Something for Dracula fans
Dracula fans may be able to quench their thirst for jelly-and-blood puddings by May, when a theme park dedicated to the infamous count is to open, says Reuters. The Balkan country hopes to boost its ailing tourist industry by attracting people to the park, which would feature horror rides, a vampirology institute and gory menus. The headless body of Vlad Tepes, the real-life 15th Century Wallachian prince notorious for impaling his Ottoman prisoners, is believed to be buried at the monastery in the middle of the Snagov lake, near the planned theme park.
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