Selene is a city of vampires located in east of Belgrade, Transylvania. Notably almost every house-front bore the proud crest of vampire noble blood-lineage; these families include Bathory, Yorga, and Hapsburg.
In 1912, Mina Murray and Allan Quatermain visited Selene after discovering a letter written to Dracula's castle from Selene. The couple saw their presence in Selene effortless to consider eradicating the city's entire vampire population before leaving the city.
Selene was created by Paul Féval and which appeared in La Ville Vampire ("City of Vampires," 1875). In the novel Mrs. Ann Radcliffe and a group of vampire hunters destroy the leader of Selene, the vampire lord Goetzi.
Bathory is named after Countess Elizabeth Bathory (1560-1614), a Hungarian noblewoman, who is infamous for her torture of girls and her bathing in their blood.
Yorga is from the films Count Yorga, Vampire (1970) and The Return of Count Yorga (1971).