How Christmas is celebrated in the world’s most remote regions

WASHINGTON — More than two billion people celebrate Christmas, and even in some of the most remote and loneliest corners of the world, holiday cheer finds a way.

Here’s a look at how Christmas is being celebrated on some of the most far-flung and oft-forgotten regions, from desolate islands to the frozen wilderness.

Thanks to some coordinated efforts with U.S. Coast Guard Air Station Kodiak, Santa and his elves have made some rounds through six remote Alaskan communities in the annual #SantatotheVillages program. 🎅🏻🎁

Posted by U.S. Coast Guard on Wednesday, December 19, 2018
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