Peasant woman from Bran, Transylvania, Romania.

Romanian National Costumes Transylvania

Peasant woman from Bran, Romania.

Romanian National Costumes Transylvania

Peasant woman from Bran, Romania.

Romanian National Costumes Transylvania

Peasant woman from Bran, Romania.

Romanian National Costumes

Peasant woman from Bran, Romania.

Peasant woman from Bran, Transylvania, Romania. (Tărancă din Bran.)

Bran Castle is also located in the village of Bran (German Törzburg, Hungarian Törcsvár) in Transylvania, Romania, located around 30 kilometers from the city of Brașov  (Kronstadt dt). The tourist is presented as Dracula’s Castle. The description of Dracula’s castle from Bram Stoker’s novel also very reminiscent of Bran Castle. However, it is assumed that Vlad III. Drăculea has never set foot in it.

Gallery: Romanian Folk Costumes.
Portul popular romanesc by Alexandrina Enachescu Cantemir. Editeur: Prof. Dimitrie Gusti. Published: Scrisul Romanesc, S.A., Craiova 1937.