In a remote corner of Carpathian Mountains in Romania, the tale of Count Dracula played out. The legend of the count dates back to the 15th century, and is based on Prince Vlad Tepes (Vlad, the Impaler) or Vlad Dracula (Vlad, son of the Dragon), a ruthless defender of Christianity. The Count is best known for routing an army of 20,000 attacking Ottomans, and impaling them, rectum to sternum, in surrounding forests. In this bastion of gothic architecture it is possible to retrace the journey of Bram Stoker's vampire hunter, Jonathan Harker, along the Bargau Pass and up to Dracula's infamous Bran Castle. Aiea High School | Anchorage | Artesia Manor | Banff Springs Hotel | Brissac Castle, Loire Valley | Camp Chase | Casey Moores Oyster House | Croke-Patterson-Campbell Mansion | Dauphine House | Dragsholm Slot | Farnsworth House | Hotel Vendome | Kabul | Khufus's Pyramid | Maroussi Cemetery | Montego Bay | Moscow's Underground | New South Wales | Reykjavik | Santa Maria Inn | Stickney Mansion | SW Florida International Airport | The Stevenson House | The Water Tower |
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