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Did you know that a fifteenth wedding anniversary is called a crystal anniversary?

 Did you know that a fifteenth wedding anniversary is called a crystal anniversary?


Over the ages, people have attributed many facts to numbers.

Numerology, superstition, important dates, and so many other things cling to various numbers, which in some cases gives them great significance!

Today let’s take a look at 15 fun facts about the number 15.

Because it was written by Shakespeare, it was actually “Beware the ides of March.”

What are the Ides, and what has this got to do with the number 15?

Well, the Ides are the last day of the second week in the Roman calendar.

In many months, this was actually the 13th day, but in March, it was the 15th.

This is because the Roman calendar actually had weeks of seven and eight days!

Famed Pop Artist Andy Warhol released an exhibition in 1968 at the Moderna Museet Gallery in Stockholm, Sweden.

While there, he was quoted saying, “In the future, everybody will be world-famous for fifteen minutes.

With the rise of social media platforms such as TikTok, this couldn’t be more true these days!

In its pure form, phosphorous is highly reactive, but not to worry, as it’s not actually found in this form on Earth.

It also belongs to the 15th group of the periodic table of elements known as pnictogens.

When people talk of something glowing, they often call it phosphorescent; even though, in most cases, it doesn’t actually involve phosphorous!

Many people celebrate wedding anniversaries, and some follow a guideline on how to celebrate it.

A one-year anniversary is a cotton anniversary, while a tenth anniversary is a tin anniversary.

Why the number fifteen is connected to crystal is anyone’s guess!


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