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Mother's day by galli claudio
Mother's day by galli claudio
Mother's day by galli claudio
Mother's day by galli claudio
Mother's day by galli claudio
Mother's day by galli claudio
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  • 1. by Claudio Galli Mother's Day
  • 2. Its origin and its history <ul><li>Mother&apos;s Day has ancient Greek and Roman origins.In May they celebrated Rea, the goddess of fertility. </li></ul><ul><li>Mother&apos;s Day was founded in 1914 in the United States thanks to Anna M. Jarvis. After the death of her mother, Anna started sending letters to Ministers and Members of the Congress to celebrate a national holiday dedicated to all mothers. </li></ul>.
  • 3. The first Mother’s Day <ul><li>The first Mother&apos;s Day was celebrated in Grafton and the following year was on May 10, 1908 in Philadelphia thanks to Anna M. Jarvis. </li></ul>
  • 4. When you celebrate? <ul><li>On the second Sunday of May in Italy and all over the world children bring flowers, sweets and gifts to their mothers for Mother&apos;s Day . </li></ul>
  • 5. The symbols <ul><li>The symbols of this holiday are red colour, the heart and the rose representing love and beauty and love of children. </li></ul>Red
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