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Transylvania

November 12, 2007
by findingDulcinea Staff
Transylvania, the northern region of Romania in the Carpathian mountains, is popular in myth and lore—it’s Dracula’s hometown—but it’s also an affordable and picturesque tourist destination, with all the beauty of Russia or the western United States. The region has also thrived during many eras of architectural and artistic trends.

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