Ms Rotterdam in the Norwegian fjords.
Ladies, take the plunge!
In America, they call the first Saturday of November Sadie Hawkins Day - a day when women can turn tradition on its head and pop the question. In Ireland and Britain, for women fed up waiting for that romantic proposal, there is the 29 February, also called St Bridget's Complaint. This refers to a tradition believed to have started in 5th century Ireland when St Bridget complained to St Patrick about women having to wait for a man to propose. According to legend, St Patrick said women could propose on this one day in February during the leap year.
Well, we don't need a man to tell us when we can ask our reluctant partners to marry us, but if you do want to get down on bended knee, here are a few choice places...