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Things to Do in Sighisoara, Romania A World Heritage Site

It’s here that you’ll find the birthplace of Vlad Dracula, the real man behind the myth, as well as historic sites like the Sighisoara Clock Tower and the Church on the Hill. It’s worth experiencing both views; however, since a view from the clock tower includes the church, and a view from the church includes the clock tower. The reason the building is called Casa Vlad Dracul is that it was literally owned by Vlad Dracul, father of the famous Dracula (Dracul meaning “The Dragon” and Dracula meaning “Son of the Dragon”). If you’d like to learn more about the man who inspired the Dracula legend, you can stop at the nearby ‘Dracula Investigation,’ which takes you through the story of Vlad Tepes (Vlad the Impaler) and separates the facts from the myths.

Famous Archaeological Sites In Macedonia For History Buffs

B.C. Located at the confluence of the rivers Crna and Vardar, Stobi is one of Macedonia’s most famous archaeological sites. Stobi was first mentioned in 197 B.C. in an ancient script referring to the victory that Phillip V’s troops achieved against the Dardanians but the oldest-discovered artifacts found on the site date back to the 7th century B.C. The site features the remnants of an ancient town that dates back to the early Roman era and numerous artifacts that date back to as early as the 13th century Bargala is a Byzantine fortified town located 12 kilometers east of the Stip city that dates back to the 4th century A.D. when this site was used as a Roman military camp.

12 Recommended Day Trips From Belgrade, Serbia

Serbia is not that big a country, and you can get pretty much anywhere in the country from Belgrade within just a few hours’ drive. Serbia’s oldest national park should be among your first options if you want to leave the busy city behind and get back to nature. Serbia’s second-largest city, Novi Sad, lies near Fruška Gora National Park and is one of the country’s most livable cities. This is another excellent destination for day trips from Belgrade, particularly if you’re after a combination of local history, architecture, wine, and a great place to pick up a bottle of wine or two to take home!

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