Today’s Doodle commends 60 years of Senegalese opportunity. On this day in 1960, Senegal marked an exchange of intensity understanding, which prompted its official acknowledgment as a self-governing republic.
Known as the “Entryway to Africa,” Senegal honors its Independence Day. Delineated in the Doodle craftsmanship, the banner of Senegal was first settled a similar year as the nation’s power and highlights a green star in the center. Green speaks to the country’s strict legacy, yellow the nation’s abundance of characteristic assets, and red speaks to its battle for opportunity.
Happy Independence Day, Senegal!
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