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Hunyadvára, Castle of the Hunyadi family in Transylvania. János Hunyadi's coat of arms: a Raven ('corvus' in Latin) with a ring in its beak. His son, Mátyás, became Mathias Corvinus, King of Hungary c. Medieval Symbols, Matthias Corvinus, Vlad The Impaler, Ottoman Turks, Roman Empire, Coat Of Arms, Dracula, Bird Feathers, Vampires

Corvin/Hunyadi Castle, Hunedoara

Iancu de Hunedoara's/Janos Hunyadi's coat of arms: the raven, hence the name Corvin

Coat of arms of Matthias Corvinus, also called Matthias I (Hungarian: Hunyadi Mátyás, 23 February 1443 – 6 April 1490), King of Hungary and Croatia from 1458, and Beatrice of Naples (16 November 1457 – 23 September 1508), also known as Beatrice of Aragon (Hungarian: Aragóniai Beatrix; Italian: Beatrice d'Aragona), daughter of Ferdinand I of Naples and Isabella of Clermont - well in the Bailey of the Castle of Buda. Matthias Corvinus, Vlad The Impaler, Ottoman Turks, Renaissance Fashion, Aragon, Ferdinand, 15th Century, Coat Of Arms, Hungary

Coat of arms of Matthias Corvinus, also called Matthias I (Hungarian: Hunyadi Mátyás, 23 February 1443 – 6 April 1490), King of Hungary and Croatia from 1458, and Beatrice of Naples (16 November 1457 – 23 September 1508), also known as Beatrice of Aragon (Hungarian: Aragóniai Beatrix; Italian: Beatrice d'Aragona), daughter of Ferdinand I of Naples and Isabella of Clermont - well in the Bailey of the Castle of Buda.

Hunyadi János – Wikipédia

Hunyadi János – Wikipédia

Victor Lustig - the con man who sold the Eiffel Tower twice . Matthias Corvinus, Hungary, Castle, Photo Credit, King, Free, Castles

Victor Lustig - the con man who sold the Eiffel Tower twice ...

The year was 1925 and Victor Lustig was sitting in a hotel room in Paris, sipping his morning coffee while reading a depressing newspaper article about

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