You may recollect the Wiki Loves Monuments yearly photography rivalry that has been occurring in Pakistan throughout the previous two years.
The current year’s opposition was bolstered by the Wikimedia Foundation, a California-based charitable association that runs Wikipedia, for the third time. It is likewise bolstered by Unesco through its Unite4Heritage battle, propelled to make a worldwide development to defend legacy.
Pakistan turned into the nation with the seventh-biggest number of entries and members, as 370 picture takers partook and 11,000 photos were submitted (70 for every penny of them by Ibn-e-Azhar, a MBA graduate). For the worldwide 2016 release, 10,500 contenders from 43 nations submitted 265,000 photographs during the time of September.
The opposition plans to enhance delineations in Wikipedia articles about Pakistani social and truly noteworthy properties. It protects the world’s social legacy locales by urging individuals to take their photos and transfer them to Wikipedia under a free permit.
The universal victors of Wiki Loves Monuments 2016 are yet to be reported, yet the main 10 pictures to speak to Pakistan as chose by Pakistan’s jury are beneath:
1. Tomb of Bibi Jawindi in Uch Sharif
2. Derawar Fort in Bahawalpur
3. Badshahi Mosque in Lahore
4. Rohtas Fort in Jhelum
5. Pakistan Monument in Islamabad
6. Minar-i-Pakistan in Lahore
7. Faisal Mosque in Islamabad
8. Wazir Khan Mosque in Lahore
Also, read our writer Aliya’s blog on Wazir Khan Mosque HERE.