Answer: 12th June
Valentine's Day is held on 12th June in Brazil as it is the eve of Saint Anthony's Day, a revered figure who died on 13th June, 1231 in Italy.
Answer: Red Roses
As you could have probably guessed, Venus had an affinity for red roses.
The New England Confectionary Company or NECCO had originated and were the primary producers of these candies. However as of late 2018 they have officially been out of business.
Although most people could probably guess that Cupid's mother is Venus, the goddess of love, they may (or may not) be surprised to find out that Mars (Ares), the god of war, is generally considered to be his dad.
Answer: Mother's Day
A fourth of all flower and plant purchases for the year are made during Mother's Day.
Valentine's Day in Japan is traditionally celebrated by women buying dark chocolate for males. These treats have different appellations for platonic associates as opposed to romantic interests, with many of them going to male coworkers.
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.
The Islamabad High Court of Pakistan also put a ban on all media broadcasts related to Valentine's Day.
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.
Answer: Friends Day
On 14 February, the Finnish celebrate Ystävänpäivä or "Friends Day", which is designed to recognize all of a person's friends.