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Rovaniemi Santa Park
Finland

At 2 km from the village of Santa Claus in the depths of the hill Syvasenvaara is the most mysterious cave «Sanata Park» (Joulumaailma) - an amusement park full of surprises and attractions. In many rooms «Sanata Park» is the school Elf - Santa's helpers, the workshops for the production of cakes, toys, underground train, post office of Santa Claus and of course Santa Claus himself, with whom you can talk and be photographed. In the center of a huge hall, which can be seen in the panorama. In this room scene, which shows the performance.

«Sanata Park» was built in 1998.

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Copyright: Yan Yarman
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Resolution: 9000x4500
Taken: 02/01/2012
Uploaded: 07/02/2012
Actualizat: 17/10/2014
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Tags: rovaniemi; santa park; santa claus; cave; joulumaailma; syvasenvaara
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