Cetatea Poenari. Poenari Castle. Poenari Citadel.

Cetatea Poenari. Poenari Castle. Poenari Citadel.

Poenari Castle. The view from the tower as seen by Dracula's wife, Cneajna on June 18, 1462.

The view from the tower as seen by Dracula's wife, Cneajna on June

Cetatea Poenari. Poenari Citadel. Poenari Castle. Dracula refurbished this to be his home and fortress because of its very safe location.

Dracula refurbished this to be his home and fortress because of its very safe location.

Basarab. Founder of the dynasty to which Dracula belonged. Statue in Curtea de Arges.

Founder of the dynasty to which Dracula belonged. Statue in Curtea de Arges.

St Nicholas church, Curtea de Arges. Also called The Princely Church.

Also called The Princely Church.

Saint Nicoara Chruch, Curtea de Arges, which I erroneously referred to as St Pauls in the book.

Saint Nicoara Chruch, Curtea de Arges, which I erroneously referred to as St Pauls in the book.

Saint Nicoara Church. Dracula's Catholic Church in Curtea de Arges, Romania.

Dracula's Catholic Church in Curtea de Arges, Romania.

Mirs. Vaduva's view of the church in Curtea de Arges. St Nicoara Street.

Vaduva's view of the church in Curtea de Arges.

Poenari Castle. Store at bottom of stairs leading to Dracula's fortress.

Store at bottom of stairs leading to Dracula's fortress.

Poenari Fortress. Southern face.

Poenari Fortress. Southern face.

Saint Nicholas in Targ church. Also known as the Princely Church at Curtea de Arges, Romania.

Saint Nicholas in Targ church. Also known as the Princely Church at Curtea de Arges, Romania.

Pitesti - inside the Cornel Pub and Grill. This is the table that Gaston and Ionela sat at on their afternoon together.

Pitesti - inside the Cornel Pub and Grill. This is the table that Gaston and Ionela sat at on their afternoon together.

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