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Sighisoara Citadel, Romania – main street. Sighisoara Citadel was built in the 12th century. It is still inhabited. Sighisoara is the birth place of Vlad Tepes (or Dracula, as he became known thanks to Bram Stoker. The citadel is on the UNESCO Worlds Heritage Sites list. Although it attracts a lot of tourists, I believe it’s worth a half-day to one day visit, if you visit Transylvania Romania.
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Violeta writes for people who want to design, research and plan their own travel experiences. After two decades of working in advertising and marketing, she decided to pursue her two passions, to travel the world and to write about it. Since 2012, she authors and administrates a network of travel blogs.