Are vampires from Romania?
A few notable vampires have come out of Romania, Transylvania, Hungary, and the general Balkan peninsula. But vampires can come from anywhere.
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A vampire is a blood thirsty creature, with usually great speed and strength. They have pale white skin, and different color eyes than humans. Ahhhhhhhh. Lol Like Edward Cu…llen :) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- nitewalker a vampire is a person with an abnormal thirst for blood or "life energy". if they have pale white skin it usually means they haven't fed in a while. also some have purpleish skin and its usually cold if ,as mentioned above, they haven't fed. there eyes do have some difference than humans eyes but not much. a usual thing that vampires have in common is a ring around there pupils. they don't have super speed like in the movies but some do have more speed than humans. they definitely have more stamina. Wweiscool11 a vampire is a person who needs blood to drink they don't have fangs like in the movies that are the vampaneze they use there really thick and sharp fingernails if a vampire goes 12 days with out feeding he or her will die .
Romania is in SE Europe.. Romania is in Eastern Central Europe. (45 with 45 degrees). Next to: Hungary, Ukraine, Moldova, Bulgaria, Serbia, Black Sea.. Romania is a medium s…ized country in Eastern/Central Europe.
You are a vampire because you have vampire blood and have either 1) been turned (like me) or 2) been born one because someone in your family is one.
Fortunately, we have not vampires in Romania !
Assuming vampires exist and have 'powers' as described in most legends, there are a couple differences between humans and vampires. Vampires are commonly told to have extremel…y quick reflexes, super speed, and enormous amounts of strengths. They are sometimes told with the ability to fly. It is a common fact that they cannot see their reflection in a mirror and have elongated canine teeth used for sucking blood. They hunt at night because the sun either kills them or weakens them, depending on who's telling the story. There are other minor variations based on author/believer and who you ask, but those are the more commonly accepted differences.
an undead creature who sucks blood (useually human blood).
You can't. Vampires do not exist. Some deluded individuals pretend to be vampires, but pretending is fantasy, and fantasy is not real.
anything he wants, jk, vampires don't exist
Vampire bats live in tropical regions. There are none in Romania.
It is only a legend form the novel of Bram Stoker.
Romania has a variety of things to do, so it depends on what youlike! There are large cities like Cluj, Timisoara, Iasi, Brasov andBucharest to explore. It is situated in the …Carpathian mountainswhich means that you can hike, ski, ice climb and pursue otheroutdoor activities. If you like the seaside, there are beaches onthe Black Sea. If castles are more your thing, there are a numberof them - my favorite is Hunedoara castle. There are a number ofhistorical sites, like pre-Roman ruins at Sarmizegetusa andmonasteries, most notably in the eastern Moldavia region. There arebeautiful well-preserved medieval towns in the Transylvania region,for instance Sibiu, Alba Iulia and Sighisoara. Agricultural andarchaic religious customs are still well preserved. Are well knownOrthodox and Catholic holidays, and harvest or harvest berries. Andof course, there are all sorts of yummy foods to eat like Sarmale(stuffed grape or cabbage leaves)!
No. A. Romania is not a city, it is a country. B. It is not a vampire COUNTRY as vampires are purely fictional characters which do not find their place in the REAL folklore. T…hey were introduced by force by people who do not properly understand this country's tradition and cultural heritage.
Answer 1 No. While there are numerous vampire legends in Romania there are no actual vampires there as vampires aren't real. . Answer 2 However there are such thing …as "clinical vampires". These are people suffering from a mental illness called Renfield's Syndrome (also known as Vampire Syndrome). This condition makes the individual display vampire-like behaviour, such as the desire to draw blood from another person via sucking their veins or arteries (not necessarily on the neck). Elizabeth BÃ¡thory and Vlad the Impaler are real people in history that are believed to have suffered from this condition. Vlad the Impaler was also the inspiration Bram Stoker used for his famous vampire story, Count Dracula. So, while vampires in the sense of creatures do not exist, vampiric behavior in the form of a mental condition does.
Perhaps in a zoo. Vampire bats are not indigenous to Romania.
Most of the time yes it depends on religion , peoria who were religious did not believe in vampires until later when vampire like incedents happened most likely human and anim…al attacks