Nov 23, 2018 · Directed by Osman Kaya. With Cem Uçan, Erkan Petekkaya, Nur Fettahoglu, Yetkin Dikinciler. The true story of 7 oddly dressed fearless men of Ottoman army fight against cruel Vlad.
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Vlad III, or as he was widely known, Vlad the Impaler or Vlad Dracula, was a 15th-century voivode (or prince) of Wallachia, the historical and geographical region of Romania. His life had inspired several legends even when he was alive and after his death, he has become a figure of fascination across the world.
Vlad the Impaler - The ruthless ruler of Wallachia. Vlad the Impaler is perhaps the most famous ruler of Wallachia, and he is widely known for being the inspiration beyond Dracula. Vlad was born in Sighisoara in 1431, but he spent most of his childhood in the Ottoman Empire, which he sought to destroy his whole life.
Feb 09, 2018 · Vlad the Impaler or Vlad Tepes was one of the greatest and more interesting figures from history. Vlad III was likely born in Sighisoara, Transylvania in 1431. He was the second son of the ruler of Wallachia Vlad II or Vlad Dracul – the name given to his father when he became a member of the Order of the Dragon, a Christian military order.
Feb 10, 2021 · Vlad the Impaler During the banquet the boyars began to challenge their host's authority. Enraged, the "son of Dracul" had his guests stabbed and their bloody corpses impaled on spikes.
Mar 26, 2021 · Vlad III, Prince of Wallachia, more commonly known as the Impaler or Dracula, was a three-time voivode of Wallachia, ruling mainly from 1456 to 1462. Historically, Vlad is best known for his resistance against the Ottoman Empire and its expansion and for the cruel punishments he imposed on his enemies.
Vlad III, known as Vlad Țepeș, Vlad Dracula, or Vlad the Impaler, was the prince of Wallachia (modern-day Romania) three times between 1448 and his death in 1476/77. His cruel methods of punishing his enemies gained him infamy in 15th-century Europe all the way to the modern-day.
Vlad the Impaler once invited all the poor and sick to a great feast, under the pretence they would be well fed, and looked after, out of good will. Vlad feasted with them, and once he finished eating he stepped outside. Guards burned the building down, killing every single person inside.
In 1476, a barrel of honey preserving the severed head of Vlad Dracula - the Impaler, not the vampire - arrived in Ottoman-controlled Constantinople. This gr...
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Jan 29, 2018 · For those of you who are rusty on 15th century Eastern European history, I’ll fill you in. Vlad the Impaler (Vlad III, Vlad Tepes, Vlad Dracula) was Prince of Wallachia, which is present-day Romania. If you’ve heard of the city Bucharest, well, that was part of Wallachia.