Wiki Loves Monuments

Photo contests

2022

Wikipedia

Wiki Loves Monuments

Photo contests

2022

WIKI LOVES MONUMENTS - Donate a picture for cultural heritage

Wiki Loves Monuments (WLM) is an annual international photo contest initiated and organized by the Wikipedia community. Photographers who love cultural and architectural monuments have been participating since 2011. Annually in September, now for the twelfth time, Wikipedia is looking for the best photos of built cultural heritage.

The Wiki Loves Monuments photo competition is realized in more than 40 countries. With more than one million files uploaded to the Wikipedia media archive Wikimedia Commons every year, the competition is considered the world's largest photo award. Germany is once again participating in WLM 2022, and the best photos from Germany will be submitted to the international jury, thus being introduced in many countries.

An overview of the German monument lists in Wikipedia is shown on a map, which was with data provided by the respective state monument offices and municipalities. Wiki Loves Monuments aims to get as many good photos of cultural and architectural monuments as possible for the Wikipedia under the free creative commons licenses.

Photo contest
Wiki Loves Monuments Germany 2022
Upload phase: September 1 to 30, 2022

www.wikilovesmonuments.org

Press material

Press photos

WIKI LOVES MONUMENTS Germany 2021

  • Wiki Loves Monuments Deutschland 2021
    1. Platz:
    Luftaufnahme des Schlosses Langenburg im Landkreis Schwäbisch Hall
    Foto: Matthias Süßen, CC BY-SA 4.0
    https://w.wiki/5Z2c
  • Wiki Loves Monuments Deutschland 2021
    2. Platz:
    Fachwerkhaus Bergstraße 60 in Goslar
    Foto: Martin Kraft, CC BY-SA 4.0
    https://w.wiki/5Z2d
  • Wiki Loves Monuments Deutschland 2021
    3. Platz:
    Fassade des Corbusierhauses in Berlin-Charlottenburg
    Foto: Matthias Süßen, CC BY-SA 4.0
    https://w.wiki/5Z2e
  • Wiki Loves Monuments Deutschland 2021
    4. Platz:
    Luftaufnahme von der Altenburg in Bamberg
    Foto: Reinhold Möller, CC BY-SA 4.0
    https://w.wiki/5Z2f
  • Wiki Loves Monuments Deutschland 2021
    5. Platz:
    Fassade des Palmschen Hauses am Marktplatz in Mosbach im Neckar-Odenwald-Kreis
    Foto: Roman Eisele, CC BY-SA 4.0
    https://w.wiki/5Z2g
  • Wiki Loves Monuments Deutschland 2021
    6. Platz:
    Bogenbrücke über dem Ludwig-Donau-Main-Kanal in Wendelstein-Röthenbach bei Sankt Wolfgang im Landkreis Roth
    Foto: Derzno, CC BY-SA 4.0
    https://w.wiki/5Z2h
  • Wiki Loves Monuments Deutschland 2021
    7. Platz:
    Decke der Alten Nationalgalerie in Berlin-Mitte
    Foto: T meltzer, CC BY-SA 4.0
    https://w.wiki/5Z2i
  • Wiki Loves Monuments Deutschland 2021
    9. Platz:
    Arkadengang in der Alten Münze in München
    Foto: Mölchlein, CC BY-SA 4.0
    https://w.wiki/5Z2k
  • Wiki Loves Monuments Deutschland 2021
    8. Platz:
    Kirchwarft auf Hallig Hooge
    Foto: Matthias Süßen, CC BY-SA 4.0
    https://w.wiki/5Z2j
  • Wiki Loves Monuments Deutschland 2021
    10. Platz:
    Luftaufnahme vom Schloss Weißenstein in Pommersfelden im Landkreis Bamberg
    Foto: Reinhold Möller, CC BY-SA 4.0
    https://w.wiki/5Z2m