Why Does Santa Live at the North Pole?

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Tradition has it that Santa lives at the North Pole because it is isolated. He lives there with a large number of magical elves, as well as nine flying reindeer. Santa also known as father Christmas is a figure with well-known, legendary, historical and folkloric beginnings who, in many western cultures, is said to bring presents to the homes of well behaved children during Christmas Eve.
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