Valentine's Day


August 19, 2022

Saint Valentine's Day (English: Saint Valentine's Day), also known as Valentine's Day (English: Valentine's Day) falls on February 14 every year. Valentine's Day is celebrated in many countries around the world. Most of the countries in the west Even if it's still a working day in all those countries "Saint Valentine's Day" was originally just a day to celebrate one or two early Christian saints named Valentinus. The modern implied romantic meaning was added by the poet over the centuries. Valentine's Day was first established by Pope Gelacius I in 496 before Pope Paul VI cut it from the General Roman Calendar in AD. 1969 Valentine's Day was associated with romantic love for the first time in Geoffrey Chaucer's social circle during the High Middle Ages, when the tradition of courtly love flourished until the 15th century. has evolved It is an opportunity for couples to show their love to each other by giving flowers. candy or candy and sending greeting cards later, the tradition of expressing love is not only popular in the west but has spread throughout the world. Most people regard that day as a day of showing love to each other until now. Some countries celebrate in a similar way, for example Brazil celebrates "Dia dos Namorados" on June 12, when gifts are given to loved ones such as flowers and chocolates.

Saint Valentine

Historical Facts

Many early Christian martyrs were named Valentine. The Valentine celebrated on February 14 is the Valentine of Rome (Valentinus pr.