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Google’s Logo for Persian New Year 1387

Posted by Parsin on March 20, 2008

Today is Nowruz (Norooz) the first day of Persian New Year. Nowruz means “the new day” and each year it starts with the first day of spring season. Each year Google puts a logo for Nowruz and the the first day of spring. The first logo is for Nowruz and the second one is for the first day of spring.

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Day of Nature

See Google’s Logo for Persian New Year 1388

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