Wiki Loves Monuments (WLM) is an annual international photographic competition held during the month of September, organized worldwide by Wikimedia chapters, groups, and local Wikipedia volunteers. People take photos of monuments, upload those to Wikimedia Commons, and then they can be used in Wikipedia and elsewhere. According to the Guinness Book of Records, the 2011 edition of the Wiki Loves Monuments broke the world record for the largest photography competition. In 2013, the Wiki Loves Monuments competition was held across six continents including Antarctica and had official participation from more than fifty countries around the world.
There are lots of historic and archaeological monuments in all participating countries. The goal of Wiki Loves Monuments is to encourage people to take pictures of those monuments and to put them under a free license so that others may access them through the internet. This year's local competition is supported and organized by the Global Open Initiative Foundation.
Join us contribute free-licensed photographs of cultural heritages in Ghana.
All entries must be your own work All photos must be uploaded within September 2019, to be eligible All photos must be licensed CC BY-SA 4.0 Participants must have an active email account, if the organizers wish to contact
How to participate
Prepare your photos of any [in Ghana] Name your photos well Use our Upload Button at the top ORClick here to upload as many as you can Share your upload success on social media with our hashtags: #WLMGhana #WLM2019. And wait patiently for the results! All the best!