7 Unusual Valentine’s Day Traditions from Around the World

Denmark

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In Denmark, snowdrop flowers rather than roses are the classic gift. Lovers — especially young ones — often exchange romantic or funny poems, too.

China

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Chinese Valentine’s Day is also known as the Qixi Festival, and falls on the seventh day of the seventh lunar month. On this day, young girls pay a visit to their local temple to pray for wisdom and other traditional talents of a good spouse. They make wishes for a happy love life and pray to meet a good and loving husband.

Germany

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In Germany, big, heart-shaped cookies decorated with loving words are a popular Valentine’s Day gift. Some even have a ribbon attached so they can be worn like a necklace!

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