Children in Peru and all around the world can see Santa Claus’ journey tracked on the internet

Pamela Torres

Children can now see Santa Claus’ journey on the Internet and see him leaving presents all around the world thanks to a webpage created by Google and the Air Defense Command of the United States, which, since this Thursday, is following Santa’s path.

The agency that controls the North American air space (NORAD) installed a “Santa Tracker” in seven languages. This way one can see Santa’s and his reindeer’s’ actual location and their next stops. The map can be seen in www.noradsanta.org.

Furthermore, Google has allowed Santa’s fans to be able to track his sleigh through Google Earth. 3-D videos of the old man’s journey above emblematic cities like Sydney, are also available.

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