[Wiki Loves Monuments] Most photographed monuments

Ynhockey ynhockey at gmail.com
Tue Oct 9 18:41:44 UTC 2012

Thank you for the awesome tool!
Can you make a GET variable that lets us also display monuments with no
photos? Or any other convenient way to do this?
(If not that's OK ;) )

—Yan (Ynhockey).

On Tue, Oct 9, 2012 at 4:17 PM, Platonides <platonides at gmail.com> wrote:

>  Yesterday, Platonides wrote:
> Several people have asked me for a way to view the most photographed
> monuments.
> This tool is now implementedhttp://toolserver.org/~platonides/wlm/monuments.php
> The most photographed monument from all countries* is Colombian 06-050,
> with more than 2000 photos. Although that identifier spans the old sector of the
> city of Tunja, so it's not really fair to compare it with 'conventional monuments' with
> are a statue or a building.
> As counting the number of photographs gives too weight to a big uploaders
> (single users sending
> hundreds of photos of the same monument) and large monuments (those where
> you take a lot
> of photos eg. Versailles > Eiffel Tower), I implemented a second mode,
> using instead the number of
> photographers.
> And the worldwide winner is... Indian Monument N-UP-A28-a, also known as
> Taj Mahal, of which
> 114 different users uploaded a photo in Wiki Loves Monuments 2012.
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