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Jan 30, 2021

[Answer] Which abbey's ruins inspired Bram Stoker's "Dracula"?

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...1. Westminster Abbey 2. Whitby Abbey 3. Abbey of St. Gall 4. Orval Abbey




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Whitby Abbey - Although the Transylvanian castle known as Bran Castle is nicknamed “Dracula’s Castle,” it’s unlikely that the author of “Dracula,” Bram Stoker, knew about the towering fortress in the Romanian forest as he was penning his classic horror novel. But one true inspiration for Stoker was Whitby Abbey, a 7th-century monastery in England. Whitby Abbey would serve as the first stopping point for Dracula on his visit to England. The misty abbey ruins are a fitting place for a mythical character with a penchant for sucking blood to be looming about. And it was in a local library in 1890 that Stoker encountered Vlad Dracul — also known as “Vlad the Impaler” — after whom the fictional Dracula is famously inspired.:


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