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The residence of Primorsky Santa Claus will open in Arsenyev in December

The residence of the seaside Santa Claus will be located in Arsenyev. The official opening of the sports and entertainment complex is scheduled for December 1. This was reported by the representative of the Primorsky regional center of folk culture, art historian Anastasia Krasnov. According to her, fairy-tale heroes will communicate year-round with guests and residents of the region.

“If we turn to Russian folk tales, we can recall how the Snow Maiden there jumps over the fire and turns into a cloud. Our heroes will also have their own legend, according to which the Snow Maiden will go down to the children from Cloud Mountain, and Santa Claus from Snow Mountain. Together they will host everyone in a cozy residence in Arsenyev, ”said Anastasia Krasnova.

One of the highlights of the residence of Santa Claus and his granddaughter will be an unusual environment, added the head of the methodological department of the PKTsK Ilya Fedorov.

“It was decided to abandon the traditional deer with sleds, three white horses or a snowman with a hare. Near the seaside Santa Claus you can see the spotted deer, the Far Eastern leopard and the Amur tiger. Presumably they will be life-size puppets ”,

"Those who wish can communicate with the seaside Father Frost not only live, but also by e-mail and regular mail. Already next month we will hold talks with the "Post of Russia" so that everyone could send a postcard to Santa Claus. Also in the near future the website of the residence will open, where you can send your letter, "Ilya Fyodorov added.

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