Santa's giant sleigh and post box, Ilulissat, Greenland
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Big dreams need a big sleigh
For Christmas Day, we travelled 217 miles north of the Arctic Circle to Ilulissat, Greenland. It's the island's third-largest city, although almost anywhere else, it might be considered more of a small town - only 4,670 people live here. Until a few years ago, Ilulissat was the destination for highly important Christmas correspondence.
Thousands of letters sent to "Father Christmas, North Pole" from around the world ended up being rerouted to this giant post box. Today it has moved further north, to Uummannaq, ever closer to the home of Santa himself. If you're celebrating Christmas today, we hope you have a merry one.