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Who was St. Nicholas? The true story of Santa Claus

When his parents died, he divided his fortune among the poor. Because of his generosity, tradition remembers him as Santa Claus, who every year would deliver gifts to everyone. He is also the patron saint of Russia, Greece and Turkey. In Rome, a temple was built in his honor by the year 550. There are currently over 2,000 churches in the world that carry his name. BR/AE RR HC -BN