Finnish Santa Claus – Joulupukki – November 14, arrived from Helsinki to Ekaterinburg in the framework of its annual world tour. Also during his stay in Russia he intends to visit Chelyabinsk and Moscow.
Joulupukki appeared before greeted him at the international airport Koltsovo journalists with a small bell in her hand, asked them to sing a Christmas song and explained that while his reindeer are resting, you have to use the plane, reports the portal 66.ru.
Fabulous grandfather flew with the airline Finnair, which since 1983 is its official carrier. “Here is a little colder than in Finland, – quotes its TASS. – Scheduled a lot of meetings, including with the Ural Santa Claus. Most likely, we will be discussing charity.”
From the airport Joulupukki went to the hotel to sleep. Later that day he congratulates the children’s home in the Small Source, and in the evening will visit the “Park tales”, where you will walk, entertain the kids and be photographed with everyone.
Also in the framework of the business part of the trip the Finnish father frost will congratulate the representatives of the administration of Yekaterinburg and its German counterpart, which, in Germany, depending on the tradition called Weinachtsmann (father Christmas), Saint Nicholas or Christkind. He will arrive on the Ural from Germany at the invitation of the German Consulate. A type of the Holy Nikolaus is St. Nicholas.
Joulupukki is his first visit to Yekaterinburg, Chelyabinsk and Moscow, said the representative of Finnair in the capital of the Sverdlovsk region Yaroslav Belyaev. According to her, the main objectives of the visit are the exchange of cultural ties between Russia and Finland and the development of tourism. Last year, the Finnish Santa visited Kazan.
Also in early December 2015, Joulupukki, and Russian Ded Moroz has held a meeting on the border of Russia and Finland. Unlike our single Grandfather, whose visits are traditionally accompanied by his granddaughter Snegurochka, Joulupukki married, but the annual Christmas tour of commits alone.
Traditionally, Joulupukki lives in Lapland, and in the team, being the dwarves, who for years sitting in Kaikoura (“Echo Caves”), and listen, how to lead children all over the world. Before Christmas gnomes dismantle the Christmas mail, help prepare and pack the gifts that Joulupukki gives children.
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