Sighişoara is a city on the Mary Trnava River in the province of Mers, Romenia.
Sighişoara is located in the historic Transylvania region, with a population of 26,370 according to the 2011 census.
Sighişoara runs seven villages: Anjova, Uriel Fliku, Hetiore, Rora, Sormekla, Vinky and Vellore.
Founded by Transylvania Saxons during the 12th century and still standing by Sighisoara, it is one of the most beautiful medieval cities in Europe.
A UNESCO World Heritage Site, considered a completely intact 16th century jewel with nine towers.
It features cobbled streets, ornate homes and churches with charm of the atmosphere.
Sighişoara is the hometown of Dracula Vlad, also known as Vlad Tibbes (Vlad of the Impaler), who is the governor of the Falashia district from 1456 CE to 1462 CE, and he inspired the creation of fictional Stalker programs, Count Dracula.