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Let’s Know How Spain Celebrate Valentine Day

Let’s Know How Spain Celebrate Valentine Day

Love is in the air definitely.  That’s why Shop windows are decorated with hearts in all shades of red and pink; bars and cafes are getting creative with Valentine-themed offerings; and many events are organized throughout the Globe. But in this article, we are going to discover Spain.  Actually Spain is that certain regions have their own versions of the holiday, usually celebrated with great fanfare and peculiar traditions. Let’s find out.

Books and Roses in Catalonia

In Barcelona and the whole Catalonia, couples rejoice their love on April 23, when the nation celebrates St. George’s Day or La Diada de Sant Jordi – Catalonia’s national day. This public holiday is also known as El Dia de la Rosa (The Day of the Rose) or El Dia del Llibre (The Day of the Book), and the main event is the exchange of gifts, usually roses and books, hence the Catalan saying “A rose for love and a book forever”.As expected, during this time of year, a myriad of stalls selling roses and books are set up all over the region; public squares are brought to life by all sorts of performers; and most of the book stores and cafes organize readings.

Spain’s Carnival Season

On February 14th, Spain’s carnival season is in full swing, so why not make the most of it with a trip to the Canary Islands, Cadiz, or Sitges, where the country’s most spectacular festivities take place. Expect colorful street parades, unique processions, fireworks, and lots of good times.

Valencia’s Day of Saint Dionysius

For people from Valencia, the most romantic day of the year is the 9th of October, when they celebrate both the Day of the Valencian Community as well as the Day of Saint Dionysius (Sant Dionís), locally known as the patron saint of lovers. This is a public holiday marked by many festivities and colorful costume parades held in the main plaza of every town and village.

Teddy Day : टेडी डे पर दें पार्टनर को अपने हाथों से बना क्यूट टेडी

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