Commons:Photo challenge/2017 - February - Multilingualism
2017 – February – MultilingualismEdit
The new challenge features Multilingualism, signs, documents and activities in more than one language. Photos concerning more than two languages or rare languages are especially welcome.
Ideally, each submission should contain a summary description of the subject in the file information, including the location of the subject, and relevant categories should be added to the files to enable other Commons users to find them and use them. Please take care not to violate copyright in respect of non-free creative works, and observe our educational project scope and the personality rights of identifiable people, or your files may be subject to deletion.
The challenge will remain open for submissions throughout February UTC.
Checklist for this theme:
- Photographs must be the work of the nominator.
- Photographs must be newly uploaded to Commons during the challenge submission period i.e. February 2017 UTC (but may have been taken earlier).
- Submissions must be added to the top of the Entries section below.
- Please do not nominate lots of similar photos; instead choose just your best and most varied images.
Add your entry between the <gallery> tags as indicated. Gallery entries are placed each on a new line, and consist of the filename, a vertical bar |, and a description. For example:
Electric steam iron.jpg|An electric steam iron
For help on the syntax of entries in a gallery see Help:Gallery tag. Please do not add square brackets [[ ]] or include a thumb parameter or the full URL. The File: prefix is not required, but harmless.
- Restriction: A maximum of four entries can be submitted per photographer.
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- Multilingual backpack SMILE.jpg
Backpack with the verb SMILE in English, French, Russian, Portoghese, German, Dutch, Spanish, Chinese, Italian and Greek
A bilingual sign that someone didn't take a liking to. This sign welcomes visitors to the bilingual Canton of Fribourg and was originally written in French ("Pays de Fribourg") and German ("Freiburgerland"). The German portion has been smeared over by vandals. The location of the sign is in the French-speaking part of the Canton, near the border to the Canton of Vaud.
Das Staatswappen der Union der Sozialistischen Sowjetrepubliken von 1958 bis 1991 aus Mineralien und hielt im Natursteine Museum in St. Petersburg. Russland. Slogan "Proletаrien alle Länder, vereinigt euch" in 15 Sprachen über die Zahl der Unionsrepubliken. Russisch, Aserbaidschan, Armenisch,Weißrussisch , Georgisch, Kasachisch, Kirgisisch, Lettisch, Litauisch, Мoldauischen , Tadschiken, Turkmenen, Usbeken, Ukrainisch, Estnisch.