by Dracula | Dracula German StoriesThe two monks were from a Catholic monastery in Wallachia or wandering Catholic monks from a foreign land.
by Dracula | Dracula German StoriesA merchant from a foreign land once visited Dracula's capital of Tirgoviste.
by Dracula | Dracula German StoriesBenedict de Boithor, a Polish nobleman in the service of the King of Hungary, visited Dracula at Tirgoviste in September of 1458.
by Dracula | Dracula German StoriesDracula was known throughout his land for his fierce insistence on honesty and order.
by Dracula | Dracula German StoriesDracula once noticed a man working in the fields while wearing a too short caftan.
by Dracula | Dracula German StoriesDracula once had a mistress who lived in a house in the back streets of Tirgoviste.
by Dracula | Dracula German StoriesThere are at least two versions of this story in the literature.
by Dracula | Dracula German StoriesA priest has preached that a sinner will not be forgiven if he does not give back what he has stolen.