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    Saint Valentine is the patron saint of people in love. In many countries 14 February (the date he is supposed to have been killed in the year 269 AD) is the day of romance.

    Brazilian designer Cicero Moraes has used human remains, thought to be that of the saint, to reconstruct Valentine’s face with the help of computer graphics.

    The remains are kept at Saint George’s Church in the city of Moselice, in the Padua Province of Italy.

    View the original article: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-43056345

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