Hungarian Countess Bathory Erzhbeta was beautiful, well educated and extremely rich. She was a strong woman in a century of strong women. If it stayed the court artists, scientists, poets and musicians - as well as witches, astrologers, alchemists, and poisoners. She sang a verse and depicted in the paintings. She loved and admired her. But even she had a complicated, tormented, perverted kind. And, perhaps, was the worst killer in the history of Europe, which destroyed 650 virgins - to bathe in their blood, and eternal youth.
Issued: Czech Republic
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