|Love is nothing but ‘Two souls and one thought, two hearts and one pulse’ which sets man free in the true sense of the term. Although love has a varied expression in different language yet there is one universal day to celebrate love; to express the deep emotion for each other whilst feeling the aura of romance. |
It is typically on the Valentine's Day on the 14th day of February every year people from dissimilar culture, from varied creed and from diverse religions ideally express their feeling of love to complement with the brilliance of the date.The romantic saga of the history of the Valentine's Day unfolds the fact that it is in the ancient Greece, Valentine's Day first made its presence felt as a particular date to celebrate the sacred marriage of Zeus and Hera.
Quite ideally, therefore, Valentine Day in Greece is the time to celebrate the occasion of love and romance; the ideal juncture of feting the richness and romance.
Bulgaria, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Albania and the Northern part of Turkey ideally frames Greece as the most vibrant country with sheer innate beauty. The intense romance of the country, the rich Greek heritage and the colossal dignity of Greece offers a classical dimension to the celebration of Valentine Day in Greece, which is the time to forget and forgive; to share and care and the time of togetherness and closeness. The quixotic brilliance of the legendary mischief of cupid in piercing the lover’s heart with his arrow of love finds an eloquent utterance in the gleam and glamour of the celebration of Valentine Day in Greece. Rose, essence, Cadburys, wines and foods laces the Valentine day in Greece and are the ideal elements for coifing the ultimate setting to express those unspoken words amidst the natural luster of the date.
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