Wiki Loves Monuments is a federative contest, and therefore each contestant is able to win prizes in their respective national contest. Please take a look at these more specific websites for more details. You can find a list of the national contests in the sidebar to the right of the page.
The national juries will nominate photos for the international contest, which has its own jury and awards.
There are five prizes available for the international contest: one scholarship (travel grant) with a maximum value of €2000 for Wikimania (August 2017, Montreal, Canada), two €1000 cash prizes, and two €500 cash prizes. The top 5 winners of the international contest will be asked one-by-one to choose one of the remaining prizes.
On top of the general prizes, this year we also have a special category prize for the highest scoring European winner in the international level. The photographer will receive a printed copy of his/her winning photo signed by Placido Domingo, the president of Europa Nostra. For this special category prize, a photo is considered from Europe if the photo is taken from a monument in one of the countries listed by the Council of Europe.