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Valentines Day - History

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Trabalho apresentado à Faculdade de Tecnologia Rubens Lara, como parte dos requisitos para a obtenção de nota no 3° ciclo de Sistemas para Internet.
Orientador: Prof. Eveline (Inglês)

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SLIDE 1 - Apresentation
> Valentine's Day

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SLIDE 2 - Date of the celebration
> Valentine's Day in UK is celebrated every year on 14 February, we Brazilians celebrated on 12 June.

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SLIDE 3 - Name of the celebration
> The day of romance we call Valentine’s Day is named for a Christian martyr and dates back to the 5th century, but has origins in the Roman holiday Lupercalia.

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SLIDE 4 - Countries where this special day is celebrated
> The Valentine's Day is celebrated in many countries around the world, although it is not a holiday in most of them.
> - UK
> - France
> - Japan
> - Finland
> - Saudi Arabia
> - Espanha
> - Greece
> - Latin America
> - Portugal

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SLIDE 5 - Why do they celebrate it?
> - The roots of Valentine's Day goes back to ancient times, when people paid honor to the Roman God of Fertility. This was known as the Feast of Lupercalia, and was celebrated even then on February 14th.

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SLIDE 6,7,8 - How do they celebrate it?
> - The traditions of Valentine's Day are broad and many.
> - It is a time to exchange cards or small gifts. Chocolates and jewelry are the big hits of this holiday as is romantic dinners.
> - Many a couple become engaged or wed on this day. For others it is a day to fall in love.

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SLIDE 9 - Did you know?
> - While 75% of chocolate purchases are made by women all year long, during the days and minutes before Valentine's Day, 75% of the chocolate purchases are made by men. Over $1billion of chocolate is purchased for Valentine's Day.

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SLIDE 10 - Do we have a similar celebration in Brazil?
> The Dia dos Namorados (lit. “Lovers’ Day”) is celebrated on 12 June, probably because that is the day before Saint Anthony’s day, known there as the marriage saint. The February Valentine’s Day is not celebrated at all because it falls to Brazilian Carnival (that can fall anywhere from early February to early March and lasts almost a week.).

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SLIDE 11 - Thank You
> **Thank You**
*"At the touch of Love every one becomes a poet."*
-Plato

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Valentines Day - History

  1. 1. Valentine’s Day Adam Requena Macias Flávia Carolina de Souza History and curiosities
  2. 2. Date of the celebration ♥ February 14th in UK. (Every Year)
  3. 3. Name of the celebration ♥ Christian martyr; ♥ Roman holiday Lupercalia.
  4. 4. Countries where this special day is celebrated ♥ UK ♥ France ♥ Japan ♥ Finland ♥ Saudi Arabia ♥ Spain ♥ Latin America ♥ Portugal ♥ Greece
  5. 5. Why do they celebrate it? ♥ The roots of Valentine’s Day goes back to ancient times, when people paid honor to the Roman God of Fertility. This was known as the Feast of Lupercalia, and was celebrated even then on February 14th.
  6. 6. How do they celebrate it? ♥ The traditions of Valentine’s Day are broad and many.
  7. 7. How do they celebrate it? ♥ It is a time to exchange cards or small gifts.
  8. 8. How do they celebrate it? ♥ Many a couple become engaged or wed on this day. For others it is a day to fall in love.
  9. 9. Did you know? ♥ While 75% of chocolate purchases are made by women all year long, during the days and minutes before Valentine’s Day, 75% of the chocolate purchases are made by men. Over $1billion of chocolate is purchased for Valentine’s Day.
  10. 10. Do we have a similar celebration in Brazil? ♥ Celebrated on 12 June, ♥ Saint Anthony’s day, known there as the marriage saint.
  11. 11. Thank You Love. “At the touch of Love every one becomes a poet.” - Plato

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