The Kremlin


The Moscow Kremlin is the most ancient city center. For the whole world it’s not only the symbol of Moscow but of all Russia. The history of the Kremlin is inseparably connected with the history of capital and formation of Moscow as a center of Russian State system.


“Moscow has been on the Russian land for nine centuries and seems not to sense its ancient age, it faces the future more then the past. But there’s a place in Moscow where each period of its centuries-old history, each turn of its complicated destiny left a scar. This place is the Moscow Kremlin...”


In 1990 the architectural art ensemble of the Moscow Kremlin together with the adjacent Red square was included into the List of UNESCO worldwide heritage. From 1991 the state preserve of history and culture “The Moscow Kremlin” is at work. Its complex includes the following museums and objects: Armory Chamber, Cathedral of the Annunciation, Cathedral of the Archangel, Cathedral of the Assumption, the Patriarch’s chambers, Church of the Deposition of the Robe, Ivan the Great Bell Ensemble, Sobornaya square, “Archeology of the Moscow Kremlin” collection.


The Kremlin is the residence of Russian Federation President.



16.05.2019 CME Credits Update

The scientific programme is accredited with 14 WPA Education credits (14 CME).

Foreign participants will receive WPA Educational Credits Certificates via e-mail.


24.01.2019 The deadline for the submission of abstracts has been extended

Dear colleagues,
Hereby we are informing you that, in accordance with the decision of the Organizing
Committee of the international conference “Centenary of community based psychiatry:
Landmarks and Perspectives”, 
the deadline for the submission of abstracts has been extended until March 01, 2019 (inclusive).
The abstract submission section will be available in your personal account after
The conditions for abstract submission are also described in your personal account.


01.06.2018 Electronic pre-registration opened.

Call for papers

Scientific Committee invites you to contribute with an article on the organization of community-based mental care in your country. The collection of articles will be published as a book that aims to reflect current situation in community-based mental care in different countries over the globe (details on publication terms and conditions will be provided shortly). The language of publication is English.
If you would like to contribute with the article, please, contact [email protected] for further instructions. Please, provide information regarding your name, your country, professional position and affiliations in the covering letter.