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St. Patrick’s Day Google doodle includes hidden word written in ancient Irish ogham alphabet

Google recruited Irish artist Ross Stewart to create the image depicting a scenic Ireland landscape with a stonemason arranging rocks.

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George Peabody Google doodle honors philanthropist often called ‘Father of Modern Philanthropy’

Over the course of his life, Peabody is credited with giving away half of his $16 million fortune.

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Pi Day Google doodle marks 30th anniversary of March 14 holiday honoring mathematical constant 3.14

Google recruited Dominique Ansel, the pastry chef behind the Cronut, to bake a salted caramel apple pie in honor of the math-inspired holiday.

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Sir William Henry Perkin Google doodle recognizes British scientist behind 1st synthetic dye

Perkin accidentally discovered mauveine, the first synthetic dye, while cleaning out a beaker after an unsuccessful science experiment.

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Paralympics 2018 Google doodle marks the start of the winter games in PyeongChang

The animated image celebrating the Paralympic games honors the 670 athletes competing over the next 10 days.

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International Women’s Day Google doodle honoring females around the world arrives a day early

The doodle is a collective of 12 stories from female artists, each using her art to share an experience that has impacted her life as a woman.

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Google’s Gboard for Android keyboard now supports 300+ languages

Google says Gboard for Android now covers 74% of the world’s population.

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Gabriel García Márquez Google doodle honors novelist behind the classic ‘One Hundred Years of Solitude’

Today would have been Márquez’s 91st birthday.

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Holi Google doodle celebrates the Hindu holiday with a colorful image of dhol players

The illustrated doodle highlights the vivid colors associated with the holiday along with the traditional wooden barrel drum known as a dhol in South Asia.

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Winter Olympics Day 17 Google doodle marks the end of the 2018 games

Google has posted a new doodle every day for its Winter Olympics series.

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