The Doodle for today honors Freedom Day in South Africa. The nation held its first democratic elections on this day in 1994.
Many South Africans were allowed to vote for the first time during the elections, which resulted in the formation of a new democratic government. Today, individuals finish homes and structures with their public banner, similar to the one in the present Doodle. In April of 1994, the country’s six-colored flag was flown for the first time.
South Africans honor those who fought for their freedom and visit historical locations on this day. Well known objections incorporate Constitution Slope in Johannesburg and Robben Island, where Nelson Mandela was kept as a political detainee. In addition, families might host barbecues and attend local parades.
South Africa, Happy Freedom Day!
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