Commons:Wiki Loves Monuments 2019 in Sweden/Results

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Here are the results from the Swedish part of the 2019 Wiki Loves Monuments. The members of the jury was Albin Larsson (Wikimedian and staff at the National Heritage Board), Audrey Leiboda (Wikimedian and staff at the National Museum of Sweden), David Castor (photographer and Wikimedian) and Jonas Hedberg (staff at the National Maritime Museum).

Winners[edit]

After ranking the remaining 18 images the jury ended up with a top three, and seven more images that moved on to the international final.

First place[edit]

Former lime kiln and harbour Norsholmen at northern Gotland.
Photograph: Arild Vågen

Second place[edit]

The baroque garden at Drottningholms palace.
Photograph: Martin Kraft

Third place[edit]

Saint Catherine church ruins in Visby, Gotland.
Photograph: Arild Vågen

Shared fourth[edit]

Round 2[edit]

In the second round the jurors rated the remaining 150 images, and theese 18 images got promoted to the final round.

Round 1[edit]

In the first round all images were randomly distributed to the members of the jury, who each gave yes or no to to their selection of 612 images. These are the 150 images (sorted alphabetically) that got a thumbs up to move on.