Winners in Denmark

Winners in Denmark

  • Posted on: October 27, 2011
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“Every country has a windmill under its top 10 – people love windmills“, one of our (of course, Dutch) team members joked some days ago. Well, Denmark proved this joke and broke the records with three windmills in their top 10 images for Wiki Loves Monuments!

Today the Danish jury presented their winners. The selected 10 best images are the Danish contribution to the European Contest. Congratulations to the winners and thank you all for your wonderful images!

All 10 winners can be viewed on the Wikipedia project page, these are the top five:

Årsdale Mill from 1877, Svaneke, Bornholm, Denmark.

1. place: Årsdale Mill from 1877, Svaneke, Bornholm, Denmark.

Hagbølle dolmen and tumulus from the Stone Age on Langeland in Denmark.

2. place: Hagbølle dolmen and tumulus from the Stone Age on Langeland in Denmark.

Frederiksberg Palace, viewed from the lawn between the main building and the pond in the adjacent park. Frederiksberg, Denmark.

3. place: Frederiksberg Palace, viewed from the lawn between the main building and the pond in the adjacent park. Frederiksberg, Denmark.

Havnbjerg Windmill from 1835, Als, Denmark.

4th place: Havnbjerg Windmill from 1835, Als, Denmark.

 

The main building of Fruens Bøge Station from 1876. It is a train station on Svendborgbanen located in Fruens Bøge in Odense, Denmark.

5th place: The main building of Fruens Bøge Station from 1876. It is a train station on Svendborgbanen located in Fruens Bøge in Odense, Denmark.

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