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The competition is being held in collaboration with 2019 Wiki Loves Monuments, an annual photography contest that encourages people around the world to capture pictures of edifices of historical importance and share them on Wikimedia Commons, an online repository of free-use images.
Wiki Loves Monuments asks participants to send images of listed buildings and scheduled monuments, with prizes on offer, while all those uploaded are to be shared under free licences via Wikimedia Commons, providing most of the images for Wikipedia sites around the world.
Summary: The Wiki Loves Monuments campaign is calling out to budding photographers to capture UAE landmarks
The Wiki Loves Monuments campaign, which runs throughout the month of September, has put out a call to trigger happy enthusiasts to capture landmarks and showcase Emirati cultural heritage that can be uploaded to the crowdsourced Wikipedia site.
is based on the international 'Wiki Loves Monuments' competition organised by the Wikimedia Foundation - the organisation behind Commons, a treasury of images and videos shared by users.
I first became aware of them through the Wiki Loves Monuments project, active since 2010, which had an easy-to-use map and image uploader page to encourage people to add photos of nationally registered landmarks to Wikimedia Commons.