‘Wiki Loves Monuments’ Ten Best pictures fromPakistan

'Wiki Loves Monuments' for Pakistan

California based non-profit organization Wikimedia Foundation, who also runs Wikipedia, launched first ever ‘Wiki Loves Monuments’ for Pakistan. According to Guinness World Records ‘Wiki Loves Monuments’ is the biggest competition of photography in the world.

In the 2014 contest over 8,750 contestants form 41 countries took part in it and they submitted more than 308,000 pictures during the month of September. 700 Pakistanis participated in this contest from Pakistan. These photographers submitted 12,000 photographs under free license allowing pictures to be re-used by anyone or even be used for commercial purposes. Though, the re-user must provide credit to the original photographer.

The national and international winners have not been announced yet, however, the jury in Pakistan has chosen 10 best photos submitted from Pakistan and they are going to be sent for the next round.

These images are indeed breath taking let’s have a look on them and cherish the beauty of Pakistan.

Noor Mahal in Bahawalpur. —Photographed by Muhammad Ashar

Noor Mahal in Bahawalpur. —Photographed by Muhammad Ashar

Wazir Khan Mosque in Lahore. —Photographed by Shagufta Karim

Wazir Khan Mosque in Lahore. —Photographed by Shagufta Karim

Pakistan Monument in Islamabad. —Photographed by Abdul Baqi

Pakistan Monument in Islamabad. —Photographed by Abdul Baqi

Lahore Fort in Lahore. —Photographed by Rohaan Bhatti

Lahore Fort in Lahore. —Photographed by Rohaan Bhatti

Tomb of Dai Anga in Lahore. —Photographed by Muhammad Ashar

Tomb of Dai Anga in Lahore. —Photographed by Muhammad Ashar

Shah Jahan Mosque in Thatta. —Photographed by Ovais Waraich

Shah Jahan Mosque in Thatta. —Photographed by Ovais Waraich

Tomb of Jahangir in Lahore. —Photographed by Sohaib Tahir

Tomb of Jahangir in Lahore. —Photographed by Sohaib Tahir

Tomb of Bibi Jawindi in Uch Sharif. —Photographed by Shah Zaman Baloch

Tomb of Bibi Jawindi in Uch Sharif. —Photographed by Shah Zaman Baloch

Faisal Mosque in Islamabad. —Photographed by Ali Mujtaba

Faisal Mosque in Islamabad. —Photographed by Ali Mujtaba

Derawar Fort in Bahawalpur. —Photographed by Ali Mir

Derawar Fort in Bahawalpur. —Photographed by Ali Mir

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