The country of Romania has changed a lot in the last century. Romania became a nation in 1859. This new nation was a merging of the Principalities of Wallachia and Moldavia, and the Prince of the newly formed country was Alexander Cuza.
the Saxons and Hungarians). After World War I, there was a push for more rights for the Romanians who lived in Transylvania and also for the freedom of the Romanian Orthodox Church. There were other disputes and arguments, but for the most part, these disagreements remained peaceful.
Although Transylvania as a whole has not been part of any other country since that time, Northern Transylvania became a part of Hungary between 1940-1945, as a part of the Vienna Awards. Transylvania and Romania have, over the years, built a good economy which has helped much of the rest of Romania grow. One of the main sources of income is tourism based on Dracula and Bran Castle.
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