Many people associate Romania with Transylvania and the legend of Dracula, but the country offers a wealth of other attractions, including an imposing landscape of forests, medieval churches, fortified Saxon churches, fairy-tale castles and rural villages – all divided by the commanding Carpathian Mountains and Transylvanian Alps.
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