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High School "Amazonas"Name: Luis PillajoCourse: 2do AMothers day

Mothers dayOrigin The Mother's Day is celebrated in some countries like the United States, Chile, Germany, Venezuela, Ecuador, Puerto Rico, Colombia, Italy and Japan, every second Sunday in May, and is a festival that seeks to honor the mothers of the world.

The history of this festival dates back to ancient Greece, where they surrendered honors Rea, the mother of Poseidon, Hades and Zeus gods. On the other hand catholics transformed these celebrations to honor the Virgin Mary, the mother of Jesus (December 8).

Later, in the United States, President Woodrow Wilson declared in 1914, the Mother's Day as the second Sunday in May in the United States. That was gestated the International Day of the mother after finding was echoed in other countries that adopted it to be the celebration known today.

Mothers day in EcuadorMother's Day in Ecuador is held every year on the second Sunday in May, and its closest celebration next May 8 2016.En this day was created to pay homage to that special woman and valuable in our lives, which helps us every day without expecting anything in return and always giving all her love.On this day, the mothers of Ecuador should be overwhelmed with caring for their families and especially their children, it will be more rewarding to know that their children love it.

Mothers day in Spain One of the favorite holidays of Spain is Mother's Day. Mothers have been the center of a celebration or another for thousands of years, but this modern celebration is an invention of the twentieth century. In Spain is celebrated on the first Sunday of May and it is on this day when everyone pays tribute to mothers can also receive a gift or two of their children.How times have changed there has also been a change of concept on this day. Mother's Day today is heavily influenced by events in the United States in the same way that happened with Father's Day. The first celebration of Mother's Day in the US It dates back to 1908, when Anna Jarvis held a memorial for his mother. She began her mission to work for the establishment of a Mother's Day in 1905 and was finally able to see the fruits of their work in 1910, when some states finally recognized that day. Finally, in 1914, President Woodrow Wilson signed a proclamation declaring the second Sunday in May would be a national holiday.