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Article:List of Google hoaxes and easter eggs
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* Searching "Police Telephone Box" will lead you to a Police Telephone Box in Earl's Court, London. Entering Street View will show the interior of the [[Tardis]] from ''[[Doctor Who]]''.
 
* Searching "Police Telephone Box" will lead you to a Police Telephone Box in Earl's Court, London. Entering Street View will show the interior of the [[Tardis]] from ''[[Doctor Who]]''.
   
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* In December 2009, Google added an easter egg on their homepage whereby clicking the "I'm Feeling Lucky" box with no text entered brings up a clock counting down the seconds until 2010. When it reached zero it displayed "Happy New Year" in fireworks.{{Citation needed|date=July 2010}}
 
* In December 2009, Google added an easter egg on their homepage whereby clicking the "I'm Feeling Lucky" box with no text entered brings up a clock counting down the seconds until 2010. When it reached zero it displayed "Happy New Year" in fireworks.{{Citation needed|date=July 2010}}
 
* In December 2009 when typing in a search term including the word "Christmas" the line separating the sponsored links from the normal search is replaced with Christmas lights. Also, when typing in a search term including the word "Hanukkah" the line separating the sponsored links is replaced with a Dreidel design.
 
* In December 2009 when typing in a search term including the word "Christmas" the line separating the sponsored links from the normal search is replaced with Christmas lights. Also, when typing in a search term including the word "Hanukkah" the line separating the sponsored links is replaced with a Dreidel design.
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