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The results for Wiki Loves Folklore Photographic competition has been declared. Please visit the Results page to see the winning files.
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Welcome to Wiki Loves Folklore!
(The 2020 iteration of Wiki Loves Love)

Introduction to Wiki Loves Folklore

Wiki Loves Folklore (Meta-Wiki: Wiki Loves Folklore) is an international photographic contest organized by Wikimedia community to document folk cultures in different regions of the world. Wiki Loves Folklore is continuation of Commons:Wiki Loves Love 2019 project with the theme of folk culture.


This photography contest is focused on folk culture of different regions on categories, such as, but not limited to, folk dances, folk music, folk activities, folk games, folk cuisine, folk wear, folklore and tradition, including: ballads, folktales, fairy tales, legends, traditional song and dance, folk plays, games, seasonal events, calendar customs, folk arts, folk religion, mythology etc. You can check out some other suggestions and examples in our Category page.


  • Hīehste mēd: GR$ 400
  • Ōþere mēd: GR$ 300
  • þridde mēd: GR$ 100
  • 15 hīehsta mēda: GR$ 10 ēalc
  • Betst unstill biliþ and betst sweg mēda: GR$ 25 ēalc
  • Hīehst macia biliþes: GR$ 50
  • Wiki Loves Folklore Postcards to top 500 Uploaders
  • T-shirts and Certificates to International Team

(Disclaimer: Prizes to be dispersed in gift card or voucher format.)


  • February 1–29, 2020
  • Start for submissions: February 01, 2020 00:01 (UTC)
  • Deadline for submissions: February 29, 2020 23:59 (UTC)
  • Results Declaration: Declared on June 10, 2020 at Commons:Wiki Loves Folklore 2020/Winners (Note: With the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, there has been delay in the original timeline which has been revised)


Folk culture by country, Folk art, Chinese fortune telling, Folk dance, Europeade, Folk festivals, Folklore, Folk games, Gavari, Folk groups, Folk magic, Folk museums, Folk music, Newweling, Folk religion, Traditional music, Traditional songs, Folk wrestling.

Examples for photos that can be sent in

Folklore People and Activities

Folc Fōda

Folk Dances

Folc Frēols

Folc Drēamcræft

Folc Gescirplan

Hwæt nyllan wē onfōþ?

Pornograficu and ungerādu biliþ, liste (for folcriht), and swā forþ.

Winnende Menn

Þǣr aron 18 winnende biliþ, 1 winnende unstille biliþ, 1 winnende swēg and 1 mēd fōr se mann þe macaþ māste biliþ.

Where to ask questions?

The primary place for questions or suggestions is the talk page (Use the language you prefer, we love diversity and will find a solution to help you whatever the language you prefer to use).