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List of World Heritage Sites in Eastern Europe

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The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) has designated 77 World Heritage Sites in Western Europe. These sites are in 9 countries. There are eight sites which are shared between countries.[1][2]

Legend[change | change source]

The list below uses a definition of Western Europe which includes the United Kingdom and Ireland.

Site – named after the World Heritage Committee's official designation
Location – sorted by country, followed by the region at the regional or provincial level and geocoordinates. In the case of multinational or multi-regional sites, the names are sorted alphabetically.
Criteria – as defined by the World Heritage Committee
Area – in hectares and acres, followed by buffer zones if applicable. A value of zero implies that no data has been published by UNESCO
Year – during which the site was added to the World Heritage List
Description – brief information about the site, including reasons for qualifying as an endangered site, if applicable

Sites[change | change source]

     * Trans-border site

Site Image Location Criteria Area
ha (acre)
Year Description Refs
Ancient City of Nessebar Nesebar, Burgas Province,  Bulgaria
42°39′22″N 27°43′48″E / 42.65611°N 27.73000°E / 42.65611; 27.73000 (Ancient City of Nessebar)
Cultural:
(iii), (iv)
27 (67); buffer zone 1,246 (3,080) 1983 [3]
Ancient City of Tauric Chersonese and its Chora Crimea,  Ukraine
44°36′39″N 33°29′29″E / 44.61083°N 33.49139°E / 44.61083; 33.49139 (Ancient City of Tauric Chersonese and its Chora)
Cultural:
(ii), (v)
259 (640); buffer zone 3,041 (7,510) 2013 [4]
Architectural Ensemble of the Trinity Sergius Lavra in Sergiev Posad Sergiyev Posad, Moscow Oblast,  Russia
56°18′37″N 38°7′52″E / 56.31028°N 38.13111°E / 56.31028; 38.13111 (Architectural Ensemble of the Trinity Sergius Lavra in Sergiev Posad)
Cultural:
(ii), (iv)
1993 [5]
Architectural, Residential and Cultural Complex of the Radziwill Family at Nesvizh Nesvizh, Minsk Region,  Belarus
53°13′22″N 26°41′29″E / 53.22278°N 26.69139°E / 53.22278; 26.69139 (Architectural, Residential and Cultural Complex of the Radziwill Family at Nesvizh)
Cultural:
(ii), (iv), (vi)
2005 [6]
Auschwitz Birkenau, German Nazi Concentration and Extermination Camp (1940–1945) Oświęcim County, Lesser Poland,  Poland
50°4′0″N 19°21′0″E / 50.06667°N 19.35000°E / 50.06667; 19.35000 (Auschwitz Birkenau, German Nazi Concentration and Extermination Camp (1940–1945))
Cultural:
(vi)
1979 [7][8]
Bardejov Bardejov, Bardejov District, Prešov Region,  Slovakia
49°17′36″N 21°16′45″E / 49.29333°N 21.27917°E / 49.29333; 21.27917 (Bardejov)
Cultural:
(iii), (iv)
2000 [9]
Belovezhskaya Pushcha / Białowieża Forest Grodno Region,  Belarus* and Podlaskie Voivodeship,  Poland*
52°30′N 23°35′E / 52.500°N 23.583°E / 52.500; 23.583 (Belovezhskaya Pushcha / Białowieża Forest)
Natural:
(vii)
92,669 (228,990) 1979 [10]
Boyana Church Boyana Church Mural Paintings.jpg Boyana, Sofia,  Bulgaria
42°39′0″N 23°16′0″E / 42.65000°N 23.26667°E / 42.65000; 23.26667 (Boyana Church)
Cultural:
(ii), (iii)
0.68 (1.7); buffer zone 14 (35) 1979 [11]
Budapest, including the Banks of the Danube, the Buda Castle Quarter and Andrássy Avenue Budapest,  Hungary
47°28′57″N 19°4′14″E / 47.48250°N 19.07056°E / 47.48250; 19.07056 (Budapest, including the Banks of the Danube, the Buda Castle Quarter and Andrássy Avenue)
Cultural:
(ii), (iv)
473 (1,170); buffer zone 494 (1,220) 1987 [12]
Castle of the Teutonic Order in Malbork Malbork, Pomeranian Voivodeship,  Poland
54°2′30″N 19°2′0″E / 54.04167°N 19.03333°E / 54.04167; 19.03333 (Castle of the Teutonic Order in Malbork)
Cultural:
(ii), (iii), (iv)
18 (44) 1997 The Castle in Malbork was built by the Teutonic Knights. [13]
Caves of Aggtelek Karst and Slovak Karst Rožňava and Spišská Nová Ves Districts, Košice Region  Slovakia* and Northern Hungary,  Hungary*
48°28′33″N 20°29′13″E / 48.47583°N 20.48694°E / 48.47583; 20.48694 (Caves of Aggtelek Karst and Slovak Karst))
Natural:
(vii)
56,651 (139,990); buffer zone 86,797 (214,480) 1995 [14][15]
Centennial Hall in Wrocław Wrocław, Lower Silesian Voivodeship,  Poland
51°6′25″N 17°4′37″E / 51.10694°N 17.07694°E / 51.10694; 17.07694 (Centennial Hall in Wrocław)
Cultural:
(i), (ii), (iv)
37 (91); buffer zone 190 (470) 2006 [16]
Church of the Ascension, Kolomenskoye Kolomenskoye, Moscow,  Russia
55°39′20″N 37°40′26″E / 55.65556°N 37.67389°E / 55.65556; 37.67389 (Church of the Ascension, Kolomenskoye)
Cultural:
(ii)
1994 The Church of the Ascension was built in 1532. [17]
Citadel, Ancient City and Fortress Buildings of Derbent Derbent, Dagestan,  Russia
42°3′11″N 48°17′50″E / 42.05306°N 48.29722°E / 42.05306; 48.29722 (Citadel, Ancient City and Fortress Buildings of Derbent)
Cultural:
(iii), (iv)
9.70 (24.0); buffer zone 2.00 (4.9) 2003 [18]
Churches of Moldavia Suceava County (Moldavia),  Romania
47°46′42″N 25°42′46″E / 47.77833°N 25.71278°E / 47.77833; 25.71278 (Churches of Moldavia)
Cultural:
(i), (iv)
1993 [19][20]
Churches of Peace in Jawor and Świdnica Jawor and Świdnica, Lower Silesian Voivodeship,  Poland
51°3′15″N 16°11′45″E / 51.05417°N 16.19583°E / 51.05417; 16.19583 (Churches of Peace in Jawor and Świdnica)
Cultural:
(iii), (iv), (vi)
0.23 (0.57); buffer zone 12 (30) 2001 [21]
Cracow's Historic Centre Kraków, Lesser Poland,  Poland
50°4′0″N 19°57′35″E / 50.06667°N 19.95972°E / 50.06667; 19.95972 (Cracow's Historic Centre)
Cultural:
(iv)
150 (370); buffer zone 1,057 (2,610) 1978 Kraków Old Town is the historic central district of Kraków, Poland. [22][23][24][25][26]
Cultural and Historic Ensemble of the Solovetsky Islands Arkhangelsk Oblast,  Russia
65°5′0″N 35°40′0″E / 65.08333°N 35.66667°E / 65.08333; 35.66667 (Cultural and Historic Ensemble of the Solovetsky Islands)
Cultural:
(iv)
28,834 (71,250) 1992 [27]
Curonian Spit Neringa and Klaipėda district, Klaipėda County,  Lithuania* and Zelenogradsky District, Kaliningrad Oblast,  Russia*
55°16′28″N 20°57′45″E / 55.27444°N 20.96250°E / 55.27444; 20.96250 (Curonian Spit))
Cultural:
(v)
2000 [28]
Dacian Fortresses of the Orastie Mountains Hunedoara and Alba Counties (Transylvania),  Romania
45°37′23″N 23°18′43″E / 45.62306°N 23.31194°E / 45.62306; 23.31194 (Dacian Fortresses of the Orastie Mountains)
Cultural:
(ii), (iii), (iv)
1999 [29]
Danube Delta Tulcea County (Dobruja),  Romania
45°5′N 29°30′E / 45.083°N 29.500°E / 45.083; 29.500 (Danube Delta)
Natural:
(vii), (x)
1999 [30]
Early Christian Necropolis of Pécs (Sopianae) Pécs, Baranya County,  Hungary
46°4′28″N 18°13′40″E / 46.07444°N 18.22778°E / 46.07444; 18.22778 (Early Christian Necropolis of Pécs (Sopianae))
Cultural:
(iii), (iv)
3.76 (9.3) 2000 [31]
Ensemble of the Ferapontov Monastery Vologda Oblast,  Russia
59°57′0″N 38°34′0″E / 59.95000°N 38.56667°E / 59.95000; 38.56667 (Ensemble of the Ferrapontov Monastery)
Cultural:
(i), (iv)
2000 [32]
Ensemble of the Novodevichy Convent Moscow,  Russia
55°43′34″N 37°33′18″E / 55.72611°N 37.55500°E / 55.72611; 37.55500 (Ensemble of the Novodevichy Convent)
Cultural:
(i), (iv), (vi)
5.18 (12.8); buffer zone 47 (120) 2004 [33]
Fertö / Neusiedlersee Cultural Landscape Burgenland  Austria* and Győr-Moson-Sopron County,  Hungary*
47°43′9″N 16°43′22″E / 47.71917°N 16.72278°E / 47.71917; 16.72278 (Fertö / Neusiedlersee Cultural Landscape))
Cultural:
(v)
52 (130); buffer zone 40 (99) 2001 [34]
Gardens and Castle at Kroměříž
Kroměříž, Zlín Region,  Czech Republic
49°18′0″N 17°22′38″E / 49.30000°N 17.37722°E / 49.30000; 17.37722 (Gardens and Castle at Kroměříž)
Cultural:
(ii), (iv)
75 (190); buffer zone 441 (1,090) 1998 [35]
Historic and Architectural Complex of the Kazan Kremlin Kazan, Tatarstan,  Russia
55°47′28″N 49°5′42″E / 55.79111°N 49.09500°E / 55.79111; 49.09500 (Historic and Architectural Complex of the Kazan Kremlin)
Cultural:
(ii), (iii), (iv)
2000 [36]
Historic Centre of Saint Petersburg and Related Groups of Monuments Saint Petersburg,  Russia
59°57′0″N 30°19′6″E / 59.95000°N 30.31833°E / 59.95000; 30.31833 (Historic Centre of Saint Petersburg and Related Groups of Monuments)
Cultural:
(i), (ii), (iv), (vi)
1990 [37]
Historical Centre of the City of Yaroslavl Yaroslavl, Yaroslavl Oblast,  Russia
57°39′10″N 39°52′34″E / 57.65278°N 39.87611°E / 57.65278; 39.87611 (Historical Centre of the City of Yaroslavl)
Cultural:
(ii), (iv)
2005 [38]
Historic Centre of Český Krumlov
Český Krumlov, South Bohemian Region,  Czech Republic
48°49′0″N 14°19′0″E / 48.81667°N 14.31667°E / 48.81667; 14.31667 (Historic Centre of Český Krumlov)
Cultural:
(iv)
52 (130); buffer zone 1,073 (2,650) 1992 [39]
Historic Centre of Prague Prague,  Czech Republic
50°5′23″N 14°25′10″E / 50.08972°N 14.41944°E / 50.08972; 14.41944 (Historic Centre of Prague)
Cultural:
(ii), (iv), (vi)
866 (2,140); buffer zone 8,963 (22,150) 1992 [40]
Historic Centre of Sighişoara
Sighișoara, Mureș County (Transylvania),  Romania
46°13′4″N 24°47′32″E / 46.21778°N 24.79222°E / 46.21778; 24.79222 (Historic Centre of Sighişoara)
Cultural:
(iii), (v)
1999 [41]
Historic Centre of Telč Telč, Vysočina Region,  Czech Republic
49°34′49″N 15°56′31″E / 49.58028°N 15.94194°E / 49.58028; 15.94194 (Historic Centre of Telč)
Cultural:
(i), (iv)
36 (89); buffer zone 297 (730) 1992 [42]
Historic Centre of Warsaw Warsaw, Masovian Voivodeship,  Poland
52°15′59″N 21°0′42″E / 52.26639°N 21.01167°E / 52.26639; 21.01167 (Historic Centre of Warsaw)
Cultural:
(ii), (vi)
26 (64) 1980 Warsaw's Old Town was established in the 13th century. [43]
Historic Monuments of Novgorod and Surroundings Novgorod, Novgorod Oblast,  Russia
58°32′0″N 31°17′0″E / 58.53333°N 31.28333°E / 58.53333; 31.28333 (Historic Monuments of Novgorod and Surroundings)
Cultural:
(ii), (iv), (vi)
1992 [44]
Historic Town of Banská Štiavnica and the Technical Monuments in its Vicinity Banská Štiavnica and Banská Štiavnica District, Banská Bystrica Region,  Slovakia
48°27′40″N 18°54′0″E / 48.46111°N 18.90000°E / 48.46111; 18.90000 (Historic Town of Banská Štiavnica and the Technical Monuments in its Vicinity)
Cultural:
(iv), (v)
20,632 (50,980); buffer zone 62,128 (153,520) 1993 [45]
Holašovice Historical Village Reservation Holašovice, Jankov, South Bohemian Region,  Czech Republic
48°57′35″N 14°15′10″E / 48.95972°N 14.25278°E / 48.95972; 14.25278 (Holašovice Historical Village Reservation)
Cultural:
(ii), (iv)
11 (27); buffer zone 368 (910) 1998 [46]
Holy Trinity Column in Olomouc Olomouc, Olomouc Region,  Czech Republic
49°35′55″N 17°16′10″E / 49.59861°N 17.26944°E / 49.59861; 17.26944 (Holy Trinity Column in Olomouc)
Cultural:
(i), (iv)
0.02 (0.049) 2000 [47]
Hortobágy National Park - the Puszta
Borsod-Abaúj-Zemplén, Heves, Hajdú-Bihar and Jász-Nagykun-Szolnok Counties,  Hungary
47°35′40″N 21°9′24″E / 47.59444°N 21.15667°E / 47.59444; 21.15667 (Hortobágy National Park - the Puszta)
Cultural:
(iv), (v)
1999 [48]
Jewish Quarter and St Procopius' Basilica in Třebíč Třebíč, Vysočina Region,  Czech Republic
49°13′2″N 15°52′44″E / 49.21722°N 15.87889°E / 49.21722; 15.87889 (Jewish Quarter and St Procopius' Basilica in Třebíč)
Cultural:
(ii), (iii)
5.73 (14.2); buffer zone 143 (350) 2003 [49]
Kalwaria Zebrzydowska: the Mannerist Architectural and Park Landscape Complex and Pilgrimage Park Kalwaria Zebrzydowska, Lesser Poland,  Poland
49°52′0″N 19°40′0″E / 49.86667°N 19.66667°E / 49.86667; 19.66667 (Kalwaria Zebrzydowska: the Mannerist Architectural and Park Landscape Complex and Pilgrimage Park)
Cultural:
(ii), (iv)
1999 [50]
Kyiv: Saint-Sophia Cathedral and Related Monastic Buildings, Kyiv-Pechersk Lavra Kyiv,  Ukraine
50°27′9″N 30°31′1″E / 50.45250°N 30.51694°E / 50.45250; 30.51694 (Kyiv: Saint-Sophia Cathedral and Related Monastic Buildings, Kyiv-Pechersk Lavra)
Cultural:
(i), (ii), (iii), (iv)
29 (72); buffer zone 220 (540) 1990 Saint Sophia Cathedral was a cathedral temple of Kyiv in 1037-1299. [51][52]
Kizhi Pogost Medvezhyegorsky District, Republic of Karelia,  Russia
62°4′17″N 35°13′39″E / 62.07139°N 35.22750°E / 62.07139; 35.22750 (Kizhi Pogost)
Cultural:
(i), (iv), (v)
1990 [53]
Kremlin and Red Square, Moscow Moscow,  Russia
55°44′45″N 37°37′47″E / 55.74583°N 37.62972°E / 55.74583; 37.62972 (Kremlin and Red Square, Moscow)
Cultural:
(i), (ii), (iv), (vi)
1990 [54]
Kutná Hora: Historical Town Centre with the Church of St Barbara and the Cathedral of Our Lady at Sedlec
Kutná Hora and Kutná Hora District, Central Bohemian Region,  Czech Republic
49°11′0″N 15°27′0″E / 49.18333°N 15.45000°E / 49.18333; 15.45000 (Kutná Hora: Historical Town Centre with the Church of St Barbara and the Cathedral of Our Lady at Sedlec)
Cultural:
(ii), (iv)
62 (150); buffer zone 650 (1,600) 1995 [55]
Lednice-Valtice Cultural Landscape Břeclav District, South Moravian Region,  Czech Republic
48°46′33″N 16°46′30″E / 48.77583°N 16.77500°E / 48.77583; 16.77500 (Lednice-Valtice Cultural Landscape)
Cultural:
(i), (ii), (iv)
14,320 (35,400) 1996 [56]
Levoča, Spišský Hrad and the Associated Cultural Monuments Prešov and Košice Regions,  Slovakia
48°59′58″N 20°46′3″E / 48.99944°N 20.76750°E / 48.99944; 20.76750 (Levoča, Spišský Hrad and the Associated Cultural Monuments))
Cultural:
(iv)
1,351 (3,340); buffer zone 12,581 (31,090) 1993 [57]
Litomyšl Castle Litomyšl, Pardubice Region,  Czech Republic
49°52′25″N 16°18′52″E / 49.87361°N 16.31444°E / 49.87361; 16.31444 (Litomyšl Castle)
Cultural:
(ii), (iv)
1999 [58]
L'viv – the Ensemble of the Historic Centre Lviv, Lviv Oblast,  Ukraine
49°50′30″N 24°1′55″E / 49.84167°N 24.03194°E / 49.84167; 24.03194 (L'viv – the Ensemble of the Historic Centre)
Cultural:
(ii), (v)
120 (300); buffer zone 2,441 (6,030) 1998 [59][60]
Madara Rider Caballero de Madara, reserva histórico-arqueológica Nacional de Madara, Bulgaria, 2016-05-27, DD 39.jpg Madara, Shumen Province,  Bulgaria
43°18′0″N 27°9′0″E / 43.30000°N 27.15000°E / 43.30000; 27.15000 (Madara Rider)
Cultural:
(i), (iii)
1.20 (3.0); buffer zone 502 (1,240) 1979 [61]
Medieval Town of Toruń Toruń, Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship,  Poland
53°0′36″N 18°37′10″E / 53.01000°N 18.61944°E / 53.01000; 18.61944 (Medieval Town of Toruń)
Cultural:
(ii), (iv)
48 (120); buffer zone 300 (740) 1997 [62][63]
Millenary Benedictine Abbey of Pannonhalma and its Natural Environment Pannonhalma, Győr-Moson-Sopron County,  Hungary
47°33′32″N 17°47′4″E / 47.55889°N 17.78444°E / 47.55889; 17.78444 (Millenary Benedictine Abbey of Pannonhalma and its Natural Environment)
Cultural:
(iv), (vi)
47 (120) 1996 [64]
Mir Castle Complex Karelichy, Grodno Region,  Belarus
53°27′4″N 26°28′22″E / 53.45111°N 26.47278°E / 53.45111; 26.47278 (Mir Castle Complex)
Cultural:
(ii), (iv)
2000 [65]
Monastery of Horezu Horezu, Vâlcea County (Wallachia),  Romania
45°11′0″N 24°1′0″E / 45.18333°N 24.01667°E / 45.18333; 24.01667 (Monastery of Horezu)
Cultural:
(ii)
22 (54); buffer zone 57 (140) 1993 [66]
Muskauer Park / Park Mużakowski Saxony,  Germany* and Lubusz Voivodeship,  Poland*
51°34′46″N 14°43′35″E / 51.57944°N 14.72639°E / 51.57944; 14.72639 (Muskauer Park / Park Mużakowski))
Cultural:
(i), (iv)
348 (860); buffer zone 1,205 (2,980) 2004 [67]
Old City of Zamość Zamość, Lublin Voivodeship,  Poland
50°43′0″N 23°16′0″E / 50.71667°N 23.26667°E / 50.71667; 23.26667 (Old City of Zamość)
Cultural:
(iv)
75 (190); buffer zone 215 (530) 1992 [68][69]
Old Village of Hollókő and its Surroundings Nógrád County,  Hungary
47°59′40″N 19°31′45″E / 47.99444°N 19.52917°E / 47.99444; 19.52917 (Old Village of Hollókő and its Surroundings)
Cultural:
(v)
145 (360) 1987 [70]
Pilgrimage Church of St John of Nepomuk at Zelená Hora
Žďár nad Sázavou, Vysočina Region,  Czech Republic
49°34′49″N 15°56′31″E / 49.58028°N 15.94194°E / 49.58028; 15.94194 (Pilgrimage Church of St John of Nepomuk at Zelená Hora)
Cultural:
(iv)
0.64 (1.6); buffer zone 628 (1,550) 1994 [71]
Pirin National Park Pirin Mountains, Blagoevgrad Province,  Bulgaria
41°40′0″N 23°30′0″E / 41.66667°N 23.50000°E / 41.66667; 23.50000 (Pirin National Park)
Natural:
(vii), (viii), (ix)
38,350 (94,800); buffer zone 1,078 (2,660) 1983 [72]
Primeval Beech Forests of the Carpathians and the Ancient Beech Forests of Germany
Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Brandenburg, Thuringia, Hesse,  Germany*, Prešov Region,  Slovakia* and Zakarpattia Oblast,  Ukraine*
49°5′10″N 22°32′10″E / 49.08611°N 22.53611°E / 49.08611; 22.53611 (Primeval Beech Forests of the Carpathians and the Ancient Beech Forests of Germany))
Natural:
(ix)
2007 [73][74]
Residence of Bukovinian and Dalmatian Metropolitans
Chernivtsi, Chernivtsi Oblast (Bukovina),  Ukraine
48°17′48″N 25°55′29″E / 48.29667°N 25.92472°E / 48.29667; 25.92472 (Residence of Bukovinian and Dalmatian Metropolitans)
Cultural:
(ii), (iii), (iv)
8.00 (19.8); buffer zone 245 (610) 2011 [75]
Rila Monastery Rila, Kyustendil Province,  Bulgaria
42°7′0″N 23°24′0″E / 42.11667°N 23.40000°E / 42.11667; 23.40000 (Rila Monastery)
Cultural:
(vi)
11 (27); buffer zone 1,290 (3,200) 1983 [76]
Rock-Hewn Churches of Ivanovo Ivanovski skalni tsarkvi 20110714-42.JPG Ivanovo, Ruse Province,  Bulgaria
43°43′0″N 25°58′0″E / 43.71667°N 25.96667°E / 43.71667; 25.96667 (Rock-Hewn Churches of Ivanovo)
Cultural:
(i), (iii)
172 (430) 1979 [77]
Srebarna Nature Reserve 150x Srebarna, Silistra Province,  Bulgaria
44°6′51.98″N 27°4′41.02″E / 44.1144389°N 27.0780611°E / 44.1144389; 27.0780611 (Srebarna Nature Reserve)
Natural:
(x)
638 (1,580); buffer zone 673 (1,660) 1983 [78]
Struve Geodetic Arc  Belarus*,  Estonia*,  Finland*,  Latvia*,  Lithuania*,  Moldova*,  Norway*,  Russia*,  Sweden* and  Ukraine* Cultural:
(ii), (iii), (vi)
2005 [79]
Thracian Tomb of Kazanlak Kazanlak, Stara Zagora Province,  Bulgaria
42°37′0″N 25°24′0″E / 42.61667°N 25.40000°E / 42.61667; 25.40000 (Thracian Tomb of Kazanlak)
Cultural:
(i), (iii), (iv)
0.02 (0.049); buffer zone 7.09 (17.5) 1979 [80]
Thracian Tomb of Sveshtari Sveshtari, Razgrad Province,  Bulgaria
43°40′0.01″N 26°40′0.01″E / 43.6666694°N 26.6666694°E / 43.6666694; 26.6666694 (Thracian Tomb of Sveshtari)
Cultural:
(i), (iii)
648 (1,600) 1985 [81]
Tokaj Wine Region Historic Cultural Landscape
Borsod-Abaúj-Zemplén County,  Hungary
48°9′N 21°21′E / 48.150°N 21.350°E / 48.150; 21.350 (Tokaj Wine Region Historic Cultural Landscape)
Cultural:
(iii), (v)
13,255 (32,750); buffer zone 74,879 (185,030) 2002 [82]
Tugendhat Villa in Brno Brno, South Moravian Region,  Czech Republic
49°12′26″N 16°36′58″E / 49.20722°N 16.61611°E / 49.20722; 16.61611 (Tugendhat Villa in Brno)
Cultural:
(ii), (iv)
0.73 (1.8); buffer zone 2,825 (6,980) 2001 [83]
Villages with Fortified Churches in Transylvania Alba, Brașov, Harghita, Mureș and Sibiu counties (Transylvania),  Romania
46°8′9″N 24°46′23″E / 46.13583°N 24.77306°E / 46.13583; 24.77306 (Villages with Fortified Churches in Transylvania)
Cultural:
(iv)
553 (1,370); buffer zone 3,728 (9,210) 1993 [84]
Virgin Komi Forests Komi Republic,  Russia
65°4′N 60°9′E / 65.067°N 60.150°E / 65.067; 60.150 (Virgin Komi Forests)
Natural:
(vii), (ix)
3,280,000 (8,100,000) 1995 [85]
Vlkolínec Ružomberok District, Žilina Region,  Slovakia
49°2′0″N 19°17′0″E / 49.03333°N 19.28333°E / 49.03333; 19.28333 (Vlkolínec)
Cultural:
(iv), (v)
4.90 (12.1); buffer zone 321 (790) 1993 [86]
Western Caucasus Krasnodar Krai,  Russia
44°0′N 40°0′E / 44.000°N 40.000°E / 44.000; 40.000 (Western Caucasus)
Natural:
(ix), (x)
298,903 (738,610) 1999 [87]
White Monuments of Vladimir and Suzdal Vladimir and Suzdal, Vladimir Oblast,  Russia
56°9′0″N 40°25′0″E / 56.15000°N 40.41667°E / 56.15000; 40.41667 (White Monuments of Vladimir and Suzdal)
Cultural:
(i), (ii), (iv)
1992 [88]
Wieliczka and Bochnia Royal Salt Mines Wieliczka, Lesser Poland,  Poland
49°58′45″N 20°3′50″E / 49.97917°N 20.06389°E / 49.97917; 20.06389 (Wieliczka Salt Mine)
Cultural:
(iv)
969 (2,390); buffer zone 244 (600) 1978 [89][90][91][92]
Wooden Churches of Maramureş
Maramureș (Transylvania),  Romania
47°49′15″N 24°3′21″E / 47.82083°N 24.05583°E / 47.82083; 24.05583 (Wooden Churches of Maramureş)
Cultural:
(iv)
1999 [93]
Wooden Churches of Southern Little Poland Lesser Poland Voivodeship and Podkarpackie Voivodeship,  Poland
49°45′0″N 21°14′0″E / 49.75000°N 21.23333°E / 49.75000; 21.23333 (Wooden Churches of Southern Little Poland)
Cultural:
(iii), (iv)
8.26 (20.4); buffer zone 242 (600) 2003 [94]
Wooden Churches of the Slovak part of the Carpathian Mountain Area Košice, Banská Bystrica, Žilina and Prešov Regions,  Slovakia
49°20′10″N 19°33′30″E / 49.33611°N 19.55833°E / 49.33611; 19.55833 (Wooden Churches of the Slovak part of the Carpathian Mountain Area)
Cultural:
(iii), (iv)
2.56 (6.3); buffer zone 90 (220) 2008 [95]
Wooden Tserkvas of the Carpathian Region in Poland and Ukraine  Poland* and  Ukraine*
49°32′2″N 21°1′56″E / 49.53389°N 21.03222°E / 49.53389; 21.03222 (Wooden Tserkvas of the Carpathian Region in Poland and Ukraine))
Cultural:
(iii), (iv)
2013 [96]

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