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The second edition of the UNTOLD Festival was magical. Re-live and enjoy the UNTOLD experience here! For tickets and details, visit: www.untold.com

The second edition of the UNTOLD Festival was magical. Re-live and enjoy the UNTOLD experience here! For tickets and details, visit: www.untold.com

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http://electriccastle.com

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If you've ever wanted to live like Dracula, now's your chance. Airbnb is running a contest where the winners will be flown to Romania to spend Halloween night in Castle Bran — aka Dracula's Castle. The winners will be taken to the castle in a horse-drawn carriage, given the same meal the Count gave to Jonathan Harker in Bram Stoker's novel, and even have the chance to sleep in velvet-lined coffins

If you've ever wanted to live like Dracula, now's your chance. Airbnb is running a contest where the winners will be flown to Romania to spend Halloween night in Castle Bran — aka Dracula's Castle. The winners will be taken to the castle in a horse-drawn carriage, given the same meal the Count gave to Jonathan Harker in Bram Stoker's novel, and even have the chance to sleep in velvet-lined coffins

Turda Salt Mine in Transylvania (Salina Turda)

Turda Salt Mine in Transylvania (Salina Turda)

Transylvania's Subterranean Theme Park Is Stunning | The Odyssey

Transylvania's Subterranean Theme Park Is Stunning | The Odyssey

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Salina-Turda-Museum4

salina turda salt mines turned subterranean history museum in turda, romania

salina turda salt mines turned subterranean history museum in turda, romania

Inside the old Salina Turda Salt Mines located in Transylvania, Romania, stands the world's largest salt mine museum. Originally established in the 17th century, the massive mines were formed completely by hand and machine rather than by using explosives. Visitors are invited to descend as far down as almost 400 feet into the Earth in order to witness the history of the trade.

Inside the old Salina Turda Salt Mines located in Transylvania, Romania, stands the world's largest salt mine museum. Originally established in the 17th century, the massive mines were formed completely by hand and machine rather than by using explosives. Visitors are invited to descend as far down as almost 400 feet into the Earth in order to witness the history of the trade.