Cartagena – Brazil’s biggest city, which was once the home of the Brazilian Amazon, is now home to a new Santa Claus, and it’s worth a visit if you’ve never visited.
For decades, Brazilians have taken pride in their Santa Claus traditions, and for good reason.
The Santa Claus of the Amazon was the king of Christmas in the region, and his appearance is so iconic that the town of Cartagosa is named for him.
Cartagas Santa Claus is the epitome of a happy and kindhearted person, who is always smiling, helping, and making presents for children.
His appearance is also a popular way for the community to celebrate holidays.
While many people think Santa Claus’ appearance is the most important part of Santa’s character, the real story behind the Santa Claus character is not that simple.
The Santa Claus legend dates back to at least the 17th century.
In fact, it’s not clear if this legend even existed at all.
Many historians believe that this legend was invented by the Portuguese, who brought the idea to Brazil, but the origin of the name Santa Claus can only be traced back to a Portuguese explorer, Fernando de Santa.
In 1715, Pedro da Fonseca landed in Cartagalhos Amazonas, and he named his town after the saint.
In his account, the saint was a good man and helped those in need.
According to de Santa, the town was named for the god.
It is this name that is still widely used today in Brazil and has become a symbol of the region.
The story of Santa Claus became so popular that it was used in a variety of forms throughout the 20th century, including Santa cards and toys.
The name is still popular today, and the local residents even give their own versions of the tale.
Cartagas name for Santa is also one of the most common in the world.
The people who live here have come up with numerous variations on the name of the saint, and a couple of the popular ones include Santa Claus and Santa Maria.
In Cartagamos name, the first syllable is pronounced like a “C”, and the second syllable like a C, which is a combination of the words “cart” and “mer”.
Santa Maria is the only person who was baptized in Carta, and there are a number of different stories that have been told about his origin.
According the locals, Santa Maria was brought to Brazil by a young Portuguese woman named Nelly, and after her baptism, she became the Santa of Carta.
This story is said to have been based on an old Portuguese book that was translated into English in the 1960s.
According this story, a group of children, who were brought to Carta by Nelly and her brother, found Santa Maria and gave him a Christmas gift.
Santa Maria took the children back to the village, and then they gave him the Christmas gift, which included a bag of presents.
The story about Santa Maria’s arrival in Cartabos is still told to this day.
In one version, Santa Mio, a priest who is known for his gentle personality, arrives in Cartago to celebrate the new year.
He greets Santa Maria with a kiss on the cheek and then asks him to pray for him, telling him he is a good person and a good Santa.
The children thank him and leave.
After a while, Santa Marta, a man who is also known for being gentle, arrives to welcome Santa Maria back to Cartagayas village.
He tells Santa Maria that he is also very happy and that he wants to give him the gift of Christmas.
Santa Marta then gives Santa Maria a special gift.
He hands him a card that says “I Am Santa”.
The card says, “Santa Maria, you are a good saint.
You always give presents to children.
I am the first to give gifts to you.
Santa Martia, your gift is the gift that I will give to you.”
Santa Martas gift to Santa Maria is also said to be a Christmas tree, and several Cartagapas locals have painted Christmas lights on their homes.
Some even went so far as to make Santa Martas name the tree a “Santa Claus tree”.
The legend of Santa Marto, or Santa Maria as he is often called in Brazil, has a much more complicated history.
According in legend, Santa Mario is a child from the Amazon who was kidnapped by pirates and brought to the town, and when he was rescued, his parents killed all of the pirates.
After the pirate crew was killed, Santa mario, who was then named after the town’s saint, was sent to the other side of the river and was taken to a village where he lived for a long time.
Santa maro grew up to be the most famous man in the area, and people have said that his name means