They answer in various languages and also in braille, and each letter has a special Santa postmark.
The tradition began when postal workers in 1984 received two letters addressed to Santa in Himmelpfort, which means “heaven’s gate.”
Not wanting to send them back “recipient unknown” they answered.
All letters received between Thursday and Dec. 15 will be personally answered and returned before Christmas.
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