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Do you know the history of the Pony Express? Go behind today’s #GoogleDoodle and learn all about it → https://youtu.be/doAgWNekqk0
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For surrealist artist Leonora Carrington’s 98th Birthday, our doodle is based off her painting “How Doth the Little Crocodile.”
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On this day 126 years ago, construction of the Eiffel Tower came to an end–marking the arrival of one of the most famous and recognized landmarks on the planet. Guest artist Floriane Marchix depicts this anniversary on our homepage today.
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How many people do you know can count Albert Einstein as a fan of their work? Not many we’re betting...but German mathematician Emmy Noether is one of the remarkable few. The legendary physicist once referred to Noether as “the most significant creative mathematical genius thus far produced,” a fitting endorsement given that Noether revolutionized the theories of rings, fields and algebras. Our doodle around the world celebrates her 133rd birthday. #GoogleDoodle
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Pumpkin season is upon us...well, those in the southern hemisphere at least. Enjoy the first day of fall. #GoogleDoodle
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Nowruz Mobarak! Originating in ancient Persia, this holiday marks the first day of the spring equinox right down to the tee! Every year, the moment the sun crosses the celestial equator is determined, giving observers the exact time to start their celebrations. #GoogleDoodle
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Our thoughts are with the people of Tunisia this Tunisian National Day. #GoogleDoodle
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Honey bees, flowers, and solar eclipses? Way to change things up this season for the first day of spring! #GoogleDoodle
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Our doodle in the U.S. and the U.K. marks the 216th Birthday of English photographer and botanist Anna Atkins. Considered the first person to publish a book illustrated with photographs, Atkins is also credited with being the first to use cyanotype, a printing process the uses cyan-blue print, for photography.
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Today’s #GoogleDoodle celebrates the achievements of women everywhere. Happy International Women’s Day!
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