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St. Valentine's Day (11 form)

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11 form Lyceum of Natural Sciences Kirov, 2013 Resources http://o6oi.ru/main.php/101387-4/0187.jpg The Day of lovers is on the 14th of February. This holiday is widely celebrated among people of all ages. On this day they exchange with “valentines”, expressing their feelings and attitude. St. Valentine's Day http://www.coollady.ru/puc/5/OVD/79.jpg There are several versions of the appearance of valentines. From History The first version talk that Bishop Valentine was sentenced to death for being crowned the soldiers. In prison he fell in love with the daughter of the executioner and before the execution wrote her a love letter, which ended with the words:
"From your Valentine".
That letter was the
beginning of the tradition
of writing to his beloved
valentines. The second version talk that the first Valentine in the world was written in 1415 by the Duke of Orleans, it was addressed to his wife. He was bored in prison and decide to write love letters. These traditions were the basis for writing valentines by people around the world on February 14. History of valentines Legend has it that Valentine was an imprisoned man who fell in love with his jailor's daughter. Before he was put to death he sent the first 'valentine' himself when he wrote her a letter and signed it 'Your Valentine', words still used on cards today. From History According to another legend, Valentine was an Italian bishop who lived at about the same time. He was thrown into prison because he secretly married couples, contrary to the laws of the Roman Empire. The legend says that he was burnt at the stake. Gifts Charles was sitting in solitary confinement and he
was bored, so he began to write love
letters to his wife. Traditions In Italy people give chocolate. In Japan this holiday has become "Happy for Men": the Japanese give to colleagues, friends and loved ones gifts and always chocolate. But Valentine cards become popular in the 18th century. А где ссылки на ресурсы? Traditions In Wales, love spoons are cut as a gift to his beloved. This is a declaration of love. In the Netherlands, February 14 a woman has the right to offer a man to marry her. Otherwise, man would have to give the woman an expensive silk dress. Different countries have different traditions of celebrating Valentine's Day. что-то я не могу их вставить http://celticstyle.ru/lyubovnaya-lozhka-iz-uelsa/ According to legend, in those dark days and imperious and cruel Roman emperor Claudius II had come to the conclusion that a single man, not burdened by his wife and family would be better to fight on the battlefield for the glory of Caesar, and banned men to marry, and women and girls - to go marry the man she loved. A Saint Valentine was a common field doctor and the priest, who sympathized with the star-crossed lovers, and a secret from everyone in the night sanctified marriage loving men and women. Soon Valentine's activities became known to the authorities, and he was put into prison and sentenced to death. Finally, Saint Valentine became acquainted with the beautiful daughter of the warden - Julia. Enamored priest before his death wrote his girlfriend a love - Valentine, where he spoke of his love, and signed it "Your Valentine." Read it was after he was executed, and she penalty occurred on February 14 286 years. History of Valentine's Day Traditions in other countries: In Denmark usually send each other dried white flowers.
At the Frenchmen in the Valentine's day it is accepted to give jewelry.
In Finland and in Estonia this day names to as Day of friends. Friends give each other congratulatory cards, various trifles in the form of hearts.
Englishmen send love messages and the animal. Robert Burns sang his beloved "My Love is like a red, red rose," and to this day red roses are appropriate for that one special love. However, yellow roses are also popular on that day as a sign of friendship, and forget-me-nots always make sense. On this holiday give to favourite and expensive people flowers, sweets, toys, balloons and special cards (it is frequent in the form of a heart), with verses. History of Valentine Cards Creator of the first valentine cards is the Duke of Orleans. That was in 1415. http://piraku.ru/wp-content/uploads/2012/02/%D0%9A%D0%BE%D0%BD%D0%B2%D0%B5%D1%80%D1%82-%D0%B4%D0%BB%D1%8F-%D0%B2%D0%B0%D0%BB%D0%B5%D0%BD%D1%82%D0%B8%D0%BD%D0%BA%D0%B8.jpg Charles was in prison.
He was bored because he was in solitary confinement,
so he began to write love letters to his wife. Valentine cards
have become
very popular
in the 18th century. However, the serial production of valentine
cards began in the 19th century. First love letter was written Feb. 14, 1477. It was almost 500 years ago. http://www.sunhome.ru/UsersGallery/wallpapers/115/horoshie-valentinki-na-den-vlyublennih.jpg This letter was addressed to a man.
His girlfriend wrote to him that she loves him and wants to marry him. http://www.gandex.ru/upl/oboi/gandex.ru-26_7331_love-letter.jpg
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