Some of the famous landmarks in Romania include the Bran Castle in Brasov, Palace of Parliament in Bucharest, Peles Castle in Sinaia, Arcul de Triumf, Romanian Athenaeum Hall and Sighisoara. Romania is renowned for being the birthplace of Vlad Tepes, known in popular culture as "Count Dracula."
Romania is situated in the southeastern region of Europe, bordering Hungary, Bulgaria, Serbia, Moldova and Ukraine. The country is surrounded by the Black Sea, its geographical lowest point. Romania is a popular tourist destination, due to its rich historical and cultural background. Other well-known spots in the country include the Agapia Monastery, National History Museum, Bucegi Park, Brancusi's Endless Column and Lespezilor Cave.