit outlines of everything famous about Christmas, including, a Santa face, Snowman, Snowflake, Bells, Candle and a Gift. Happy Holidays!