St. Dwynwen's Day History
St. Dwynwen's Day is a celebration of the Welsh patron saint of lovers. According to history, she fell in love with Maelon but was forbidden to marry him. God then gave her three wishes and in return for fulfilling the wishes, Dwynwen devoted herself to God's service.
St. Dwynwen's Day is celebrated annually on January 25. It is the equivalent of Valentine's Day in Wales.
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