Russian UNESCO heritage
70 years ago, November 16, 1945, London hosted the founding conference that approved the Constitution of UNESCO - United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization. Russian UNESCO World Heritage site - see below
Baikal - the lake of tectonic origin in the southern part of Eastern Siberia, the deepest lake on the planet, the largest natural reservoir of fresh water.
The Moscow Kremlin and Red Square.
Lena Pillars - a geological formation and a natural park of the same name in Russia, on the bank of the Lena River.
White Monuments of Vladimir and Suzdal - the collective name under which since 1992 on the list of UNESCO World Heritage sites featured eight monuments of ancient (predominantly white stone) architecture, located in the Vladimir region
The Golden Mountains of Altai - the name under which, in 1998, UNESCO has brought in three World Heritage site of the Altai Mountains in the territory of the Russian Federation: Altai Reserve, Katun reserve, Ukok plateau.
Spaso-Preobrazhensky Solovetsky Monastery - Stauropegial Monastery Russian Orthodox church located on the Solovetsky Islands in the White Sea.
The Church of the Ascension in Kolomenskoye - Orthodox church Danilov deanery of the Moscow diocese. The temple is a masterpiece of world architecture, the first stone church marquee in Russia.
Volcanoes in Eastern Russia on the Kamchatka Peninsula in the Kamchatka region.
Trinity-Sergius Lavra - the largest orthodox male monastery stauropegic Russia (ROC), located in the center of Sergiev Posad, Moscow region.
Curonian Spit - a narrow and long, sandy strip of land (Xhosa) saber form, separating the Curonian Lagoon from the Baltic Sea. Spit Length - 98 kilometers.
ferapontov monastery - former Orthodox monastery in Kirillov district of the Vologda region. For 400 years the monastery was one of the most important cultural, religious and educational centers of Belozersk region.
The historical center of Saint Petersburg and Related Groups of Monuments - the first in Russia (and the USSR), UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The Kazan Kremlin - the oldest part of Kazan, a complex of architectural, historical and archaeological sites that reveal the city's long history.
Historic Monuments of Novgorod and Surroundings - the collective name under which the UNESCO in 1992, submitted to the World Heritage Site medieval architectural heritage of Novgorod the Great.
Kizhi and Kizhi Pogost - the world famous architectural ensemble, located on the island of Kizhi Lake Onega.