Santa Clauses from 14 regions of our country will come to Moscow on January 5 as part of the Journey to Christmas festival. Within three days, residents and guests of the capital will be able to see them in parks, subway cars and even on the Ferris wheel at VDNKh

Photo: Agency for the Development of Regional Tourism of the Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug

Press Service of the Moscow Mayor’s Office reported that it will be possible to personally greet the keepers of winter traditions at several venues in the capital at once. In the tourist information center of Zaryadye Park, Grandfathers will offer their guests a New Year’s quiz, which is dedicated to the main customs of the upcoming holiday. The Moscow Seasons School will host a master class for children, and VDNKh will host an ice show and a Ferris wheel ride. It is noted that as part of the festival, a New Year’s car will run in the Moscow metro, where you can also see Santa Claus.

At a meeting with Santa Claus, guests and residents of Moscow will learn how the New Year is celebrated in Kabardino-Balkaria, North Ossetia, the Republic of Sakha and other regions of our country. They will get acquainted with the customs and traditions, as well as the origin and their own symbols of Santa Clauses from different parts of Russia.

For children who cannot see Santa Claus in person, Russian Post organized each branch has a special mailbox for letters to Grandfather. In order for the letter of desire to definitely go to the right address, you need to write on the envelope: 162390, Russia, Volgograd region, the city of Veliky Ustyug, the House of Santa Claus.

Formerly online edition “Teacher’s newspaper” toldwhere to write a letter to Santa Claus in order to get an exact answer. In Russia, Santa Claus has more than ten residences, but the largest one is in Veliky Ustyug. You can send both a regular letter and an email there.