So many people write about Vlad Tepes, and many more will. He is a large part of the myth and legend of Transylvania. He was born there, and he spend much of his life in this area.
One of the most famous images is this one:
But there are others, there are possibly as many people who want to see what Vlad The Impaler Tepes (the Impaler was the name which was given to him because of his preferred method of torturing and killing his enemies) looked like. Over time, however, Vlad Tepes was lost, and it was not until the novel Dracula was published and became popular that more images of Vlad Tepes were seen again.
Bram Stoker inadvertently worked wonders for Transylvania, and he created a character who would be based on a person whose most famous acts were close to being traitorous. He sided with the Kingdom Of Hungary and also with the Ottoman Empire. This lead to his imprisonment and exile.
Many, though, relate Vlad to Romania and Transylvania, and some of the images of Transylvania are related directly to Vlad. One image is Bran Castle, which is easily found on many maps of Transylvania. Images of Vlad Tepes are everywhere in Transylvania. This is one of the many ways that Vlad Tepes still makes money for Romania.
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