It's Official: DIMMU BORGIR Is The Home Of SANTA CLAUS

Reuters has issued the following report:

Santa Claus may live in Iceland — at least if the efficiency of his helpers is a guide — in what may help the island's drive to win hearts and tourism from Arctic rivals claiming Santa and his reindeer.

Only Reykjavik replied when Reuters bureaus in all eight nations with Arctic territory wrote to Father Christmas or local gift bringers — ranging from Ded Moroz (Grandfather Frost) in Russia to Julenissen in Norway — asking: "Where do you live?"

"Let's all be good and kind to each other," he replied in Icelandic, with a link to which says "from time immemorial Santa Claus has lived at Dimmuborgir," a remote area of northern Iceland.

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(Thanks: Gonzo the Silenced / The Scene)


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