High above Santa City, North Pole in the mountains. See Santa City in the middle of the picture?
Photo of the North Pole! You pass under the North Pole as you arrive in Santa City. The sign on the North Pole says "Merry Christmas".
The Head Elf's old elf hut. The elves lived in elf huts until Santa had some fancy new Christmas buildings built.
Dancer Drive, one of the streets at the North Pole. It has lots of elf huts on it.
Christmas Crescent! The Clauses old house has the reindeer hitching posts out front.
Elf huts on Santa's Helper Hwy have porches and the big Ice Slide is right at their back doors! The elves living here get to work fast!
The North Pole is so magical that the lamp posts grow their own tinsel! It's a Winter Wonderland here!
After what Santa's Helpers like to call "The Big Behaving Boom", Santa had to get a lot more elves and buildings because there were so many good girls and boys.
New buildings at Polar Bear Bay. This was quite a swanky place for elves to live (especially since the elves new to the North Pole were used to just living in trees and things before!).
The newest buildings at the North Pole, on Elfin Way. The more mature, sophisticated elves tend to live here. You know, the ones that only like those fancy imported marshmallows in their hot chocolate!
If you think the elves have neat houses here at the North Pole, make sure you swing by the Clauses new house!
See photographs from the North Pole: Photos from the North Pole
Take a virtual tour of Santa and Mrs. Claus' house: Pictures of Santa and Mrs. Claus' house
Peek in on the elves at Santa's Workshop: Photographs of the Elves at Santa's Workshop
A photo tour of the Reindeer Barn: See photos of the Reindeer Barn
Look at images of Santa Claus in Christmas Parades: Watch Christmas Parades with Santa Claus
View pix from Santa's summer vacation: See pics of Santa's summer holidays
See Santa going down the chimney: Pictures of Santa going down the chimney
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