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Pakistani stands tall at World's largest photography contest
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Pakistanis stand proud at World’s largest photography contest

The world’s largest online photography competition, Wiki Loves Monuments, has finally concluded the list of top 10 participants that includes three Pakistani photographers.

Wiki Loves Monuments 2016 drew 277,365 entries from 10,748 participants, making it the largest group of submissions in any photography competition.

The submissions of the competition intended to highlight the beauty and diversity of different parts of the world. It honours the natural landscape, lush greenry, and architectural masterpieces sprawled across the globe.

Here are the top 10 winners of this competition, with Pakistanis definitely ruling the category. There is no doubt that these geniuses with cameras have made us extremely proud.

District court of Berlin by Ansgar Koreng:Pakistani stands proud at World's largest photography contest
Royal Albert Hall by Colin:Pakistani stands proud at World's largest photography contest
Perch Rock Lighthouse by Richard J Smith:Pakistani stands proud at World's largest photography contest
Castle of Torrechiara by Lara Zanarini:Pakistani stands proud at World's largest photography contest
Wat Arun by BerryJ:Pakistani stands proud at World's largest photography contest
Pakistan Monument by Muhammad Ashar:Pakistani stands proud at World's largest photography contest
Palácio do Planalto by Gastão Guede:Pakistani stands proud at World's largest photography contest
Tomb of Bibi Jawindi by Usama Shahid:Pakistani stands proud at World's largest photography contest
Roman Catholic Church by Volodka22:Pakistani stands proud at World's largest photography contest
Darawar Fort by Tahsin Shah:

Pakistani stands proud at World's largest photography contest

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