Heading east from the United States, if you take a hard left at Africa, you'll eventually run into a continent called Europe.
Just in case the location of Transylvania inside present-day Romania wasn't clear in English, here's a map closer up with the names in French:
A topographical map shows that Transylvania forms a circle of mountains, called the Carpathians, inside which sits a high plateau:
It takes an even more detailed historical map to locate the town of Székelyudvarhely where my wife Marianne was born, attended neither by wisemen nor by shepherds:
Even if there were no Magi there at the time, there were Magyar, since this region was mainly Hungarian speaking. In fact, for reasons we won't go into with any depth or accuracy, this portion of Transylvania was actually a part of Hungary itself at the time of Miss Siegmund's birth. Whether it was because she left for Austria shortly after or whether as a result of some World War or other, the area was then completely incorporated into Romania.