Abstract(#br)This review continues the previous articles (I. Haiduc, J. Coord. Chem ., 71(#br), 3139 (2018) and J. Coord. Chem ., 72(#br), 35 (2019)), which discussed the structures with nitrogen-donor species (atoms and molecules) acting as centers in inverse coordination complexes. i.e. metal compounds which display an arrangement of acceptor and donor sites opposite to that occurring in conventional coordination complexes. This review is Part 1 of a work which introduces the topology of inverse coordination complexes with organic nitrogen heterocycles, and presents a panorama of five-membered rings and covers pyrazole, imidazole, triazoles, tetrazole, pyrrole, oxadiazole, thiadiazole, azaphospholes, and smaller rings.