Romania Bares Its Teeth over Dracula

Countering many critics, Tourism Minister Matei Agathon Dan insists that a theme park based on the legendary Count will be a smash

For years, Romanians have wrestled with how to handle the international fame -- or infamy -- of Count Dracula. Hoping to pump some lifeblood into its tourist industry, the country now plans to build a theme park that would capitalize on foreigners' fascination with the neck-biting Transylvanian.

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