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    Shedding Ceausescu and Dracula

    Best known over the centuries for its legendary despots, Romania has emerged from two decades of upheaval following the collapse of its communist regime to become a viable international tourist destination. Pictured here, Peles Castle in the foothills of the Carpathian Mountains was a former royal residence and is now a museum open to the public. Photo by Aleksandar Todorovic/Shutterstock

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    Shedding Ceausescu and Dracula

    In the background, the former headquarters of the Romanian Communist Party in Bucharest where Nicolae Ceausescu held his infamous final speech on Dec. 21, 1989. In the foreground, the Revolution Memorial. Photo by ncristian/shutterstock

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    Shedding Ceausescu and Dracula

    Handmade crafts and wares are still commonly made and sold in Romania’s smaller villages and towns. TW photo by Michelle Baran

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    Shedding Ceausescu and Dracula

    In the Transylvanian town of Viscri, people still live in a subsistence economy. TW photo by Michelle Baran

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    Shedding Ceausescu and Dracula

    The Rembrandt Hotel in Bucharest’s Old Town. TW photo by Michelle Baran

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    Shedding Ceausescu and Dracula

    The Saxon city of Brasov. TW photo by Michelle Baran

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    Shedding Ceausescu and Dracula

    Kilometer Zero monument, Bucharest. Photo by Radu Bercan/Shutterstock

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    Shedding Ceausescu and Dracula

    Voronet Monastery, in the village of Voronet, was built in 1488 and is a Unesco World Heritage site. Photo by Mihai Cristian Zaharia/Shutterstock

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    Shedding Ceausescu and Dracula

    This 12th century fortified church in Viscri is one of seven villages in Transylvania that together constitute a Unesco World Heritage site. TW photo by Michelle Baran

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    Shedding Ceausescu and Dracula

    Bucharest’s Old Town, in shambles in the aftermath of the 1989 revolution, has come back to life with a growing number of hip new restaurants, bars and storefronts. TW photo by Michelle Baran

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    Shedding Ceausescu and Dracula

    A blacksmith in the Transylvanian town of Viscri demonstrates his ancient trade. TW photo by Michelle Baran

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