As you know, Carlson flew away but promised to return. Petersburgers were especially eager for this fat man in the prime of life, beloved by millions of children to appear. In the courtyard on the Fontanka Embankment, 50, a cozy mysterious little house with curtains and a lantern was built on one of the houses, as if Astrid Lindgren had come down from the pages of the book.
Carlson, as soon as he learned of such a warm reception, moved to St. Petersburg. To see and enjoy the humor and simplicity of the lover of sweet jam, you can in the children's puppet theater Karlsson Haus, on the roof of which stands the house of your favorite hero.