The spook-ridden and fog-infested land of Count Dracula's
birth is actually a beautiful countryside, filled with
wildflowers and wooded hills.
      Transylvania was part of the Kingdom of Hungary, then
Austria-Hungary. After World War I, a census was taken and the
majority of the population were found to be ethnic Romanians.
The Treaty of Trianon awarded the country or province of
Transylvania to Romania. It is a part of Romania to this day,
bitter contested between ethnic Romanians and ethnic Hungarians.