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Google Doodle for Chile National Day 2015

Sep 18, 2015

Chile National Day 2015

History tells us that Chileans are a brave, resilient people. On September 18th, 1810, in an open forum, the “First Government Assembly" was created, setting in motion the independence of Chile. Today, we celebrate Fiestas Patrias with a Doodle of an Araucaria, the towering national tree of Chile which – in the wake of the September 16th earthquake – symbolizes the strength of Chileans to stand tall in the face of adversity.

This Chilean pine (or Pehuén), known for its lofty stature and thousand-year-old origins, was illustrated by guest Doodler, Patrick Leger. Like this tree, we know that Chile will withstand, and overcome, any challenge that appears before it.
An earlier sketch by the artist, Patrick Leger

El 18 de septiembre de 1810, en un Cabildo Abierto, se crea la Primera Junta de Gobierno de Chile  con lo que se da inicio al proceso de la Independencia de Chile.

Hoy día conmemoramos las Fiestas Patrias con un Doodle de la Araucaria, el árbol nacional de Chile y que en estos días de dificultades simboliza también la fortaleza con que los chilenos se vuelven a parar tras las diferentes adversidades.

Este Pehuén, conocido por su estatura imponente y por sus orígenes milenarios, fue dibujado por el Doodler invitado Patrick Leger.


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