Who Is St Nick?

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Saint Nicholas is commonly known as Santa Claus, born in the third century in the village of Patara (formerly Greece, now on Turkey's southern coast). Nicholas became known through the land for his generosity to the needy, his love for children, and his concern for ships and sailors. He dedicated his life to God's service and was made Bishop of Myra while still young.
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Santa Claus
Birthplace: The North Pole
Santa Claus is the magical figure who delivers toys to children around the world each year on Christmas Eve. According to legend, Santa lives at the North Pole and oversees a toy workshop run by busy elves.
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