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More information: Pink usually accompanies red on Valentine's Day decoration, probably because of the former's widespread association with femininity.
More information: Some legends state that Saint Valentine suffered from epilepsy, while others say he cured other people stricken with this ailment. Either way he is officially one of its patron saints.
More information: Though some remains of St. Valentine rest at the Whitefriar Street Carmelite Church in Ireland, his skull is exhibited in the Basilica of Santa Maria in Rome, the capital of Italy.
More information: Valentine's Day is one of the most recognized and controversial holidays in the world, yet it is not officially celebrated anywhere!
More information: The Qixi Festival, which has been dubbed the "Chinese Valentine's Day", is held on the 7th day of the 7th lunar month, which has it occuring on 7 August in 2019.
More information: About half of the women surveyed said they would be so displeased with a lover not buying a Valentine's Day gift that they would terminate the relationship.
More information: Pennsylvania, home of the Hershey Company as well as Wilbur Chocolate, produces more chocolate than any other state.
More information: Verona, Italy is the setting of William Shakespeare's timeless "Romeo and Juliet" (1595), and to this day the city still receives thousands of Valentine's addressed to "Juliet"!
More information: Cupid is the Roman god of desire, attraction, affection and erotic love, thus making him the perfect candidate to represent Valentine's Day.
More information: This Valentine's Day, an average of 220,000 single Americans will muster up the heart to ask their significant other's hand in marriage!