Photo of the day: Father Frost in Siberia

A man dressed as Ded Moroz (Father Frost, Russian equivalent of Santa Claus), sits by the fire with a reindeer Yakut, marking winter solstice at the Royev Ruchey Park of Flora and Fauna in the Siberian Taiga wood in the suburbs of Krasnoyarsk (2,500 miles east from Moscow).

A man dressed as Ded Moroz (Father Frost, Russian equivalent of Santa Claus), sits by the fire with a reindeer Yakut, marking winter solstice at the Royev Ruchey Park of Flora and Fauna in the Siberian Taiga wood in the suburbs of Krasnoyarsk (2,500 miles east from Moscow).

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A man dressed as Ded Moroz (Father Frost, Russian equivalent of Santa Claus), sits by the fire with a reindeer Yakut, marking winter solstice at the Royev Ruchey Park of Flora and Fauna in the Siberian Taiga wood in the suburbs of Krasnoyarsk (2,500 miles east from Moscow).

A man dressed as Ded Moroz (Father Frost, Russian equivalent of Santa Claus), sits by the fire with a reindeer Yakut, marking winter solstice at the Royev Ruchey Park of Flora and Fauna in the Siberian Taiga wood in the suburbs of Krasnoyarsk (2,500 miles east from Moscow).

Read more: What is the difference between Ded Moroz and Santa?

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