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In case you got a few of the questions wrong and you’re wondering what the answers were, all is revealed below!
Question 1. Which language had no word for “love” until the 19th century?
Question 2. Which Italian city receives about 1,000 letters every Valentine’s Day, addressed to Juliet?
Question 3. On Valentine’s Day in the US, 90% of their flowers are imported from which two countries?
Question 4. Which two countries traditionally don’t celebrate Valentine’s Day?
Question 5. In which city could you expect to pay $487 for a single red rose?
Question 6. Which King declared 14th February to be the holiday of St. Valentine’s Day?
Answer: King Henry VII of England
Question 7. Like the Taj Mahal, which of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World was a gift of love from a King to his Queen?
Answer: The Hanging Gardens of Babylon
Question 8. The following words a) Agape b) Lufu mean or meant “love” in which languages?
Answer: Greek & Old English
Question 9. Which country celebrates their Valentine’s Day on January 25th after their patron saint of lovers, St Dwynwen?
Question 10. Who abolished St Valentine’s Day, along with Hogmany and Halloween as he thought that they were too frivolous and irreligious holidays?
Answer: Oliver Cromwell
Question 11. Who was the Greek goddess of love?
Question 12. In Middle English, what does the word “Valentine” actually mean?