Bran Castle, Romania – also known as Dracula's Castle | 14 of the Most Amazing Fairy Tales Castles you should See in a Lifetime

Bran Castle, Romania – also known as Dracula's Castle 14 of the Most Amazing…

The magnificent Peles Castles, with its fairytale turrets and pointed towers rising above acres of green meadows sprinkled with haystacks, was built as a summer residence by Romania's longest serving monarch, King Carol I, who died and was buried here in 1914, just months after the castle�s completion.Peles Castle was the first castle in Europe to have central heating and electricity.

Beautiful Romania : Peleș Castle, Sinaia.

Voronet Monastery, Romania.

The Jerusalem of Romanian people, Bucovina is famous for its 8 unique painted monasteries admitted to the UNESCO list of universal art monuments

An old medieval street in Sighişoara © Gabriela Insuratelu, Shutterstock More

Old medieval street in Sighisoara citadel, Romania - buy this stock photo on Shutterstock & find other images.

Queen Maria of Yugoslavia with son Petar

Queen Maria of Yugoslavia (previously Princess Maria "Mignon" of Romania) with her son, Prince Peter of Yugoslavia.

Princess Marie Alexandra Victoria of Edinburgh,Queen of Romania.29 October 1875-18 July 1938.Daughter of Prince Alfred Ernest Albert,Duke of Edinburgh & Grand Duchess Maria Alexanderovna of Russia.Married Albert Meinrad,Ferdinand l of Romania (1865-1927) on 10 Januaryb1893.Queen Consort of Romania.Issues:Carol (1893-1953).Elizabeth (1894-1956).Marie (1900-1961).Nicholas (1903-1978).Ileana (1909-1991).Mircea (1913-1916) *Granddaughter of Queen Victoria

Königin Marie von Rumänien, Queen of Romania, née Princess of Edingburgh by A.

Old City, Bucharest, Romania

Romania Travel Inspiration - Stavropoleos Street, Bucharest Old town , Romania. Walking through the city, you will understand why Bucharest used to be called Little Paris.

Sisters in mourning for King Ferdinand of Romania, from left: Her Royal Highness The Princess of Hohenlohe-Langenburg; HM Queen Marie of Romania; Her Royal Highness Princess Alfonso de Orleans y Borbón; Her Imperial Highness Grand Duchess Viktoria Feodorovna of Russia, 1927

“The Edinburgh sisters after the funeral of King Ferdinand I of Romania, husband of Queen Marie of Romania (pictured centre). To her left is Princess Alexandra of Hohenlohe-Langenburg;

Princess Helen of Romania, nee of Greece, with her only child, Prince Michael, later the last King of Romania.

The last surviving monarch from the Interbellum and the oldest of only three surviving heads of state from World War II Michael I of Romania as a child with his mother Helen of Greece and Denmark.