Commons:Wiki Loves Monuments 2015 in Armenia & Nagorno-Karabakh
In 2013, Armenia took part in Wiki loves Monuments contest for the first time. The contest was organized and coordinated in Armenia by Wikimedia Armenia. Earlier Armenian Parliament had already amended Armenian law on copyright to allow freedom of panorama in Armenia by the initiative of WMAM. Nagorno Karabakh also joined Wiki loves Monuments contest with Armenia. But as there is no FoP in Nagorno-Karabakh, it was taken photos of monuments whose architect died before 1944.
Armenia has about 25 000 state-registered monuments. Most of these are not widely known; many are hidden in forests, mountains and rocks, and some are unfortunately endangered. Armenian participants of the contest faced the challenge to find monuments in the lists, photograph them and upload them to Wikipedia Commons (for most of the participants it was their first time to contribute to any Wikimedia project).
- Armenian Wikipedia:
- main page of the contest in Armenia: Վիքին սիրում է հուշարձաններ 2015
- overview of the protected monuments in Armenia: ՀՀ պատմության և մշակույթի անշարժ հուշարձանների ցանկ
- overview of the protected monuments in Nagorno-Karabakh: ԼՂՀ պատմության և մշակույթի անշարժ հուշարձանների ցանկ
- main category: Category:Cultural heritage monuments in Armenia
How to participate?Edit
Lists of MonumentsEdit
The full list is located here.
The full list is located here (2983 monuments in total).
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