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This picture has been taken during a visit to one of the most beautiful rural areas out of my area, 6km about the Netherlands border, one hour before a thunderstorm.
Aardenburg a small city with a very nice history.

The tulip is the flower that is always good. Tulips are not too big, not too small, not too romantic, not too chic, not so sloppy.
Tulips symbolize true love, but of course this varies by color. See why the message of the articles below to find out the different tulips and learn the language tulips.

Red tulips are my favorite flowers, I know perhaps will you say again tulips but I love tulips.
Red tulips are most strongly associated with love, compared to other tulips. Giving red tulips is an expression of love and affection for others (in the romantic sense). Red tulips are a symbol of true love.
The color red is strong color that can be associated with warmth, love heat, but with fire and blood. As it is said, red is both Cupid and the Devil (two characters who are both associated with red), or you can use red on two sides.
The name tulip is derived from the Ottoman Empire. The Ottomans wore turbans with tulips on it. The name of the tulip was then distracted by the Europeans from the Persian word meaning turban meant. Moreover, the underlying meaning that which does not effect the tulip symbol stands for. The tulip symbolizes generally because perfect love. But the tulips are different colors, making it difficult for a general meaning to the tulip.

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