The story of Dracula was born, edited and partly based on South Eastern European culture. 'Dracula' novel was written by Bram Stoker, who spent several years researching South Eastern Europe's folklore, geography and stories about zburători (night-flying dead) and vampiri (vampires) and thus became addicted to the local mythology and especially to the word dracul. This word originates from the Romanian language, basically meaning 'the devil'. It is also frequently used as to define 'dragon'.
The fictional (made-up) character of Dracula is inspired from bloodthirsty ruler Vlad Țepeș that lived in Romania, Eastern Europe, between 1431 and 1476. His name was originally Vlad III, Prince of Wallachia and Transylvania - middle and southern parts of Romania. He was also known as Vlad III Drăculea, as nicknamed by his father.
Vlad Țepeș father's name was called Vlad II Dracul(no 'a' at the end), he was a member of a secret knight fraternity called The Order of the Dragon, protecting European freedom and Christianity from Turkish and Muslim invasions. As a son of Vlad Dracul, little Vlad Țepeș was nicknamed Drăculea, which in Romanian language translates 'the son of the devil'.
Vlad III Țepeș (Drăculea) is most famously known as 'Vlad the Impaler'. He was called so due to his preferred method of executing bad people, boyars and invaders (by leaving them die slowly, while impaled on sticks).
The beautiful book 'Dracula' is a nice fictive story, based on inspirational fantasy. Historians argue that Bram Stoker knew little of real historical character Vlad III Țepeș (Drăculea), except for his nickname. In his fictional book, Stoker includes no real details about Vlad's reign and does not mention his use of impalement.
Where did Dracula originate from?
Dracula relates to South-Eastern Europe, Romania. It was firstly a Romanian ruler to be called 'Drăculea' (Vlad III Țepeș of Transylvania and Wallachia). His bloody personality inspired Bram Stoker to write the book 'Dracula'. The book is based on inspirational fantasy and does not relate on true facts.
Count Dracula (who's namesake was based on Vlad III Dracula of Wallachia, Romania) originated from Bram Stoker's Dracula novel.
I believe you are thinking of TRANsylvania, a place in Europe and the supposed home of Dracula.
Bram Stoker's Dracula had the titular vampire originate in Transylvania, which is a region in present-day Romania.
7 films. Dracula, Dracula Price Of Darkness, Dracula Has Risen From The Grave, Tate The Blood of Dracula, The Satanic Rites Of Dracula, The Scars Of Dracula and Dracula 1972 AD He also did Lust Of A Vampire but not as Dracula.
Christopher Lee has played Dracula in 10 films as of 1976 according to IMDB 1. Dracula - Count Dracula - 1958 2. Dracula: Prince of Darkness - Dracula - 1966 3. Dracula Has Risen from the Grave - Dracula - 1968 4. Count Dracula - Count Dracula - 1970 5. Taste the Blood of Dracula - Dracula - 1970 6. One more Time - Dracula - 1970 7. Scars of Dracula - Dracula - 1970 8. Dracula A.D. 1972 - Count Dracula - 1972 9. The Satanic Rites of Dracula - Count Dracula - 1973 10. Dracula père et fils - Dracula père - 1976
Dracula was 'VLAD TEPES.' Vlad Dracul was the father of Dracula.
Count Dracula's last name is Dracula.
Abraham Van Helsing is a character from a novel called "Dracula". There are many film adaptations of this novel, some of them are: "Dracula", "Dracula's Daughter", "Count Dracula", "Dracula 2000", "Dracula 3000", "Van Helsing", "Dracula 3D".
Dracula had a wife, mother and father and two Dracula children.
The first Dracula film approved by author Bram Stoker's estate was "Dracula" (1931). Count Dracula was played by Bela Lugosi.
In Byrom Stoker's Book, Dracula is the antagonist who is a vampire. So, yes, Dracula is a vampire.
In the novel "Dracula" by Bram Stoker, Jonathan Harker slits Dracula's throat and Quincey Morris stabs Dracula's heart.
There is abundant folklore about Dracula but I have never heard of a person named Dracula Folklore.
The book Dracula by Bram Stoker. He invented Dracula and the legend behind him.
The Dracula of legend does not exist.
Dracula is from Transylvania, Romania
Unless you're some fairy worshipper, no. Dracula is NOT REAL. Unless, of course, you are talking about the guy Dracula was based on, Vlad Tepes Dracula.
dracula lived in transivania
The author of Dracula is Bram Stoker.