Savukoski, Finland, November 01, 2019 --(PR.com
)-- If you ask Finns where Santa Claus comes from, they will say Korvatunturi, a fell in Lapland. Home to roaming herds of reindeer and often blanketed in snow, the Korvatunturi fell is believed by many Finns to be the site of Santa’s secret workshop. At one stage it was thought that Santa Claus lives in the North Pole. In 1925 it was discovered that there are no reindeer in the North Pole but there are lots of them in Lapland, in the northernmost part of Finland. So today we know that Santa Claus lives in Lapland's Korvatunturi which in Finnish means ”Ear Fell.” This fell is situated on Finland's eastern frontier in Savukoski's municipality. There are ten times more reindeer than people in Savukoski.
Christmas is the much awaited day of the year and people desire to spend this very dear festival with their family and friends. If there is a better way to surprise children and friends, it is through the letters from Santa himself from Lapland. Santa's Post Office is now open. There are several different Christmas Letters that customers can choose from. From Special Christmas Letters to Luxury Letters from Santa Claus and Self Written Letters to Self Written Luxury Santa Claus Letters there are great options to choose from.
For instance the premium package is the Luxury Letter from Santa Claus which can be personalized with the child’s or friend’s name handwritten and hand signed by Santa Claus. The theme of the Santa Claus Letter changes every year. The letters directly come from Santa’s workshop from Lapland with an original vintage Lapland envelope postmarked in Finland. The envelopes would also bear the Arctic Lapland’s Special Mark. A bonus bookmark gift from Lapland, Good Behavior Certificate with the Child’s name handwritten and hand-signed by Santa, Santa’s old map of the world with little tasks, a wooded Christmas ornament to colour etc. are all a part of the Luxury Letter.
Customers around the world can order Santa Letters in 15 languages: English, French, Italian, Polish, Spanish, German, Japanese, Chinese, Portuguese, Swedish, Danish, Estonian and Finnish. santapost.org
Customers must order the letters from Santa as soon as possible as the first batch of letters will leave Finland on the 7th of November 2019 and the last date for receiving orders is 9th December 2019. It is always better to order letters in advance so that they reach the recipients’ addresses on time. Santa’s post office is now officially open for the Christmas season 2019. Spread more love and joy this Christmas season.
To order Christmas Letters for children and friends visit website: santapost.org
Merry Christmas 2019, Santa Claus, Lapland