Every year, the world celebrates Valentine's Day on February 14? But do you know why? This article looks at the legend behind the day and the story is one which is sure to interest and enthrall you.
Valentine's Day is synonymous with chocolates. But, where did this sweet tradition originate? In the late 1800's, the first box of chocolate was introduce by Richard Cadbury exclusively for this day and the tradition carries on to date.
Saint Valentine is widely regarded as the patron saint of love. However, he is also the patron saint of people with epilepsy. An interesting fact that many people do not know.
Juliet still lives...in the hearts of many! Every year, on Valentine's Day, the Italian city of Verona receives many letters addressed to Juliet. Each letter is taken care of by the Juliet Club.
Learn about the meaning behind the different colours of roses on Valentine's Day. While white may symbolise youth, pink symbolises appreciation. Pick the right colour for your valentine!
When the name Valentine's Day crops up, the name of cupid almost follows instantly. But why is this? How did a winged baby become such a big part of this day? Read this article to know more about the son of Venus, the Roman God of love and beauty.
Even after his arrest and being made captive in the Tower of London in 1415, the Duke of New Orleans continued writing poems of love to his wife. It is believed that the love poems he sent to his wife is the first recorded knowledge of a Valentine.
Valentine's Day is when couples profess their love for each other. But, expressing his or her love to their object of affection, can be difficult. Fortunately, there is a conversation heart for that. No really, there is.
In Japan, Valentine’s Day is celebrated in a very unique style. It is the women who present gifts to men. There are two types of funny chocolates too. Read the article to know more.