The author likes you to know as much as possible about this Romanian province, because then, you will love it and search for it on your next trips. It was a pinpoint by all dates. The roman emperor Traian, wished its wealth, especially gold, and yet, today lies in Transylvania the biggest gold mine in Europe. Jules Verne, in order to take advantage of a mysterious cargo load, placed a Castel in Carpathians and a Count into Făgăraș area to quote two of his famous novels. It couldn’t turn otherwise: In Transylvania was given to grow Dracula vampire, in order to remind of the oldest myths that sounds in the ears of worldwide inhabitants. Transylvania is the heart, is the born of Romanian People. Carpathians surrounds it like fortress walls. From their heights, start exactly as wheel spikes, main rivers of romanian land – Olt and Mureș, Jiu and Someș, Bistrița and Târnavele. None of the less Carpathians weren’t an obstacle for communication between romanians of all three main historical areas. Although, administratively Transylvania linked temporary its existence by one ruler or another, romanian people evolved into an amazing unity: every corner of Romania: same spoken language, same customs, same religious predominant (orthodoxian). Wealth made that Transylvania to be assaulted from every direction by intruders. Among them, the Hungarians. Settled in Panonia fields, they were rejected to expand towards west. Though, they were entitled to grow their attacks from within the Carpathian semi-cercle. Years after years, romanians were more and more conquered and forced to serve into their own country, which was not recognizable as stand-alone nation living from centuries in this lands. The land’s history knew great shakeovers of the centuries. After Hungary fell under Turkish Empire in 1526, Transylvania receives a statut of „voievodat-ancient county” being governed some while by born-here leaders. In 1691, the Transylvania county receives austrian leadership, by Maria Tereza’s time. In 1765, receives the title of „Mare Principat – Great County”. Finally, in 1867, once the austro-hungarian empire settles, Hungary dominates the harshest whole Transylvanian area. As the First World War comes, „the land beyond the trees – țara de dincolo de păduri”, resets itself added by once and for good to mother-land Romania. There was in ancient times a stellar moment like this one, although for a brief period of time, in 1600, when Mihai Viteazu, Bucharest leader unites under his blade the three Romanian lands: Țara Românească, Transylvania and Moldova. 1st of December 1918, when Transylvania finally reunites with Romania, becomes after 1990 Național Celebration Day.