Vote for the Wiki Loves Monuments 2013 winner

WWI Monuments: Vote Now

The Wiki Loves Monuments 2013 competition closed on 30 September. With more than 370,000 submissions coming from 50 different countries, it has been a huge success, surpassing its own record set last year. The winners of the international photo competition will be announced in early December, but before that it’s up to you to vote for the best entry in the Europeana sponsored category – First World War related pictures.

The Europeana team has shortlisted 25 photographs from the 2,500 submissions. Now you can decide who our overall winner is going to be. We’ve posted the best entries on the Europeana 1914-1918 Facebook page – so vote for your favourite! Every ‘like’ counts as a vote. Spread the word and help us pick the Europeana Loves Wiki Loves Monuments 2013 winner!

So, vote now for the Europeana Loves Wiki Loves Monuments entry you love the most. Be quick – voting will close Wednesday 13 November.

All images via Wikimedia Commons (CC-BY-SA).

01 – The Mourring Mother by Walter Allward. Jean-Pol GRANDMONT, CC-BY-SA
02 – Basorelief al Mausoleului Eroilor de la Mateias. Eena, CC-BY-SA
03 – Union Buildings Pretoria, PHParsons, CC-BY-SA
04 – Château de Versailles au coucher du soleil en 2013, Lionel Allorge, CC-BY-SA
05 – Château de Versailles au coucher du soleil en 2013 (detail), Lionel Allorge, CC-BY-SA
06 – Château du Haut-Kœnigsbourg, Marion Timperley, CC-BY-SA
07 – Cimitirul ostașilor germani, ElenaLoredana, CC-BY-SA
08 – Cross of Sacrifice, Tyne Cot Cemetery, Passendale, Davidh820, CC-BY-SA
09 – Cloth Hall and Belfry in Ypres, Davidh820, CC-BY-SA
10 – Fort Doaumont Beobachtungspanzerstand, Superikonoskop, CC-BY-SA
11 – Freedom Park, Leo za1, CC-BY-SA
12 – Freiberg Zug-Mahnmal der Kriegsopfer, Bybbisch94, CC-BY-SA
13 – Gefallenendenkmal Schonungsberg Rahnsdorf, Marcus Cyron, CC-BY-SA
14 – IJzertoren WWI monument, Diksmuide, Davidh820, CC-BY-SA
15 – India Gate from Rajpath at Night, Budhesh, CC-BY-SA
16 – Mausoleu Judetul Arges,  Eena, CC-BY-SA
17 – Memorial at Verdun, Hans A. Rosbach, CC-BY-SA
18 – Memorials on Plymouth Hoe, Nilfanion, CC-BY-SA
19 – Monte Piana Monument Dolomites Italy, Anais Goepner Melendez, CC-BY-SA
20 – Monte Piana Piece of ordinance Dolomites Italy, Anais Goepner Melendez, CC-BY-SA
21 – Gare de Metz-Ville, Johan Bakker, CC-BY-SA
22 – Staszkówka, cmentarz wojenny, Lollencja, CC-BY-SA
23 – Stone of Remembrance, Tyne Cot Cemetery, Davidh820, CC-BY-SA
24 – Vue aérienne du domaine de Versailles, ToucanWings, CC-BY-SA
25 – Melaten Soldatengrab, Geolina163, CC-BY-SA

3 thoughts on “Vote for the Wiki Loves Monuments 2013 winner

  1. Dear Europeana,
    there are no authors of those marvelous pictures mentioned which is both required by CC licence and good practice. Also the picture names are not displayed properly as some non latin characters are missing. Please correct it.

    1. Hi Marek, Thanks for your comment and apologies for the oversight with the credits. We have added them in to the post. Best wishes.

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