Ded Moroz


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Ded Moroz

personification of winter; “Grandfather Frost.” [Russ. Folklore: Misc.]
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In America, he is also known as Kris Kringle and around the world he has many different names, including Pere Noel in France, Babbo Natale in Italy, Saxta Baba (Frozen Dad) in Azerbaijan and Ded Moroz (GrandpaFrost) in Russia.
According to data collected from Posts known to handle mail for Santa and other popular holiday figures - from the Three Wise Men and Saint Nicholas to Ded Moroz, the mythical character is expected to receive more than seven million letters this year.
The monument was painted in red and white, with the name "Dyado Mraz" (the Bulgarian version of Russia's Ded Moroz a a character playing a role similar to that of Santa Claus) written underneath it.
Damascus, (SANA) -- A Russian delegation from President Putin Youth Organization shared sons of Syrian Arab Army martyrs celebration on Christmas at Commission of Sons of Martyrs' Schools, where six young men wore Ded Moroz costume (the Russian Santa Claus).
Father Frost, or Ded Moroz is a fictional character who in some Slavic cultures plays a role similar to Santa Claus.
The main holiday when children receive presents is New Year and Ded Moroz brings it.
Britain's Santa Claus is to meet colleagues such as Russia's Ded Moroz, or Father Frost, Finland's Yelloupokki, France's Perre Noel and the German Weihnachtsmann.
The statue of Dimitar Blagoev was painted in red and white, with the name aDyado Mraza (the Bulgarian version of Russiaas Ded Moroz a a character playing a role similar to that of Santa Claus) written underneath it.
He was caught with a Bulgarian ID card under the name "Nikolov" but is known to be using foreign passports with names such as Saint Nicholas, Santa Claus, Father Christmas, Kris Kringle, Sinterklaas, Ded Moroz, among others.