Serbian Santa Claus ignores deer
Source: Lyubov Ivanova
In Serbia, Santa Claus uses original means of transportation. The New Year's favorite of children in this Balkan country can be found, for example, on an ATV. It was in this original way that a whole group of cheerful "old men" used to come to the orphanage in Belgrade. The capital's bikers decided to please the kids on the eve of the New Year holidays. Dressed in red caftans and caps, with gray beards fluttering in the wind, Santa Claus arrived in a column at the shelter building to give New Year's gifts to its guests.
The fabulous Grandfather from Apatina also ignores the deer: on winter holidays, on the streets of this Danube town, you can find a bright sleigh pulled by a trio of ponies. Sitting in the cart, of course, is Santa Claus named Atila Homolka. This resident of Apatina owns a farm where he breeds mini horses. Homolka is the father of a large family, which he likes to please with pony rides. And on New Year's holidays, Attila turns into Santa Claus, harnesses her horses named Clara, Whirlwind and Lightning into a fabulous carriage and rushes along the Danube embankment, delighting children and adults.
But the Serbian mountain rescuers from Novi Sad distinguished themselves by the most original way of delivering gifts. It is not the first time they have amused the kids who are forced to celebrate the New Year in the city hospital. Holiday gifts are falling to children from the sky! Using climbing equipment, rescuers dressed as fairy-tale characters climb ropes to the roof of the building, and then the New Year's landing party descends to the windows of the hospital to hand toys and sweets to young patients.
Well, how can you not believe in miracles after that!
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