Wiki Loves Monuments 2015 winners

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This gallery contains the finalists and winners of the International stage of Wiki Loves Monuments.

Vincitori[modifica]

Finalisti[modifica]

Every participating country selected the 10 best images to enter in the International round. Those should be chosen before 1 November.

Albania & Kosovo[modifica]

Albania[modifica]

Kosovo[modifica]

Algeria[modifica]

Armenia & Nagorno Karabakh[modifica]

Austria[modifica]

Azerbaigian[modifica]

Brasile[modifica]

Bulgaria[modifica]

Egitto[modifica]

Estonia[modifica]

Francia[modifica]

  1. a b c Special prizes does not count for the international WLM prize

Germania[modifica]

Iran[modifica]

Irlanda[modifica]

Israele[modifica]

Italia[modifica]

For the descriptions, see the file page. The reasons for selection have been written by the jury: Settimio Benedusi, Attilio Lauria, Uwe Ommer.

Lettonia[modifica]

Repubblica di Macedonia[modifica]

Malesia[modifica]

Messico[modifica]


Norvegia[modifica]

Pakistan[modifica]

Romania[modifica]

Russia[modifica]

Slovacchia[modifica]

Sudafrica[modifica]

Spagna[modifica]

Special prizes (not eligible for international contest)[modifica]

Finalist images[modifica]

Svezia[modifica]

Buildings
Ancient monument
Ships
Working life museums
Best set of photos of one object[1]

16 images of steam ship S/S Storskär.
Fotografia: Arild Vågen
Licenza: CC-BY-SA-4.0

  1. Does not count for the international WLM prize

Thailandia[modifica]

Tunisia[modifica]

Below are the top registered monuments from the Tunisian WLM 2015 competition.

Ucraina[modifica]

See also[modifica]