Tumba de Vlad el Empalador; murió en noviembre o diciembre de 1476 luchando contra los turcos ♥๑۞๑♥
Oskar Schindler - Schindler's grave in Jerusalem. The Hebrew inscription reads: "Righteous Among the Nations"; the German inscription reads: "The Unforgettable Lifesaver of 1200 Persecuted Jews".
Ceremonial sword of the Order of the Dragon, c. 1433, displayed at the Neue Burg Museum, Vienna, Austria. Vlad II Dracul, father of Vlad the Impaler (Vlad Țepeș), the figure who inspired Dracula, was a member of the Order.
Queen Marie of Romania,Princess Ileana ,Princess Maria(later queen consort of Yugoslavia), and Princess Helen of Greece and Denmark(later queen mother of Romania).
Warren's Occult Museum in Connecticut. By appt. only and I think this would be fun to visit. She (and her late husband) are paranormal investigators for such famous events as The Amityville Horror and the Haunting In Connecticut.
Marie Antoinette. Queen. Buried at Saint-Demis Basilique, Ile-de-France Region, France
Tumba de Florence Nightingale en la St. Margaret Church en East Wellow (Inglaterra). Foto de JoAnn Widerquist
vlad tepes possible tomb
Vlad Tepes (the Impaler)
Vlad Dracul's House in Sighisoara Citadel: During 1431 – 1435, here lived Vlad Dracul, Transylvania’s military governor. And it is very likely that in this house was born, in 1431, Vlad Dracul’s son - Vlad the Impeller, identified by the admirers of Bram Stocker’s novel, as Dracula. http://www.touringromania.com/regions/transylvania/sighisoara-city.html