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Re: Whitby - North Yorkshire Coastal Town

Marilyn Jones ·
I haven't been to Whitby in years...thank yu for the memories!
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Re: Whitby - North Yorkshire Coastal Town

Amateuremigrant ·
Camping on the pig farm beyond the abbey in the sixties �� But loved it. A fine wee nugget of a port town that never seems to lose its charm - there's no room, unlike sprawling cousins of Scarboro, Brid and Filey
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Re: Where Gumbo Was #12. Brasov, Romania

Former Member ·
Yes the legend of Dracula is based on the actions of Vlad Dracul the Impaler , but Bram Stoker made the history more famous, we all know that:d
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Re: Gumbo's Pic of the Day, Mar. 6, 2014:Whitby Abbey

GarryRF ·
These pix were taken this week. Whitby is mentioned in the Dracula book by Bram Stoker who was inspired by his time there.
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Whitby - North Yorkshire Coastal Town

Paul Hunter Landscape Tog ·
Whitby, North Yorkshire. A modern visitor attraction, working fishing port, with ancient religious heritage that inspired Bram Stoker.
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From Brasov to Bran Castle and Rasnov

Travellinn ·
Transylvania. Dracula pops up in most people’s minds when they hear that word, and with good reason.  Bram Stoker’s novel took place in Transylvania, but the writer himself actually never visited Romania.  Although there are...
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The Legend of Vlad the Impaler (Dracula)

Former Member ·
Everyone is wondering when the legend of Dracula came in the public attention for the first time and if this legend has something to do with Vlad the Impaler- the prince of Wallachia. Well the legend starts when this man Vlad the Impaler was chosen by the well-known writer Bram Stoker to be the leading hero for his book published in 1897. Since then, Dracula and Transylvania, the land where the mysterious castle full of ghosts and vampires is located, became the subject of many movies, over...
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'Dinner with Drac' for Halloween?

PHeymont ·
A tour company is organizing a three-day Halloween party at Bran Castle in Transylvania, inspiration for Bram Stoker's home of Count Dracula.
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