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If you go to the border of Romania and Serbia, you will come face to face with this massive bust of the Roman-slaying King Decebalus carved into a rock face. It was commissioned by the businessman Iosif Constantin Dragan and it took ten years, from 1994 to 2004, for 12 sculptors to finish it. Mr. Chapple says that an inscription at the foot of the image reads: & # 39; King Decebalus -Made By Dragan. & # 39; The sculpture is 141 meters high and 104ft wide, making it larger than the Statue of Liberty of New York and the monument of Christ the Redeemer in Rio de Janeiro

Romania may be Dracula's home base, but the country will certainly not horrify you, as these incredible drone photos show.

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They were taken by Radio Free Europe's Amos Chapple photographer from New Zealand during a recent road trip through the Southeast European country. His images reveal old fortified churches, charming towns and rugged mountains – a landscape that looks like it comes directly from a fairy tale.

Of course, the cameraman paid a visit to Bran Castle in Transylvania – the medieval structure on which Bram Stoker based Dracula's castle – but there were no bats or vampires in sight.

Describing how he went about navigating Romania, Mr. Chapple MailOnline Travel told: “I was driving a rental car – it's a huge country and the roads were often rough, so it took a huge amount of time behind the wheel. I rarely had time to check in to a hotel or stop for a meal, so I just slept in the back seat of my rental car and survived on gas station popcorn and Red Bull. & # 39;

The photographer says his favorite image is one of a gigantic rock structure surrounded by forests in eastern Transylvania. He said it was a & # 39; staggeringly photogenic & # 39; and & # 39; unique & # 39; place and that the setting sun gave perfect light.

Scroll down and take a breathtaking flight over Romania, thanks to Mr Chapple's drone-flying adventure …

If you go to the border of Romania and Serbia, you will come face to face with this massive bust of the Roman-slaying King Decebalus carved into a rock face. It was commissioned by the businessman Iosif Constantin Dragan and it took ten years, from 1994 to 2004, for 12 sculptors to finish it. Mr. Chapple says that an inscription at the foot of the image reads: & # 39; King Decebalus -Made By Dragan. & # 39; The sculpture is 141 meters high and 104ft wide, making it larger than the Statue of Liberty of New York and the monument of Christ the Redeemer in Rio de Janeiro

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If you go to the border of Romania and Serbia, you will come face to face with this massive bust of the Roman-slaying King Decebalus carved into a rock face. It was commissioned by the businessman Iosif Constantin Dragan and it took ten years, from 1994 to 2004, for 12 sculptors to finish it. Mr. Chapple says that an inscription at the foot of the image reads: & # 39; King Decebalus -Made By Dragan. & # 39; The sculpture is 141 meters high and 104ft wide, making it larger than the Statue of Liberty of New York and the monument of Christ the Redeemer in Rio de Janeiro

Chapple ventured to the village of Rogoz in the mountainous region of northern Transylvania to get this drone shot from the Church of the Holy Archangels. The photographer says that the region has an age-old tradition of building the witch-like wooden churches, but two-thirds of the old wooden structures have been lost, much to fire & # 39;

Chapple ventured to the village of Rogoz in the mountainous region of northern Transylvania to get this drone shot from the Church of the Holy Archangels. The photographer says that the region has an age-old tradition of building the witch-like wooden churches, but two-thirds of the old wooden structures have been lost, much to fire & # 39;

Chapple ventured to the village of Rogoz in the mountainous region of northern Transylvania to get this drone shot from the Church of the Holy Archangels. The photographer says that the region has an age-old tradition of building the witch-like wooden churches, but two-thirds of the old wooden structures have been lost, much to fire & # 39;

A look at the & # 39; lonely stone & # 39; in the mountainous Harghita district in eastern Transylvania. A hut can be seen at the foot of the rock structure

A look at the & # 39; lonely stone & # 39; in the mountainous Harghita district in eastern Transylvania. A hut can be seen at the foot of the rock structure

A representation of the & # 39; lonely stone & # 39; in the mountainous Harghita district in eastern Transylvania. A hut can be seen at the foot of the rock structure

The star-shaped fort of Alba Iulia in the western part of Romania. The citadel, designed by the Italian architect Giovanni Morando Visconti, was built between 1716 and 1735 under the Austrian Habsburg monarchy

The star-shaped fort of Alba Iulia in the western part of Romania. The citadel, designed by the Italian architect Giovanni Morando Visconti, was built between 1716 and 1735 under the Austrian Habsburg monarchy

The star-shaped fort of Alba Iulia in the western part of Romania. The citadel, designed by the Italian architect Giovanni Morando Visconti, was built between 1716 and 1735 under the Austrian Habsburg monarchy

The thick-walled fortified church in the village of Harman is one of the 25 UNESCO world heritage sites in Romania. The original structure dates from the 13th century
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The thick-walled fortified church in the village of Harman is one of the 25 UNESCO world heritage sites in Romania. The original structure dates from the 13th century

The thick-walled fortified church in the village of Harman is one of the 25 UNESCO world heritage sites in Romania. The original structure dates from the 13th century

Surrounded by the tops of the southern Carpathians and home to a mix of Gothic, Baroque and Renaissance architecture, Brasov is one of the most visited places in Romania. The city is home to one of the narrowest streets in Europe. The Rope Street (Strada Sforii) is four feet wide and was initially used as an access road by firefighters

Surrounded by the tops of the southern Carpathians and home to a mix of Gothic, Baroque and Renaissance architecture, Brasov is one of the most visited places in Romania. The city is home to one of the narrowest streets in Europe. The Rope Street (Strada Sforii) is four feet wide and was initially used as an access road by firefighters

Surrounded by the tops of the southern Carpathians and home to a mix of Gothic, Baroque and Renaissance architecture, Brasov is one of the most visited places in Romania. The city is home to one of the narrowest streets in Europe. The Rope Street (Strada Sforii) is four feet wide and was initially used as an access road by firefighters

The 18th-century circular village of Charlottenburg was built at the end of 1700 by Germanic settlers. The manager of a website dedicated to the village told Mr. Chapple that the round village is unusual because everything else in the region was & # 39; designed & # 39; in the late Baroque style of the Habsburg empire in which & # 39; everything was planned, mainly in rectangles and squares & # 39;

The 18th-century circular village of Charlottenburg was built at the end of 1700 by Germanic settlers. The manager of a website dedicated to the village told Mr. Chapple that the round village is unusual because everything else in the region was & # 39; designed & # 39; in the late Baroque style of the Habsburg empire in which & # 39; everything was planned, mainly in rectangles and squares & # 39;

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The 18th-century circular village of Charlottenburg was built at the end of 1700 by Germanic settlers. The manager of a website dedicated to the village told Mr. Chapple that the round village is unusual because everything else in the region was & # 39; designed & # 39; in the late Baroque style of the Habsburg empire in which & # 39; everything was planned, mainly in rectangles and squares & # 39;

The wooden church of Surdesti in northern Romania was until recently considered the highest wooden structure in Europe, with a spire that extends 236 feet in the air.

The wooden church of Surdesti in northern Romania was until recently considered the highest wooden structure in Europe, with a spire that extends 236 feet in the air.

The wooden church of Surdesti in northern Romania was until recently considered the highest wooden structure in Europe, with a spire that extends 236 feet in the air. It was built in 1724 as a Greek Catholic place of worship. Mr. Chapple says the high spire has been reportedly added & # 39; in the hope that the prayers of the congregation will reach heaven more easily & # 39;

Chapple used his drone to take this snow-covered photo of Bran Castle in Transylvania. He notes that the home & # 39; once mis-promoted by the Romanian Communist regime as the home of Vlad III Dracula, a Romanian king notorious for planting forests of impaled Turkish soldiers as a warning for the invasion of Ottomans & # 39 ;

Chapple used his drone to take this snow-covered photo of Bran Castle in Transylvania. He notes that the home & # 39; once mis-promoted by the Romanian Communist regime as the home of Vlad III Dracula, a Romanian king notorious for planting forests of impaled Turkish soldiers as a warning for the invasion of Ottomans & # 39 ;

Chapple used his drone to take this snow-covered photo of Bran Castle in Transylvania. He notes that the home & # 39; once mis-promoted by the Romanian Communist regime as the home of Vlad III Dracula, a Romanian king notorious for planting forests of impaled Turkish soldiers as a warning for the invasion of Ottomans & # 39 ;

The traffic is buzzing around the Triumphal Arch in Bucharest. The monument was built in 1878 after Romania gained its independence and fought with Russia to defeat the Ottomans. In the beginning it was a modest construction made of wood. It was replaced after WWI in 1922 by a new design of reinforced concrete clad with granite
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The traffic is buzzing around the Triumphal Arch in Bucharest. The monument was built in 1878 after Romania gained its independence and fought with Russia to defeat the Ottomans. In the beginning it was a modest construction made of wood. It was replaced after WWI in 1922 by a new design of reinforced concrete clad with granite

The traffic is buzzing around the Triumphal Arch in Bucharest. The monument was built in 1878 after Romania gained its independence and fought with Russia to defeat the Ottomans. In the beginning it was a modest construction made of wood. It was replaced after WWI in 1922 by a new design of reinforced concrete clad with granite

The star-shaped Arad fortress is a solid enrichment system that was built in the 18th century on the left bank of the Mureø River. It was built by order of the Habsburg empress Maria Theresia

The star-shaped Arad fortress is a solid enrichment system that was built in the 18th century on the left bank of the Mureø River. It was built by order of the Habsburg empress Maria Theresia

The star-shaped fortress of Arad is a solid enrichment system that was built in the 18th century on the left bank of the Mureş River. It was built by order of the Habsburg empress Maria Theresia

The Palace of the Parliament in central Bucharest bathed in pink light. The mammoth structure, completed in 1997 and measuring 276 feet high, was ordered by communist dictator Nicolae Ceau¿escu. He was overthrown and executed in 1989 with his wife

The Palace of the Parliament in central Bucharest bathed in pink light. The mammoth structure, completed in 1997 and measuring 276 feet high, was ordered by communist dictator Nicolae Ceau¿escu. He was overthrown and executed in 1989 with his wife

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The Palace of the Parliament in central Bucharest bathed in pink light. The mammoth structure, completed in 1997 and measuring 276 feet high, was ordered by communist dictator Nicolae Ceauşescu. He was overthrown and executed in 1989 with his wife

The colorful medieval city of Sighisoara is home to cobbled streets and ornate churches. It is the birthplace of Vlad Dracula, also known as Vlad the Spietser, ruler of the province of Walachia from 1456 to 1462. He served as inspiration for the fictional creation of Bram Stoker, Count Dracula

The colorful medieval city of Sighisoara is home to cobbled streets and ornate churches. It is the birthplace of Vlad Dracula, also known as Vlad the Spietser, ruler of the province of Walachia from 1456 to 1462. He served as inspiration for the fictional creation of Bram Stoker, Count Dracula

The colorful medieval city of Sighisoara is home to cobbled streets and ornate churches. It is the birthplace of Vlad Dracula, also known as Vlad the Spietser, ruler of the province of Walachia from 1456 to 1462. He served as inspiration for the fictional creation of Bram Stoker, Count Dracula

Chapple hovered his drone just above the Anghel Saligny bridge and the Danube river during a journey between the cities of Constanta and Bucharest. With a span of 2.6 kilometers (1.6 miles), the railway bridge, named after its creator, was Europe & # 39; s longest when it was opened in 1895

Chapple hovered his drone just above the Anghel Saligny bridge and the Danube river during a journey between the cities of Constanta and Bucharest. With a span of 2.6 kilometers (1.6 miles), the railway bridge, named after its creator, was Europe & # 39; s longest when it was opened in 1895

Chapple hovered his drone just above the Anghel Saligny bridge and the Danube river during a journey between the cities of Constanta and Bucharest. With a span of 2.6 kilometers (1.6 miles), the railway bridge, named after its creator, was Europe & # 39; s longest when it was opened in 1895

Mr. Chapple says that strong churches, such as those in the northern village of Axente Sever, were largely built to protect & # 39; Christian villagers from repeated Turkish invasions in Transylvania that began in the 1300s & # 39;

Mr. Chapple says that strong churches, such as those in the northern village of Axente Sever, were largely built to protect & # 39; Christian villagers from repeated Turkish invasions in Transylvania that began in the 1300s & # 39;

Mr. Chapple says that strong churches, such as those in the northern village of Axente Sever, were largely built to protect & # 39; Christian villagers from repeated Turkish invasions in Transylvania that began in the 1300s & # 39;

The sun shines a golden light on Bran Castle, which lies on top of a 200 meter high rock. The structure was first officially documented in 1377

The sun shines a golden light on Bran Castle, which lies on top of a 200 meter high rock. The structure was first officially documented in 1377

The sun shines a golden light on Bran Castle, which lies on top of a 200 meter high rock. The structure was first officially documented in 1377

While Dracula author Bram Stoker had never been to Romania, he apparently based the castle in his 1897 novel on a description of Bran Castle (photo) he encountered

While Dracula author Bram Stoker had never been to Romania, he apparently based the castle in his 1897 novel on a description of Bran Castle (photo) he encountered

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While Dracula author Bram Stoker had never been to Romania, he apparently based the castle in his 1897 novel on a description of Bran Castle (photo) he encountered

Chapple flew with his drone over this winding mountain road near Brasov, nestled in the southern Carpathians - also known as the Transylvanian Alps.¿ Two trucks can be seen on the steep path

Chapple flew with his drone over this winding mountain road near Brasov, nestled in the southern Carpathians - also known as the Transylvanian Alps.¿ Two trucks can be seen on the steep path

Chapple flew with his drone over this winding mountain road near Brasov, nestled in the southern Carpathians – also known as the Transylvanian Alps – Two trucks can be seen on the steep path

Mr. Chapple notes that the annual bill for heating and lighting for the Palace of the Parliament building in Bucharest reportedly cost around $ 6 million (£ 4.7 million) in the 2000s

Mr. Chapple notes that the annual bill for heating and lighting for the Palace of the Parliament building in Bucharest reportedly cost around $ 6 million (£ 4.7 million) in the 2000s

Mr. Chapple notes that the annual bill for heating and lighting for the Palace of the Parliament building in Bucharest reportedly cost around $ 6 million (£ 4.7 million) in the 2000s

A fortified church in the village of Brateiu, located in the province of Sibiu. The neighboring village of Buzd has a similar structure and there is a cemetery that dates from the 4th century
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A fortified church in the village of Brateiu, located in the province of Sibiu. The neighboring village of Buzd has a similar structure and there is a cemetery that dates from the 4th century

A fortified church in the village of Brateiu, located in the province of Sibiu. The neighboring village of Buzd has a similar structure and there is a cemetery that dates from the 4th century

An isolated chapel is located in the middle of a field near the small medieval town of Carei

An isolated chapel is located in the middle of a field near the small medieval town of Carei

An isolated chapel is located in the middle of a field near the small medieval town of Carei

A shot of mount Tampa with the city lights from Brasov below. The panoramic Communist era restaurant can be seen at the top of the hill. The eatery can be reached by cable car, where visitors flocked to admire the view

A shot of mount Tampa with the city lights from Brasov below. The panoramic Communist era restaurant can be seen at the top of the hill. The eatery can be reached by cable car, where visitors flocked to admire the view

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A shot of mount Tampa with the city lights from Brasov below. The panoramic Communist era restaurant can be seen at the top of the hill. The eatery can be reached by cable car, where visitors flocked to admire the view

A view of the Constanta Casino on the Black Sea coast, illuminated in a shaft of the evening sun. Mr. Chapple said about the building: & # 39; the Art Nouveau masterpiece was bombed and broken in both world wars before it was used to display communist propaganda. Today the casino remains empty, with arguments about how it can best be restored & # 39;

A view of the Constanta Casino on the Black Sea coast, illuminated in a shaft of the evening sun. Mr. Chapple said about the building: & # 39; the Art Nouveau masterpiece was bombed and broken in both world wars before it was used to display communist propaganda. Today the casino remains empty, with arguments about how it can best be restored & # 39;

A view of the Constanta Casino on the Black Sea coast, illuminated in a shaft of the evening sun. Mr. Chapple said about the building: & # 39; the Art Nouveau masterpiece was bombed and broken in both world wars before it was used to display communist propaganda. Today the casino remains empty, with arguments about how it can best be restored & # 39;

Colorful crops form a patchwork quilt around a highway that runs to the city of Brasov

Colorful crops form a patchwork quilt around a highway that runs to the city of Brasov

Colorful crops form a patchwork quilt around a highway that runs to the city of Brasov

A spooky shot of the Doftana prison. Chapple reveals that Ceausescu was imprisoned here for two years for & # 39; communist activities & # 39; in the thirties, & # 39; long before it came up and fell disgracefully & # 39; .¿ The prison, also called the & # 39; Named Romanian Bastille & # 39; was converted under a museum into museum Ceausescu & # 39; s rule, but it is now abandoned

A spooky shot of the Doftana prison. Chapple reveals that Ceausescu was imprisoned here for two years for & # 39; communist activities & # 39; in the thirties, & # 39; long before it came up and fell disgracefully & # 39; .¿ The prison, also called the & # 39; Named Romanian Bastille & # 39; was converted under a museum into museum Ceausescu & # 39; s rule, but it is now abandoned

A spooky shot of the Doftana prison. Chapple reveals that Ceausescu was imprisoned here for two years for & # 39; communist activities & # 39; in the 1930s, & # 39; long before it came up and fell disgracefully. & # 39; The prison, sometimes also the & # 39; Romanian Bastille & # 39; , was under a Ceausescu & # 39; s rule, but it is now abandoned

A shot of Hermes, the Greek god of commerce, travel and theft, dancing on the corner of a building from 1909 in the western city of Timisoara with sparkling street lights underneath

A shot of Hermes, the Greek god of commerce, travel and theft, dancing on the corner of a building from 1909 in the western city of Timisoara with sparkling street lights underneath

A shot of Hermes, the Greek god of commerce, travel and theft, dancing on the corner of a building from 1909 in the western city of Timisoara with sparkling street lights underneath

A bird's eye view of the abandoned Great Synagogue in Constanta, the oldest continuously inhabited city in Romania, which lies on the shores of the Black Sea. Mr. Chapple says that Jews & # 39; en masse in the country & # 39; were murdered after the Kingdom of Romania had joined forces with Nazi Germany. He adds that the Jewish population of Romania has fallen further under communism

A bird's eye view of the abandoned Great Synagogue in Constanta, the oldest continuously inhabited city in Romania, which lies on the shores of the Black Sea. Mr. Chapple says that Jews & # 39; en masse in the country & # 39; were murdered after the Kingdom of Romania had joined forces with Nazi Germany. He adds that the Jewish population of Romania has fallen further under communism

A bird's eye view of the abandoned Great Synagogue in Constanta, the oldest continuously inhabited city in Romania, which lies on the shores of the Black Sea. Mr. Chapple says that Jews & # 39; en masse in the country & # 39; were murdered after the Kingdom of Romania had joined forces with Nazi Germany. He adds that the Jewish population of Romania has fallen further under communism

An aerial view of the Caldarusani monastery, located about 30 kilometers from Bucharest on a peninsula that flows into a lake. The large building is surrounded by a variety of trees

An aerial view of the Caldarusani monastery, located about 30 kilometers from Bucharest on a peninsula that flows into a lake. The large building is surrounded by a variety of trees

An aerial view of the Caldarusani monastery, located about 30 kilometers from Bucharest on a peninsula that flows into a lake. The large building is surrounded by a variety of trees

Farmers ride a horse and cart through fields near the town of Miercurea Ciuc. Chapple notes: & # 39; Almost a third of Romanians currently work in agriculture, but the technology-driven industry has fueled much of the rapid economic growth in the country & # 39;

Farmers ride a horse and cart through fields near the town of Miercurea Ciuc. Chapple notes: & # 39; Almost a third of Romanians currently work in agriculture, but the technology-driven industry has fueled much of the rapid economic growth in the country & # 39;

Farmers ride a horse and cart through fields near the town of Miercurea Ciuc. Chapple notes: & # 39; Almost a third of Romanians currently work in agriculture, but the technology-driven industry has fueled much of the rapid economic growth in the country & # 39;

Sheep come together near a remote farm in the northwestern region of Maramures, dominated by a landscape of mountains and rolling valleys

Sheep come together near a remote farm in the northwestern region of Maramures, dominated by a landscape of mountains and rolling valleys

Sheep come together near a remote farm in the northwestern region of Maramures, dominated by a landscape of mountains and rolling valleys

Yellow pants worn with goatskin lead a herd of sheep to the pasture next to the Albesti river, a tributary of the Black Sea and located in the far east of Romania

Yellow pants worn with goatskin lead a herd of sheep to the pasture next to the Albesti river, a tributary of the Black Sea and located in the far east of Romania

Yellow pants worn with goatskin lead a herd of sheep to the pasture next to the Albesti river, a tributary of the Black Sea and located in the far east of Romania

A lifelike image of Jesus on a wooded hilltop that overlooks the southwestern city of Anina

A lifelike image of Jesus on a wooded hilltop that overlooks the southwestern city of Anina

A lifelike image of Jesus on a wooded hilltop that overlooks the southwestern city of Anina

An elevated view of the fortified church in the village of Biertan, in the center of Romania, under a layer of snow. Three rows of 35 meter high defensive walls surround the church. It proved impossible to conquer during the Middle Ages

An elevated view of the fortified church in the village of Biertan, in the center of Romania, under a layer of snow. Three rows of 35 meter high defensive walls surround the church. It proved impossible to conquer during the Middle Ages

An elevated view of the fortified church in the village of Biertan, in the center of Romania, under a layer of snow. Three rows of 35 meter high defensive walls surround the church. It proved impossible to conquer during the Middle Ages

Peles Castle, located in the south-central province of Prahova, was commissioned by King Carol I in 1873 and completed in 1883. Today it is considered one of the most beautiful castles in Europe. Mr. Chapple noted that the unique style of the property was partly due to the international construction team, which consisted of employees from more than ten countries

Peles Castle, located in the south-central province of Prahova, was commissioned by King Carol I in 1873 and completed in 1883. Today it is considered one of the most beautiful castles in Europe. Mr. Chapple noted that the unique style of the property was partly due to the international construction team, which consisted of employees from more than ten countries

Peles Castle, located in the south-central province of Prahova, was commissioned by King Carol I in 1873 and completed in 1883. Today it is considered one of the most beautiful castles in Europe. Mr. Chapple noted that the unique style of the property was partly due to the international construction team, which consisted of employees from more than ten countries

Morning mist clears up in the hills around Rasnov. The city is famous for its historic fortress, as seen above on the left, first mentioned in an official document in 1331. It has recently been restored to its former glory and visitors are welcome to explore the impressive remains

Morning mist clears up in the hills around Rasnov. The city is famous for its historic fortress, as seen above on the left, first mentioned in an official document in 1331. It has recently been restored to its former glory and visitors are welcome to explore the impressive remains

Morning mist clears up in the hills around Rasnov. The city is famous for its historic fortress, as seen above on the left, first mentioned in an official document in 1331. It has recently been restored to its former glory and visitors are welcome to explore the impressive remains

The fortified church in Netus after a sprinkling of snow. The small village is located in the municipality of Iacobeni in the north of Romania

The fortified church in Netus after a sprinkling of snow. The small village is located in the municipality of Iacobeni in the north of Romania

The fortified church in Netus after a sprinkling of snow. The small village is located in the municipality of Iacobeni in the north of Romania

Chapple traveled to the coast of Romania to capture this ghostly shot of a rusting ship that was sitting in shallow blue water

Chapple traveled to the coast of Romania to capture this ghostly shot of a rusting ship that was sitting in shallow blue water

Chapple traveled to the coast of Romania to capture this ghostly shot of a rusting ship that was sitting in shallow blue water

An impressive view of Corvin Castle in Transylvania. The grand medieval complex was built in the 14th century, the most famous property of the Romanian ruler Iancu of Hunedoara. Highlights include a lavish knight's hall, an impressive drawbridge, a chapel and some 50 rooms that sparkle with medieval art

An impressive view of Corvin Castle in Transylvania. The grand medieval complex was built in the 14th century, the most famous property of the Romanian ruler Iancu of Hunedoara. Hoogtepunten zijn onder meer een weelderige ridderzaal, een indrukwekkende ophaalbrug, een kapel en een 50-tal kamers die schitteren met middeleeuwse kunst

Een indrukwekkend uitzicht op Corvin Castle in Transylvania. Het grootse middeleeuwse complex werd gebouwd in de 14e eeuw, het meest beroemde eigendom van de Roemeense heerser Iancu van Hunedoara. Hoogtepunten zijn onder meer een weelderige ridderzaal, een indrukwekkende ophaalbrug, een kapel en een 50-tal kamers die schitteren met middeleeuwse kunst

Een ridder staat trots bovenop een van de torenspitsen van Corvin Castle. Chapple zegt dat de gotische woning wordt begunstigd door 'bovennatuurlijke onderzoekers'. Echter, na een aantal avonden in het kasteel te hebben doorgebracht in 2007, besliste een Britse filmploeg zijn spooktocht 'niet overtuigend'

Een ridder staat trots bovenop een van de torenspitsen van Corvin Castle. Chapple zegt dat de gotische woning wordt begunstigd door 'bovennatuurlijke onderzoekers'. Echter, na een aantal avonden in het kasteel te hebben doorgebracht in 2007, besliste een Britse filmploeg zijn spooktocht 'niet overtuigend'

Een ridder staat trots bovenop een van de torenspitsen van Corvin Castle. Chapple zegt dat de gotische woning wordt begunstigd door 'bovennatuurlijke onderzoekers'. Echter, na een aantal avonden in het kasteel te hebben doorgebracht in 2007, besliste een Britse filmploeg zijn spooktocht 'niet overtuigend'

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