Google celebrates Shakespeare Bualeam

Apr

24

2016

Today search engine Google is celebrating 400 years of the death of writer and poet William Shakespeare, through a new design for logo Google on its home page shows a famous poet surrounded by a set of graphical thumbnail, which crosses from each one of his works play.

Google described Shakespeare’s genius, and said that he wrote 38 plays and contributed to the representation mostly during the years of his life amounting to 52 years, and added that the poems and plays of Shakespeare and other works were left in the past four centuries, a unique impact on the cultural life of the world.

The company also set aside a special page within a site Google Cultural Institute to review some of the works of Shakespeare, or inspired by the great cultural legacy business, and the page includes old photographs of himself and his clothes were used in his plays as well as modern images and writings concerning him.

Shakespeare was born in England in 1564, was the most well-known between 1589 and 1613 he produced his work and died on April 23 / April of 1616 year.

It is noteworthy that the logo graphics or what is known as Doodles serves as changes and decorations are made ​​to the Google logo to celebrate different or diverse events such as holidays or special occasions personalities anniversary and the lives of famous artists and scientists.

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