Suzdal is a town and the authoritative focus of Suzdalsky District in Vladimir Oblast, Russia, situated on the Kamenka River, 26 kilometers north of the city of Vladimir, the regulatory focal point of the oblast. As of the 2010 Census, its populace was 10,535. Suzdal is one of the most seasoned Russian towns. In the 12th century it turned into the capital of the realm, with Moscow being just one of its subordinate settlements. These days Suzdal is the littlest of the Russian Golden Ring towns with populace of around 10,000, however is a noteworthy vacationer attraction. Several of its landmarks are recorded as UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
The main business in the town is the travel industry. Suzdal kept away from the industrialisation of the Soviet occasions and could protect an extraordinary number of dazzling instances of the Russian engineering of the 13th to 19th century. There are 305 landmarks and recorded structures in Suzdal, including 30 houses of worship, 14 ringer towers and 5 religious communities and cloisters. 79 of them are governmentally ensured structures and 167 are provincially secured. In 1992 two of the landmarks Savior Monastery of St Euthymius and Kremlin with Nativity of the Virgin Cathedral were incorporated into the UNESCO World Heritage List, together with six other White Monuments in this district.