So, to the World Heritage since 1990 include the historical center of St. Petersburg, and all those in its architecture and monuments, built in the XVIII-XX centuries, the architectural ensemble of the Kizhi churchyard nearcity of Medvezhegorsk in Karelia, built in the XVIII-XIX centuries, and the Moscow Kremlin with the Red Square, and not the last role was played by the antiquity of its construction - XIII-XVII century.
in 27 sites since 1992 and includes all the important historical sites of Veliky Novgorod and the surrounding area, built in the XI-XVII centuries, the ensemble "Solovetsky islands" far from Arkhangelsk
Kemi (XVI-XVII century), andwhite stone buildings of Vladimir and Suzdal (XII-XIII century).In 1993 and 1994, to the World Heritage also carried Kolomna Church of the Assumption (XVI century), and the ensemble of the Trinity-Sergius Lavra (XV-XVIII century).
the 1995 and 1996 "were given" UNESCO forests of the Komi Republic, the magnificent Lake Baikal and very beautiful volcanoes in Kamchatka.And in 2001, a World Heritage entered the central ridge of the Sikhote-Alin in the Far East, in the 1998th - the Altai Mountains in 2003 - Uvs Nuur Basin in the Republic of Tuva and the mountains of the Western Caucasus in the 1999th.
In 2000, the list added such important for Russia objects as historical and architectural complex "Kazan Kremlin" in the Republic of Tatarstan, built in the XVI-XXI centuries, and the ensemble of the Ferapontov Monastery in Vologda region (built inXV-XVII centuries).2003 has given the new status of the Curonian Spit in the Kaliningrad region and the ancient buildings of Derbent, which, moreover, is the oldest city in modern Russia.
2004 "gave" the list of UNESCO's Ensemble of the Novodevichy Convent (XVI-XVII century building), and Wrangel Island in the Chukchi Autonomous District, and the 2005th - the historical center of Yaroslavl (XVI-XX centuries) and geodeticStruve arc in the Leningrad region.The latter is protected not only from Russia, but also recognizes the very important for a few more countries - Norway, Sweden, Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Belarus, Moldova and Ukraine.
In 2010, the World Heritage entered Putorana Plateau in the Krasnoyarsk Territory, in the 2012th - Lena Pillars in the Sakha Republic in 2013. The ancient Hersonissos, then still a part of the Ukrainian territory of Ukraine (around V centuryBC - XIV century).And the latest in the list of UNESCO included the ancient city of Bulgar in Tatarstan, which is the religious center of Russian Muslims and built in X-XV centuries.