South Pole City


We know the Christmas Capital of the world resides in the Arctic at North Pole City. However, did you know Santa Claus has a base of operations located at the South Pole? Naturally, it is called South Pole City despite merely being a small settlement of Elves and enchanted animals. It is technically a territory of North Pole City rather than its own sovereign city nation. Despite not being apart of the Antarctic Treaty of 1959 Santa is there legally in secret. This is because he seriously predates said treaty by several centuries. The Antarctic Christmas base was established in 1374. Many centuries before Captain James Cook of Great Britain discovered the continent in 1773. Ancient advanced lost civilizations discovered the South Pole long before this but Santa is the only one still alive with the oldest claim. Technically he is the discoverer of Antarctica in our known recorded history! He could theoretically say he owns Antarctica and declare the Antarctic Treaty null and void!🎅

The Bridge Between The North Pole And The South Pole

After interviewing Santa Claus he told us that 164 years after building his Christmas community at the North Pole something odd happened. A paranormal portal spontaneously formed and naturally, Santa walked through it. He instantly found himself at the South Pole. He had previous knowledge of the Antarctic due to being a Demi-Angel in contact with Angels along with the Winter God Jack Frost as well. Santa had flown there a handful of times in the past as he loved the wildlife including the precious penguins and seals. The portal proved to be permanent so that’s when Santa decided to bring animals across to live at the North Pole. Before that, he only had one pet penguin who was abandoned. With the animals given the freedom to return to the South Pole at any time he didn’t hesitate to let them frolic about his sainted city. The first thing he did was enchant a group of penguins who became the infamous Marching Penguins Of North Pole City.🐧 Read The Rest Here…

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