Valentine’s Day is a celebration that takes place on February 14. It is a day of the year when couples celebrate their love. This can be done by giving flowers, chocolates, Valentine cards or just a nice gift
Love notes can be given to each other. These notes people give are also called valentines. Some people choose one person and call him or her "Valentine" as an act of love and appreciation.
The symbols of Valentine’s Day are heart shapes, roses, and Cupid with his arrows.
Valentine's Day is named after a Christian martyr named Valentine. He was a married bishop who forbade couples.
Since the 14th century, Valentine's pears have been made in England. English immigrants then took Valentine's Day to the United States. After World War II, US troops brought the festival to Europe.