I have a nice collection of maps, some are older and some are newer, but they all give me a sense of where Transylvania is.
Although most people are easily able to locate where Transylvania lies in modern Romania, they often find it harder to spot when I show them an older map.
Not everyone knows that Wallachia and Moldavia united to become Romania, and at that point all of the area was a part of the Ottoman Empire. People who have lived there know where Transylvania is, but even then when they look an older map, they might not know exactly where it is. They can find in the information in books.
where Bran Castle is in relation to the rest of Romania. The castle is a huge tourist attraction, and most people know that it is in Romania, but they don't realize it isn't in Transylvania but close to its historic borders.
wonderful place to go and visit. It is full of history and castles (Bran, Alba Iulia, and many others), but the maps show that Transylvania is a part of Europe, and it will always play a role there.
The maps below show Transylvania as a part of Romania, but also during the war and with the Northern part of Transylvania in Hungarian territory.
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