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ROMANIA has valuable historical, cultural and scientific heritage. The Transylvanian Society of Dracula, an international non-profit cultural- historical organisation, has said that the vampire myth, particularly that of Dracula has a major impact on people's perception of Romania.
Many continue to associate the bat-like entity to Romania and the myth continues even in this modern era.
Feats by Romanians go much further than that. The outside world is probably ignorant that in 1902 in Paris, Romanian Traian Vuia flew over 100 metres in a self propelled aircraft, Henry Coanda is the world's first cyberman, Prof Paulescu invented insulin and Prof George Emil Palada received the Nobel Prize for genetics research in 1974. …