Transylvania Sites and Other Matters

I had asked a little while back about Transylvania sites. This was very successful in my search on Transylvania. Of course I've been finding more sites.

As a result, I've learned different points of view about Transylvania. I admit that my Romanian is far better than my Hungarian. It's enjoyable since it allows so many people to discuss life in Transylvania.

It's the history that changes. The maps are more interesting, but the Transylvania sites follow as such: Dacia, then Roman Empire, then Independent land, then Hungary, then united with Wallachia and Moldavia, then Holy Roman Empire, then Hungary, then the Austrian Empire, then Romania, then half to Hungary, then all back to Romania. Boy that is a lot of territorial movement, and everyone has a voice on that.