Transylvania (disambiguation)

Transylvania (disambiguation)

Transylvania may refer to:


*Transylvania, a historical region in present-day Romania
*Principality of Transylvania, a semi-independent state during the Turkish occupation of Hungary
*Transylvania, Louisiana
*Transylvania County, North Carolina
*Transylvania (colony), an American colony in the 1770s
*1537 Transylvania, an asteroid


*Transylvania in fiction
*"Transylvania 6-5000" (1963 film), an animated short film starring Bugs Bunny
*"Transylvania 6-5000" (1985 film), a comedy/horror movie
*"Transylvania" (film), the title of a 2006 film directed by Tony Gatlif
*Transylvania" (computer game), a computer game of the 1980s
*The Galaxy Transylvania, in the cult film "The Rocky Horror Picture Show"
*"Transylvania" (Iron Maiden song)", a song by Iron Maiden which appears on their 1980 self-titled album "Iron Maiden"
*"", an album by Wednesday 13 and also the title track from the album
*"Baby's Coming Back/Transylvania", a single by English band McFly, taken from their 2006 album "Motion in the Ocean"


*Transylvania University, in Lexington, Kentucky.
*Maximilianus of Transylvania (Maximilianus Transylvanus), a sixteenth century author who was the first to publish an account of Magellan's voyage around the world

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