http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap_travel/20...acula_s_castle

Now that's an interesting news item. AP account leaves out over 500 years of history, but oh, well. Maybe nothing happened.

I wonder if anyone here, has ever gone over there (to Romania). I'm sure these readers would be interested in an account.

Note interesting issue whether this should be public or private property. I didn't know there were still Habsburgs around. I once saw their palace, and walked their palatial grounds, in Vienna.

Note ideology in reporting: communist regime "confiscated" the castle in 1948. But how the Hapsburgs acquired it? We aren't told. Undoubtedly, they "earned" it.