In 1283, after the Saxons settled in Transylvania, the city became Sacerdos de Medias, while in 1389, it was renamed Villa Medies. Enclosed by two rows of walls and several defense towers, one of which served as a jail for Prince Vlad Tepes (aka Vlad Dracula) in 1467, the church features three superb gothic altarpieces, a colorful baroque organ and some early 15th century frescoes.During the Middle Ages, Medias, like most other towns in Transylvania, was strongly fortified. The church displays a collection of 14th century bronze artifacts and Oriental carpets brought by the tradesmen Address: Str.
Medias Bus Station For a list of accommodations in Medias, please check our Accommodations guide. 3, Medias Tel: 0269 803.885 E-mail: [email protected] Mon.
Halloween in Transylvania Shows and parties related to Bram Stoker's novel character, Count Dracula.