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TOP MEDICAL TOURISM IN ROMANIA. Bran Castle .

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TOP MEDICAL TOURISM IN ROMANIA. Bran Castle .

Situated between Bucegi and Piatra Craiului mountains, right where you enter in Rucar -Bran pass , we find out the famous Bran Castle.

The legend saying that the castle was the famous Count Dracula’s home is definitely the reason why so many tourists visit the charming castle. Storker’s story is based on the life of Vlad Tepes the Impaler ( 1431-1476) , a ruler revered by Romanians for standing up to the Ottoman Empire. The people nicknamed him Count Dracula because he used to sign with his father’s name “Dracul” which means “the Devil”.

This medieval building was built in the 14-th century with the military purpose. In 1920 , Queen Mary of Romania receives the construction from the authorities of Brasov as a gratitude sign for her contribution to the Great Union of 1918. Queen Mary turns the building into the fairytale castle as we know today. The mysterious and fascinating flavor of this construction is given by a lot of elements of medieval gothic architecture.

The castle’s visitors can also see ceramics exhibits , hunting trophies, vitange furniture, weapons and armours. Also , you can visit Queen Mary’s bedroom , King’s Ferdinand bedroom, the music saloon , the library  and  the castle terrace where you can admire a wonderful view over the beautiful surroundings.

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Posted by on January 12, 2013 in TRAVEL IN ROMANIA

 

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