The King’s Bride

  • The King’s Bride

On the other side of Bran’s transient, about two hours away from the boarder’s customs service ”Crossover”, where the calk mountain, whose cliffs rise into the sky, lowers abruptly until Dambovita Valley, lay the ruins of a fortress built by the Teutonic Knights. A wood floored partial path led down, to the steep mountain side. The area is called ”The King’s bridge”. The villagers of Ghimbav knew best the place, because they were entrusted to maintenance from ancient times. They were annually keeping they’re cattle and the studs there, for a month, in the late spring, after sowing and in the mean time no one was allowed to take they’re animals away from there.