Out of more than 230,000 submissions from nearly 7,700 participants, fifteen winning images were announced today in the eleventh annual Wiki Loves Monuments photography contest.

Thirteenth place winner of the 2020 Wiki Loves Monuments competition. Photo by Teodoro Corbo, CC BY-SA 4.0.

Which English Wikipedia entries got the most views this year? Here’s the top 25.

Lieutenant (junior grade) Natasha McClinton, a surgical nurse, prepares a COVID-19 patient for a procedure in intensive care. Image by Sara Eshleman/U.S. Navy, public domain.


Photo of an Indonesian bull race is crowned after a multi-round vote by thousands of volunteer contributors from around the globe.

Photo by Rodney Ee/”eastcoastrod”, CC BY 2.0.


Out of more than 200,000 submissions, fifteen winning images were announced today in the tenth Wiki Loves Monuments photography contest.

The second-place winning image. Photo by Morteza Salehi, CC BY-SA 4.0.

Which English Wikipedia entries got the most views this year? Here’s the top 25.

Billie Eilish. Photo by crommelincklars, CC BY 2.0.


Photo by Zack McCune/Wikimedia Foundation, CC BY-SA 4.0.

How do you define “play”? These photographers set out to answer that question.

Photo by Marco Gualazzini, CC BY-SA 4.0.

Photo by Sailesh Patnaik, CC BY-SA 4.0.

The selection comes after a months-long process with votes from thousands of volunteer editors.

First place: The evolution of a tornado. This photo montage actually contains eight different images. Photo by Jason Weingart, CC BY-SA 4.0.

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