A map of Transylvania... through its history. Welcome to all who are new, and regulars to this blog. Enjoy and feel free to join in the commenting. These are some of the maps I've found over the years, and that I thought are really interesting. It gives a bit of history to Transylvania.
Transylvania in Hungary. This is a neat map since it shows the name in both German and the name we know it as. This is of course important to historians since it shows that there is a different culture of people who live there. These include: Hungarian, Romanians, Germans and many others.
Another map this time showing the outline of the main principalities of Romania. Again this is an older map but it has some great details.
After the end of World War, One this is how Romania looked, on the left you can see Transylvania. Surrounding it are the smaller areas of the Banat, and Crisana. both of these places are culturally different from Transylvania, but are as important to the area as Transylvania. it is important to note that Trnayslvania would not have been a part of Romania except for one Queen of Romania.
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