These are the winning pictures of the international finale of Wiki Loves Monuments! After another exciting edition, the jury completed its deliberations in February 2023, and we officially announced the winners through out social media channels today.
In 2022, from over 150.000 entries, 337 pictures were selected by the juries of the 36 national competitions to compete for the title of the winning image of Wiki Loves Monuments international 2022. For a complete overview of all nominees, winners and runners-up, please check out the Winners page on Wikimedia Commons!
A warm thank-you from the international coordination team to the international jury, the national juries and national organizers, all the photographers that submitted amazing photos that can now be used on Wikipedia, and everyone that helped make this competition possible.
This week the last upload campaigns for Wiki Loves Monuments 2022 have come to a close. While we wait for the teams and their juries to decide on their national winners, lets us take a moment to share with you the final report of the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion research that was conducted by researcher […]
As the national juries have determined their winners, it is time to select the international winners of Wiki Loves Monuments 2023. As every year, this decision is made by the members of the International Jury. The 2023 edition of the Wiki Loves Monuments International Jury is made up of a 10-person team and has Ruben Ojeda […]