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Lenskie Stolby Natural Reserve Is the UNESCO World Heritage Site
3.07.2012 14:19
Lenskie Stolby Natural Reserve Is the UNESCO World Heritage Site
Lenskie Stolby are now a UNESCO site

The unbelievably beautiful, "Gothic" mountains, the remains of mammoths and old Turk writings, and the sand dunes in the middle of taiga - this is the Lenskie Stolby Natural Park and Reserve situated along the banks of the Lena River in Yakutia.

      The decision to include Lenskie Stolby on the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites was made on July 1st, 2012 at the World Heritage Commission's session in St. Petersburg. At the same time, the Commission did not include the ancient Kremlins of Russia located in Pskov, Astrakhan and Uglich.

      In the past we have already written about this beautiful and majestic area, so why not find out what to do in Yakutia and Lenskie Stolby




Author: Julia Shuvalova

Tags: Russian regions Russian travel UNESCO World Heritage Sites Yakutia Lenskie Stolby 

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