Most people who know about Vlad Tepes Dracula are quick to point out that there was no real Count Dracula, and that Tepes himself was a prince of Wallachia. However, most people who know about Count Dracula associate one castle with this character.
This castle has become famous for this character, and yet, it was home to someone who changed the course of the Kingdom of Romania. She would possible find it somewhat humourous that her descendants wanted to make this castle, her castle into something which would make them some more money-- a tourist site for Dracula.
publishing a book on Transylvania interesting since most people do associate Dracula with Bran Castle. They even associate Romania with Dracula-- however at the time Transylvania was a part of the Empire of Austria.
Become a Follower of Things about Transylvania, and read In Search of The Lost Ones: The German Soldiers of Transylvania in the Second World War and Their Stories and on Kindle In Search of The Lost Ones: The German Soldiers of Transylvania in the Second World War and Their Stories you can also find it here and here