Vlad Tepes III was a prince of Wallachia, a principality that neighboured Transylvania. He was born in a small Transylvanian city Sighişoara. A monument there tells tourists about his place of birth.
Braşov count among them. (Incidentally, Braşov is close to Bran Castle.) The Saxons suffered many punishments because of him, although accounts vary regarding the number of people killed on Vlad's orders. The most common means of execution was by being impaled with a stake.
This has not led to a great "reinterpretation" of Vlad's reputation by many people in the Western part of Europe or in North America. They still perceive him as Vlad the Impaler, or even as Count Dracula. Romanian sources describe Vlad Tepes more positively. Perhaps this is because Wallachia was one of the two areas that united to become the Princedom of Romania.
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