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Google Doodle celebrates Pizza

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Google Doodle celebrates Pizza, the most famous Italian cuisine.

Do you like Pizza? Which is your favourite pizza? What toppings do you relish the most.

Are you wondering why Google has this very special game-led doodle on Google.com today?

Naples, a city in Southern Italy, brought Pizza to our menu in the early 1700s. On 6 Dec 2007, Pizza was listed in the UNESCO list of Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.

What is UNESCO's Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity ?

Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity includes the cultural and natural sites, traditions, arts, literature, performing arts, social practies, rtituals, festivals, food, knowledge of various communities and places that are precious to humanity.

To mark the anniversary of listing the Pizza, Google Doodle launched an interactive and fun Pizza game for its users today.  The game features 11 varieties of pizza toppings.

Why don’t you also try this game on Google.Com?

The challenge of the game is to cut the pizza into slices based on the kind of pizza ordered. The players need to remember the requested toppings and the number of slices while cutting the pizza. Players can earn more stars in the game if they deliver the order accurately.

Do not forget to send us your recipes or favourite pizza pictures.

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