Following the course of history, people accepted more the Christian origin of Valentine's Day rather than the 2 pagan customs. The martyrdom of the saint and the influence of Roman celebration in the history made the celebration of Valentine's Day exist until today.
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Saint Valentine's Day, merely called Valentine's Day, is a day for people in love and is observed every February 14 of the year. Lots of nations, specifically Western nations, commemorate Valentine's Day even if it is a working day. It cites creative methods in revealing love such as giving a lots of red roses, cooking a romantic meal for one's enjoyed one, and starting the day by not stopping working to match one's loved one. In Finland, Valentine's Day is more related to as a celebration that is to recognize the sales of flowers and cosmetics and a day to treasure good friends, not just for liked ones. In Latin American countries, Valentine's Day, likewise understood as the Day of Love and Friendship, is commemorated as a way to show gratitude for buddies.
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