Winners in Denmark

Winners in Denmark

“Every country has a windmill under its top 10 – people love windmills“, one of our (of course, Dutch) team…
Winners in Germany

Winners in Germany

At Sunday evening the jury announced the winners of Wiki Loves Monuments in Germany, along with the 100 best images…
Winners in Portugal

Winners in Portugal

João Martinho, with a photo of the Carmo Church in Lisbon was the Portuguese winner of Wiki Loves Monuments. The…
New users win in Poland

New users win in Poland

The Polish Wiki Loves Monuments jury gathered on Saturday, October 15, to decide about the results of the Polish edition…
Winners in Sweden

Winners in Sweden

After a tough jury work, where more than 5000 pictures has been evaluated back and forth against each other, the…
Wiki took Cologne!

Wiki took Cologne!

One day, 9000 monuments: no chance? The Cologne Wikipedia crowd and our sponsor Pausanio called Cologne citizens to action and…
Special award for Pyrenees-Mediterranean

Special award for Pyrenees-Mediterranean

Wiki Loves Monuments has a range of prizes at different levels: local, national or European. The Euroregion Pyrenees-Mediterranean proposes another different possibility:…

Wiki takes the City

There are monuments everywhere, and it is quite simple to participate! However, it is of course much more fun to…
European Heritage Days

European Heritage Days

Monuments are exciting to see from the outside - but once a year a whole lot of monuments opens up,…
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