Russians Ask Father Frost their wishes to come true

As New Year's — the country's biggest holiday — approaches, plenty of kids, and grown-ups, are writing letters to Father Frost, the Russian equivalent of Santa Claus, asking for their wishes to come true.

While children's letters include a variety of toys, adults are asking Father Frost to help solve their personal and financial issues.

This year, men are asking to help pay back their loans or a pay raise, while women dream of good husbands.

Father Frost's mailbox has received around 3,000 letters from Russians and residents of other countries so far.

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21.12.2015 | Admin