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Post Boxes for Letters to Ded Moroz to Appear in Russia
14.12.2011 12:10
Post Boxes for Letters to Ded Moroz to Appear in Russia

Special post boxes accepting only letters to Ded Moroz (Russian Santa Claus) will appear in Moscow.

      Two boxes will be placed in every park to allow children and adults to post their letters to their beloved character. Now children can send their wish lists to Ded Moroz and adults are expected to suggest ideas for parks' improvement. It is going to become a kind of poll for visitors.

      In addition, on December 24 Christmas lights will be switched on in all capital parks. And on New Year's Day parks will become places for celebration with concerts, ice skating and unusual flash mobs.  

      Source: Metro. Image courtesy:

Author: Natalia Semicheva

Tags: Russian Winter Moscow Ded Moroz Moscow parks  

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