If you visit Google.ro today you will find a Google Doodle on the Search Engine homepage. My Romanian is not that good and most of the news and sites about the Google Doodle is in Romanian. I did some research to find out what the doodle is about. I love Google Doodles and have made it a mission to publish all the Google Doodles on the 3D Car Shows site.
I believe that people visiting the 3D Car Shows site does not always want to read about cars, and the Google Doodles provide some entertaining alternative to the usual news on the 3D Car Shows site.
On my mission to learn more about “Doodle 4 Google Romania mea este” the Romanian Google doodle of 1st December 2012 I used the Google Translator service and discovered that the Google Doodle was about “Doodle 4 Google My Romania” then everything made sense and I instantly knew what the Google doodle was about.
Like in many other countries around the world, the Doodle 4 Google competition were recently held in Romania, allowing School children to create Google Doodles and submit it to the Doodle 4 Google competition. The competition winner were announced on November 29, and the Doodle on the Romanian Search Engine homepage today show one of the winners of the Doodle 4 Google Romania competition.
This is how Lasmina Maria the artists described the “Doodle 4 Google Romania mea este” –
“Romania is a country my green mountains and valleys, hills and plains, beautiful colorful traditions to be preserved, ennobled by artists and athletes what they ascended to heaven name. Romania mea merita iubita! Romania deserve my love!” by Lasmina Maria
Video of “Doodle 4 Google Romania mea este” entries
In this short video by Doodle 4 Google you can view some of the entries Google have received for the 2012 Doodle 4 Google Competition.
Union of Transylvania with Romania
Union of Transylvania with Romania was declared on December 1 [November 18] 1918 by the assembly of the delegates of ethnic Romanians held in Alba Iulia.
The national holiday of Romania, the Great Union Day (also called Unification Day) occurring on December 1, commemorates this event. The holiday was set after the 1989 Romanian Revolution, and marks the unification not only of Transylvania, but also of the provinces of Banat, Bessarabia and Bukovina with the Romanian Kingdom, in 1918, the Union of Transylvania with Romania being the last event, sealing the unification of the country.