|UNESCO World Heritage Site|
|Location||Ural Mountains, Komi Republic, Russia|
|Criteria||Natural: (vii), (ix)|
|Inscription||1995 (19th Session)|
|Area||2,645,800 ha (10,215 sq mi)|
|Buffer zone||650,000 ha (2,500 sq mi)|
The Virgin Komi Forests is a large woodland in the northern part of the Ural mountain range, in Russia. The forests are part of the Komi Republic of Russia. The forests cover an area of 32,800 square kilometres (12,700 sq mi) and are the largest virgin forests in Europe.