Situated in the uneven, Caucasus area where the Asian and European landmasses meet, Armenia commends its Independence Day on the 1991 commemoration of the country casting a ballot in a countrywide mandate for sway. The present Doodle commends this public occasion, otherwise called Ankakhutyun, with a portrayal of the public tricolor banner.
Planned by Armenian word specialist, teacher, etymologist, and philologist Stepan Malkhasyants, every component of the banner addresses the Armenian public and its scene. The red stripe at the top addresses Armenian constancy, opportunity, and its good country locales; the blue stripe in the center represents their endeavors to keep up with life under quiet skies, and the orange stripe at the base connotes the flexibility and inventiveness of the Armenian people.
Glad Independence Day, Armenia!