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Castle Dimitrescu (ドミトレスク
The castle was built during the 15th century and may have been used during the Wallachian and Moldavian wars against the Ottoman Empire. Whoever controlled the castle at that time is unknown, though it eventually fell into the hands of the Dimitrescu family, who maintained a feudal and tyrannical rule over the people of the region. In the late 20th century, the castle became associated with Sanguis Virginis, a brand of enriched red wine marketed by Countess Alcina Dimitrescu. Since the 1950s to 2020s, the castle has been the epicenter of a number of violent murders and mutilations instigated by the nobles against the local peasantry.
The overall structure of the estate dates back to the European Middle Ages and largely conforms to architectural concepts derived during its High Renaissance period, crafted from stratified limestone comprising the turrets and battlements which adorn the castle's fog-enshrouded towers and snowy balustrades; the interior ornamentals of the castle adopt a more heavily Baroque style, which came into prominence during the 17th century and suggest the castle may have been updated during that time. The castle's lower recesses, which are host to a storage basement, wine cellar and vaulted dungeon fortified with iron cages, are decaying from disrepair and addled with gore left behind from its owners' violent activities on the prisoners contained therein. The upper echelons of the castle, by contrast, are exquisitely decorated with twisting hallways lacquered in ornate golden gildings of vines, expensive furniture and velvet carpeting lining the checkered marble floors, particularly within its foyers. Tall columns and pillars support the high domed ceilings of many chambers and are filled with statues, paintings and crests baring the history of the Dimitrescu bloodline; fireplaces in these rooms dually serve as prominent centerpieces and a means for the castle's denizens to burn the remains of those victimized by them. Light is intentionally left minimalized to sconces and candelabras, with many windows having been draped in thick curtains, leaving the vast majority of the castle steeped in shadow and secrecy.
- In fitting with Resident Evil Village's literary allusions to Bram Stoker's Dracula, the castle is an analogue to Castle Dracula. Both are located in an isolated part of the mountains - the Carpathians in Dracula - and are 15th century constructs.
- Maiden Demo (2021), file: "Winemaking" (tentative).
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