The present Doodle recognizes Hungarian National Day. On this day in 1848, progressive writer Sandor Petőfi remained on the stairs of the Hungarian National Museum, recounting Nemzeti dal and proclaiming a rundown of requests for majority rule rights, presently known as the 12 Points of the Pest Revolution, before a developing horde of understudy protestors.
This proclamation called for clearing political change, including opportunity of the press, strict and political fairness, and the foundation of a Hungarian government. As Petőfi’s voice resounded through the lanes of Pest (presently Budapest), the Hungarian Revolution formally started. Following half a month of peaceful weight, the Austrian sovereign embraced the vast majority of the 12 Points into law, prompting Hungarian freedom.
National Day occasions are held yearly at the Hungarian National Museum, highlighting a presidential discourse, a recitation of the Nemzeti dal (“National Song”), and the raising of the nation’s banner, which is delineated in the Doodle fine art.
Happy March 15th, Hungary! (Cheerful fifteenth of March, Hungary!)