Google celebrates Valentine’s Day
February 13, 2013
Google celebrates with a new interactive ‘doodle’ due to Valentine’s Day and the 154th anniversary of George Ferris, the American engineer who created the Ferris wheel called for the Chicago World’s Fair of 1893. In the midst of a romantic park, is dominated by two large Norias, the most famous Internet search engine company celebrates two anniversaries.
The Mountain View team again celebrate a special day on the calendar with one of its trademark ‘doodles’. On Thursday February 14, Valentine’s Day, love and romance overflow Google that replaces its classic logo for a large amusement park of love. Two giant Ferris wheels, roller coaster and a carousel are among the attractions of this new ‘doodle’.
Along with Valentine, Google also celebrates the 154th anniversary of the inventor of one of the icons of love, the Ferris Wheel, invented by the American engineer George Washington Gale Ferris Jr., known as George Ferris. This engineer is best known as the creator of the Ferris wheel called in 1893 on the occasion of the Expo in Chicago.