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Vidraru dam, Arges, Romania. Vidraru Dam was completed in 1966 on the Argeş River and creates Lake Vidraru. The arch dam was built with the primary purpose to produce hydroelectricity. It has become a popular site for bungee jumping. http://romaniasfriends.com

Vidraru dam, Arges, Romania. Vidraru Dam was completed in 1966 on the Argeş River and creates Lake Vidraru. The arch dam was built with the primary purpose to produce hydroelectricity. It has become a popular site for bungee jumping. http://romaniasfriends.com

Peles Castle, Romania

Peles Castle, Romania

Peleș Castle is a Neo-Renaissance castle in the Carpathian Mountains, near Sinaia, in Prahova County, Romania, on an existing medieval route linking Transylvania and Wallachia, built between 1873 and 1914.

Peleș Castle is a Neo-Renaissance castle in the Carpathian Mountains, near Sinaia, in Prahova County, Romania, on an existing medieval route linking Transylvania and Wallachia, built between 1873 and 1914.

Peles Castle - Romania

Peles Castle - Romania

Wood-carved spiral staircase in Peles Castle, Romania - @Mirabela L. Vasile TAKE ME HERE!

Wood-carved spiral staircase in Peles Castle, Romania - @Mirabela L. Vasile TAKE ME HERE!

Dracula's Castle, Transylvania, Romania

Dracula's Castle, Transylvania, Romania

Imagine rolling up in a carriage - Transylvania

Imagine rolling up in a carriage - Transylvania

The Huniad Castle is a Gothic-Renaissance castle in Hunedoara , present-day Romania. It has once belonged to Hunyadi dynasty has survived fire and neglect but was restored and renovated by modern architects in Gothic style. The castle is believed to be a prison of seven years for Vlad III of the Wallachian empire a.k.a Dracula.  Photo credit - Todor Bozhinov

The Huniad Castle is a Gothic-Renaissance castle in Hunedoara , present-day Romania. It has once belonged to Hunyadi dynasty has survived fire and neglect but was restored and renovated by modern architects in Gothic style. The castle is believed to be a prison of seven years for Vlad III of the Wallachian empire a.k.a Dracula. Photo credit - Todor Bozhinov

Bran (a.k.a. Dracula's Castle) in Transylvania was the 15th-century home of Prince Vlad Tepes. He punished invaders by piercing them with wooden stakes, earning the name 'Vlad the Impaler.'

Bran (a.k.a. Dracula's Castle) in Transylvania was the 15th-century home of Prince Vlad Tepes. He punished invaders by piercing them with wooden stakes, earning the name 'Vlad the Impaler.'

Vlad Tepes‘s castle - Romania

Vlad Tepes‘s castle - Romania