Is Santa Claus Real?

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Unfortunately, no Santa Claus is not real. Santa Claus is a legend that originated in the early 1800's. Santa Claus is an inspiration from a devout Christian named Sinterklass. Sinterklass would bring gifts and money to women who were too poor to be married.
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Santa Claus is a fictional character who is based on a real person, St. Nicholas
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