The present Doodle observes Panama’s Independence Day, otherwise called “Separation Day,,” in remembrance of the nation’s revelation of self-rule from Colombia in 1903.
The next year, Panama originally settled the plan of its red, white, and blue banner, which is portrayed in the Doodle craftsmanship. Isolated into four consistent quarters and set apart by two slantingly contradicted stars, the banner is intended to imply a portion of the Central American country’s most significant qualities. The blue star speaks to trustworthiness and immaculateness, the red star represents a regard for the nation’s laws, and the white represents harmony.
iFeliz día de la Independencia, Panamá! Upbeat Independence Day, Panama!