The first Wiki Loves Monuments competition was held in 2010 in the Netherlands. The next year it spread to other countries in Europe and according to the Guinness Book of Records, the 2011 edition of the Wiki Loves Monuments broke the world record for the largest photography competition. In 2012, the competition was extended beyond Europe, with a total of 35 participating countries and 350,000 uploaded photographs of cultural heritage sites. By 2013 Wiki Loves Monuments had spread to over 50 countries across six continents including Antarctica.
In 2014, Wiki Loves Monuments was organised in 39 countries including Pakistan. Pakistan has become the third South Asian country after India and Nepal to take part in Wiki Loves Monuments. The 2015 edition has seen more than 6,200 contestants participating from 33 countries.
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