Check out this article about Romania lovely Steph wrote based on some questions she asked me! It’s really good! 😀
Oh Romania! Setting for Bram Stockers majestically famous Dracula. The archetypal vampire Count Dracula, created by Bram Stoker, was inspired by the Romanian prince Vlad Tepes, also known as Vlad the Impaler because he was rather fond of impaling his enemies and standing them along the roads. Sounds like a swell guy!
But there is so much more to Romania then Vlad Tepes and spooky vampire castles. Brascov the capital of Ramonia is also home to The Black Church which has the largest organ in Europe, with 4000 tubes. You can also find in Brascov the largest Gothic church between Vienna, Austria and Istanbul, Turkey. And also worth mentioning is that Romania is the worlds ninth largest wine producer.
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