Santa Claus Village - open every day of the year

Santa Claus Village - open every day of the year

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Santa Claus Village - open every day of the year

Limited Special Price Vtg INDIAN Motorcycle Leather Vest Mens Sz L Black Lined Made in Quick Delivery

Limited Special Price Vtg INDIAN Motorcycle Leather Vest Mens Sz L Black Lined Made in Quick Delivery

Limited Special Price Vtg INDIAN Motorcycle Leather Vest Mens Sz L Black Lined Made in Quick Delivery

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Item specifics

Condition:
Pre-owned
Seller Notes:
“Pre-owned -zipper and Snaps work - Vest does have Paint Spots and splatters . See photos for cosmetic Details.”
Size:
L
Color:
Black
Country/Region of Manufacture:
Canada
Department:
Men
Material:
Leather
Brand:
Indian Motorcycle
Visible Logo:
Indian












You can meet Santa Claus and cross the magical Arctic Circle every day at the Santa Claus Village in Rovaniemi in Lapland, Finland.

Santa Claus spends his time at Santa Claus Village every day of the year to take care of his mission in life; to enhance the well-being of children and the kindness of grown-ups, as well as spread the message of love and goodwill and the Christmas Spirit across the globe.

SANTA CLAUS VILLAGE & THE ARCTIC CIRCLE

You can meet Santa Claus and cross the magical Arctic Circle every day at Santa Claus Village in Rovaniemi in Lapland, Finland. Rovaniemi is the Official Hometown of Santa Claus in Lapland.

You can find many programme service companies, souvenir shops as well as Santa’s Main Post Office, and cafes and restaurants in Santa Claus Village. And of course, Santa is there too, in his chamber every day of the year.

Santa Claus Village is situated 8 km north of Rovaniemi towards Ivalo along highway 4. You can also easily reach the Arctic Circle by local bus number 8.