Abstract: in recent decades, the concept of “heritage” has acquired a slightly different, more expanded meaning. If fifty years ago, world heritage objects were considered solely as monuments, or buildings, fortifications, they are usually presented separately, without any connection with the landscape that surrounds them. First changes have affected the interaction and coexistence of humanity with these objects, and it is such a set that can be recognized as a heritage. Obvious examples of this approach are the objects of cultural heritage of the Republic of Tatarstan, because the Kazan Kremlin, the Cathedral of Sviyazhsk, and the Bulgarian historical and archaeological complex are the consequence of such an expansion of the concept of heritage, during which there is inevitably a large-scale increase in the range of types of structures and places considered as heritage. It should be mentioned that the UNESCO world cultural and natural objects management plan are a mandatory guide for objects which are an integrated planning document that defines the goals, objectives, measures for the effective protection, preservation and sustainable development of heritage objects.
Keywords: UNESCO, world cultural heritage, management plan, management, Republic of Tatarstan