I have many maps, and yes I do know a few things about Transylvania, including the fact that most people think that Transylvania is a smaller part of a larger entity. However, Given that claus did comment upon this: I'll leave it to them:
Yo should do more reaserch Rebecca.On the map you post here you present Banat,Crisana and Maramures as subdivisions of Transilvania(Transylvania may be the fictional region in Bram Stoker fantasies)which is not accurate.Romania has nine historical provinces;BANAT,BUCOVINA,CRISANA,DOBROGEA,MARAMURES,MOLDOVA,MUNTENIA,
OLTENIA and TRANSILVANIA.The tenth province called BASARABIA, due to first Rusian and later soviet ocupation became what is known today as REPUBLICA MOLDOVA an independent state.
Now, given that he does comment about nine provinces I'll help this one out, when I typed in Provinces of Romania on Google they gave me this website , the nine provinces which the commenter referred to are in fact regions within Romania. The Provinces are as follows: Dobrogea, Moldova, Muntenia, and Transylvania.
Still, going back to 1600, and the person of Michael the Brave, the THREE principalities were: Moldavia, Transylvania and Wallachia.
So, this was an interesting comment, and one that shows that Transylvania, however you want to say its territory is, is a part of Romania, and also a part of Europe.
For the record: simply Google "the nine provinces of Romania", and you will find a lot of information.