Thursday, 6 February 2014

Lover’s Day, that's what it is called!

Ya! 14 February, Valentine’s Day, The day that emerged from the romantic walls of Rome and got widespread in many countries around the world. Falling behind the bars it was a Golden Legend of Saint Valentine, who is believed to have performed Christian weddings for soldiers who were forbidden to marry.
The expression of Love:
Before his execution, he is reported to have performed a miracle- healing Julia, the daughter of the jailer, to whom the first "valentine" card was wrote signing as "Your Valentine. The expression adopted by modern Valentine letter.

It is believed that Saint Valentine had cut hearts from parchment and gave it to the soldiers and persecuted Christian to remind the men the vows and God’s love. This gave the origin to the now widespread use of hearts on St. Valentine's Day.

Rome is now also one of those places where love lives. It is also named Roma that originated from the Italian word for love "amor" when spelled backward. The beautiful sights of the city and the unspoiled nature will take you to the drive of an amazing land. There is so much to see in this place that you need to spend at least a week and explore a few sights. 
In recent years, Romania has also started celebrating Valentine's Day, even though several groups, institutions and nationalist organizations condemn the Valentine's Day for being superficial, commercialist and imported Western kitsch.

1 comment:

  1. Nice blog..
    You have beautifully linked valentine's day with the love city Rome and have briefly given the importance of the day.