Transylvania is a region of western and central Romania. It is quite large, taking up about a third of the country. Despite its long history and rich culture, it is chiefly known in the West as the home of Dracula in the novel by Bram Stoker.
Transylvania is where Dracula supposedly lived.
Major towns include (German names given in brackets. The region was part of Austria-Hungary till 1918):
Sibiu was the European Capital of Culture 2007.
I have visited the region twice. Sibiu and perhaps even more, Sighisoara, are among the most beautiful old towns I have seen anywhere. A visit is highly recommended!
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Yes, Transylvania is a region in Romania.
Also Transylvania or sometimes Ardeal.
Transylvania is a Romanian province and Romania is an European country.
No, there isn't. Transylvania is a region in eastern Europe.
MaramureÅŸ, CriÅŸana and the so called Transylvania.
It's not very scary. It's a beautiful place. You can visit Transylvania if you want!
I took place in the area where this accrues was sighet, Transylvania
more real than transylvania
He was born in Transylvania (now called Romania).