A report by Alex Zinberg for Coverage Log.
Happy Independence Day, Trinidad and Tobago!!!
The present Doodle commends the Independence Day of the Caribbean country of Trinidad and Tobago. At the point when the clock struck midnight on this day in 1962, the islands of Trinidad and Tobago authoritatively accomplished freedom from British pilgrim rule.
To stamp the notable second, the nation for the absolute first time raised its recently embraced red, white, and dark public banner, which is portrayed in the Doodle artwork.
Each shade of the flag’s diagonally striped plan holds explicit essentialness. The red that commands the flag’s experience represents the sun and the fiery quality of the country’s people.
The black on the diagonal stripe speaks to the earth and a commitment to quality and solidarity. Finally, the white represents fairness and implies the sea that interfaces the country’s two essential islands.