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Where Does Santa Actually Live?

If you traveled to the North Pole, surely you’d find Santa, right?

Well, it seems that not everybody is in agreement when it comes to the dwelling of the man in red.

Many countries have different beliefs about Santa’s home, and with little proof available, it’s tough to say where he really lives.

In some countries, including the UK, Lapland is believed to be the home of Santa Claus.

In fact, it can be difficult to think of Lapland as being a real place, but rather a magical land full of elves, reindeer, and presents ready to be dropped down the chimney in December.

Lapland is located in the northern part of Finland in Rovaniemi, and the Finnish people are certainly not prepared to accept that Santa might live anywhere else.

Lapland is the perfect home for Santa Claus because it’s cold, full of snow, and oozes with Christmas cheer all year round.

Children and families are welcome to visit Santa in Lapland 365 days a year.

In North America, it is believed that Santa Claus lives in the North Pole.

This is not a new idea, and can be traced back to 1869, when George P. Webster wrote a poem about Santa.

In the poem, he writes that Santa’s home is ‘near the North Pole’.

There is also a city named ‘North Pole’ which can be found in Alaska, USA.

The biggest attraction is Santa Claus House, a large gift shop containing all things related to Christmas.

In recent years, more attractions and activities have been created as a result of families visiting what they believe is the home of Santa Claus.

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