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St.Valentine’s Day. Something to do, Something to look forward to, And someone to love. Cupid. One of the most famous valentine symbol is Cupid. He is a son of Venus, goddess of love. He could cause people to fall in love by piercing them with one of his magic arrows. .

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Something to do,

Something to look forward to,

And someone to love.

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Cupid

One of the most famous valentine symbol is Cupid. He is a son of Venus, goddess of love. He could cause people to fall in love by piercing them with one of his magic arrows.

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St.Valentine’s Symbols
  • Red roses & hearts
  • Chocolates & candy
  • Valentine Cards
  • Gifts
  • Toys
  • Lovebirds and knots
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Red Rose

The rose was the flower of Venus, the Roman goddess of love. Red is a color that stands for strong feelings. This is why the red rose is a flower of love.

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Meaning of Different Colours of Roses

  • Rose of different colours symbolizes different emotions and feelings. Onethereforeneedstobecarefulwhilepresentingarosetolovedone:
  • RedRosessay: I love you. They are a universal
  • symbol of romantic love
  • WhiteRoses symbolize: Innocence and secrecy
  • YellowRoses show: Friendship and freedom –
  • so don’t send them if your intentions are romantic
  • PinkRoses express: Fun and happiness
  • OrangeRoses communicatedesire on the part of the sender
  • BlackRoses meanFarewellor "It'sOver"
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Valentine lived in the Roman Empire.One of the legends says, he was a Christian priest,who had been thrown in prison for his teaching. He performed a miracle there-he cured the jailer’s daughter from her blindness the night before he was executed. And he wrote a letter to the girl signing it «From your Valentine». On February,14 Valentine was beheaded.

Red Rose

The rose was the flower of Venus, the Roman goddess of love. Red is a color that stands for strong feelings. This is why the red rose is a flower of love.

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You stole my heart!

  • From Your Valentine
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Many historians, however, seem to trace Valentine’s Day to an ancient Roman festival called Lupercalia. This was held on February 15 to honor Faunus, the god of animal life, hunting, herding, the patron of husbandry, and the guardian of the secret lore of nature. After Christianity spread, some think this pagan festival eventually became Valentine's Day.

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Good luck!

Good luck!