|The land of Estonia is home to many historic excavations most significantly being the prehistoric developments related to ‘Bronze Age’ and early ‘Iron Age’. Estonian culture and art have been primarily influenced by pre-Christian mythology, which still well reflected in many traditional festivals of the nation. Like other countries, Valentine’s Day in Estonia, is celebrated on 14th of February every year with huge festivities happening at the major cities of Estonia. Valentine’s Day celebrations in Estonia, is a time to solemnize and pay honor to the great patron of love, St. Valentine, who stood against injustice meted out to the lovers.
Valentine’s Day traditions in Estonia is known as Sobrapaev, celebrated as a day dedicated to the wonderful observance of the relation of friendship, love and romance.
Weeks before the arrival of Valentine’s Day, hectic preparations are marked like decorating of storefronts, shopping malls and boulevards with colorful party ribbons, flowers and bright lights illuminated on the occasion. One of the major attractions of Valentine’s Day festival in Estonia is exchange of presents, flowers and greeting cards among friends and loved ones.
Major Valentine’s Day attractions in Estonia, includes extravagant live musical performances, folk dances and an evening of delicious multi cuisine, primarily held at the prominent hotels, restaurants and pubs of the capital city of Tallinn. Also great festivities are marked in places like Pikk street, Rataskaevu street and in the old towns of the capital city. So, with such festive activities, Valentine’s Day in Estonia, is truly a grand event.
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