Posted: Sat 1st Mar 2014

Google’s iconic logo gets the St David’s day makeover treatment.

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Saturday, Mar 1st, 2014

Google`s iconic logo gets a St David`s makeover today to mark the celebration of the patron saint of Wales, its the latest in a long line of Google Doodles dating back to 2004.

The logo has been given a distinctly Welsh makeover, with the nation’s figurehead, the Welsh dragon seen pouring tea for a women in traditional Welsh national dress.

The doodle will take pride of place on the Google front-page until midnight tonight.

Weve gone back over time and collated all the previous doodles dating back to 2004 – 11 in total.

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