Serbia’s finalists kept in tension

Serbia’s finalists kept in tension

  • Posted on: November 1, 2012
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Although all national jury decisions have to be complete by today to let the international jury do their job, several countries decided to keep the results under embargo and organize an award ceremony later to publish the national winners. Serbia, the next country of our world finalists tour, decided for a happy medium: The 10 finalists are published, but it’s still a secret which of the images will be top three. They will be awarded in a ceremony at a Wiki Loves Monuments exhibition in mid-November.

Serbia organized Wiki Loves Monuments for the first time in 2012, and the jury had to make their choice from almost 3900 images, uploaded by more than 150 participants.

Well, we can only guess: who of the following images will make it to a national winner? The order is completely random. Good look for all of them for the international finals!

Medieval town of Koznik near Brus, by Mladen Tošev

Medieval town of Koznik near Brus, by Mladen Tošev

3rd place:  Ruins of the medieval Catholic church of Arač (Aracs) near Novi Bečej, by Gstamenko

Ruins of the medieval Catholic church of Arač (Aracs) near Novi Bečej, by Gstamenko

Church of Saint Apostles Peter and Paul near Novi Pazar, by Pavle Marjanovic

Church of Saint Apostles Peter and Paul near Novi Pazar, by Pavle Marjanovic

 Petrovaradin Fortress, Novi Sad, by Aleksić Ivan

Petrovaradin Fortress, Novi Sad, by Aleksić Ivan

Statue of the Victor in Kalemegdan, Belgrade, by Неда Ковачевић

Statue of the Victor in Kalemegdan, Belgrade, by Неда Ковачевић

Relief on the sculpture of Prince Michael in Belgrade, by Krumb77

Relief on the sculpture of Prince Michael in Belgrade, by Krumb77

Finalist: The Royal Palace in Belgrade, by Jablanov

The Royal Palace in Belgrade, by Jablanov

The underground of the Petrovaradin Fortress, Aleksandar Miskov

The underground of the Petrovaradin Fortress, Novi Sad, by Aleksandar Miskov

Kalemegdan Fortress, by Joksimus

Kalemegdan Fortress, Belgrade, by Joksimus

Ceiling of the church near the White Palace in Belgrade, by Rburg87

Ceiling of the church near the White Palace in Belgrade, by Rburg87

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Elke was member of the international team in 2012. More information available here: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Commons:Wiki_Loves_Monuments_2012/Who%27s_who

2 Comments

  1. Snezana Gencic · November 6, 2012

    Kalemegdan Fortress, Belgrade, by Joksimus
    IS THE BEST!

  2. Radu · November 9, 2012

    Great image