The Great Royal Church
The secrets of the Tower of Chindiei, built by the bloody Vlad Ţepeş (Vlad The Impaler).
Dracula’s tomb could be hidden under this famous construction…
Dracula’s tomb could be located at the base of the Tower of Chindia In the absence of clear evidence regarding the tomb of Vlad Tepes (Vlad The Impaler), the historians from Targoviste say that the ruler’s body would be under the Tower of Chindia or at the Dealu Monastery, where the head of Mihai Viteazu is also located. . The theory was that Vlad Ţepeş (Vlad The Impaler) lived most of his reign in Targoviste. Târgovişte is also associated with the famous method of punishment, the sting, which brought the name of the voivode.
Vlad Tepes (Vlad The Impaler) was assassinated at the end of December 1476, in his third reign. His body was beheaded and his head sent to the sultan, who placed him in a sting, as evidence of the triumph over Vlad Tepes (Vlad The Impaler). It was hypothesized that “Dracula” would have been buried at Snagov Monastery, on an island near Bucharest. Recent examinations have shown that Ţepeş’s “tomb” from the monastery contains only a few bones of horse dating from the Neolithic and not the true remains of Mr. Wallach. According to the historian Constantin Rezachevici, his grave would be on the place of the Comana monastery, the foundation of the voivodeship.
The Royal Church is the foundation of the voivode Petru Cercel according to the model of the metropolitan church in the city but of much larger dimensions, at the date of construction, the largest religious building in the Romanian Country. The painting, still preserved today, is made entirely between 1696-1698, during the reign of Constantin Brâncoveanu, containing the largest gallery of portraits of mountain rulers.