In the home of Santa Claus

In the small village of Verciano in December will see a small house is the home of Santa Claus who will host, by taking them on his knees, a multitude of children eager to see him in person and give him the letter. It's 'the seventh edition of the Christmas market "Foretaste the Christmas", much appreciated for the many stalls of handicrafts and typical local culinary specialties. Event organized by the Committee of Verciano 2013.


Copyright: Giovanni Russo
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Taken: 14/12/2013
Uploaded: 09/02/2014
Updated: 14/10/2014


Tags: comitato; pregustando; mercatino; natale; babbo; santa; claus; toys; home; weihnachtsmann; weihnachtsmarkt; christkindlmarkt; handicrafts; culinary
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