Wiki Loves Monuments 2016 winners

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This gallery contains the finalists and winners of the International stage of Wiki Loves Monuments 2016.

Vincitori[modifica]

(full jury report available here: low resolution)

Finalisti[modifica]

Every participating country selected up to 10 of their best images to enter in the International round. Those were submitted to the international jury - you find them below.

Albania[modifica]

Algeria[modifica]

  • Note: a tenth image was nominated (Basilique_Notre-Dame_d'Afrique,_Alger.jpg), but was deleted afterwards.

Antartide[modifica]

Azerbaigian[modifica]

Bangladesh[modifica]

Belgio + Lussemburgo[modifica]

Brasile[modifica]

Bulgaria[modifica]

Egitto[modifica]

Francia[modifica]

Georgia[modifica]

Germania[modifica]

Ghana[modifica]

Grecia[modifica]

India[modifica]

Iran[modifica]

به فارسی

Irlanda[modifica]

Israele[modifica]

Italia[modifica]

Kosovo[modifica]

Lettonia[modifica]

Malesia[modifica]

Malta[modifica]

Marocco[modifica]

Nepal[modifica]

Nigeria[modifica]

Norvegia[modifica]

These are the contributions to the international final, see the winners in the different categories in the Norwegian competition here.

Pakistan[modifica]

Panama[modifica]

Perù[modifica]

Russia[modifica]

* The legal status of Crimea is disputed. Crimean monuments are covered by both Russian and Ukrainian contests.

Serbia[modifica]

Slovacchia[modifica]

Corea del Sud[modifica]

Spagna[modifica]

These are the 10 finalists of monuments and municipalities not available until now in Commons:

Svezia[modifica]

These are the contributions to the international final, see the winners in the different categories in the Swedish competition here.

To the international final

Thailandia[modifica]

Tunisia[modifica]

Ucraina[modifica]

Regno Unito[modifica]

Stati Uniti d'America[modifica]

Vedi anche[modifica]