The city of Vladimir is one of the oldest Russian cities; it has preserved a large number of monuments of ancient architecture. In the XII-XIII centuries Vladimir was the capital of the mighty Vladimir-Suzdal principality.
The historical center of Vladimir is an outstanding monument of the Russian architecture. The most important monuments from the XII to the XX century are concentrated here. A special place is taken by the unique monuments of white-stone architecture - The Golden gate, Uspensky and Dmitrievsky cathedrals, which were included into UNESCO's World Heritage List.
The ancient town of Suzdal is a gem among the cities of the Golden Ring. The town is considered as a Russian cultural national treasury. Suzdal is often referred to as an open-air museum for the amount of old buildings that have been preserved and the lack of industrialisation. Several sights are protected by UNESCO as the White Stone Monuments of Vladimir and Suzdal. Highlights include the Spaso-Yefimiev Monastery, which is now a museum, and the museums of the kremlin. In addition there are another four monasteries in the city.
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