Wiki Loves Monuments

Wooden house wins in the Netherlands

on Nov 08, 2011

At the annual Wikimedia Conferentie Nederland the winners for Wiki Loves Monuments 2011 in the Netherlands were announced. No windmills or tulips, but it is something wooden: A wooden house on the island Marken.

This is the second time we organized Wiki Loves Monuments in the Netherlands. Last year we got an amazing number of photo (12.000) and this year we even surpassed that number with over 13.000 submitted photos. The jury found a lot of high quality photos and selected the most appealing ones. Photos with not just the technical quality, but some extra: Something that makes you remember the photo.


Grotewerf 21 en 22 in Marken

Grotewerf 21 en 22 on Marken. Author: Harm Joris ten Napel. License: CC-BY-SA-3.0

Veld A-7 van de Joodse begraafplaats van Diemen.

Field A-7 of the Jewish cemetery in Diemen. Author: Frederik Balhuizen. License: CC-BY-SA-3.0

De Hege wier van Beetgum

The "Hege wier" of Beetgum. Author: S. Hoogsteen. License: CC-BY-SA 3.0

De Sint-Nicolaaskerk en begraafplaats op Vlieland.

Church of St Nicholas and cemetery on Vlieland. Author: Theodoor Schipper. License: CC-BY-SA 3.0

Baarhuis op de begraafplaats van Ouderkerk aan de IJssel.

Morgue on the cemetery of Ouderkerk aan de IJssel. Author: A. van Alphen. License: CC-BY-SA-3.0

Coachpraatje bij de Muntbrug in Utrecht.

Coach talking with his team near the Muntbrug in Utrecht. Author: E. Dronkert. License: CC-BY-3.0

Zetel van het Hoogheemraadschap van Delfland in Delft.

Seat of the water board of Delfland in Delft. Author: Boserma. License: CC-BY-SA

De Dromedaris met bocht in de rivier in Enkhuizen.

The Dromedaris with bend in the river in Enkhuizen. Author: Suyari. License: CC-BY-SA-3.0

Stadhuis van Maastricht.

The city hall of Maastricht. Author: Pieter Hoogland. License: CC-BY-SA-3.0

De Cereolfabriek in Utrecht.

The Cereolfabriek in Utrecht. Author: Akites. License: CC-BY-SA-3.0