Grants:PEG/WM ES/Wiki Loves Monuments Spain 2014/Report

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Activities and lessons learned




This was the fourth year of Wiki Loves Monuments in Spain. In 2011, 2012 and 2013 Wiki Loves Monuments in Spain was organized by Wikimedia Spain and Amical Wikimedia, organizing two different contests. This year (2014), it was organized only by Wikimedia Spain and the amount of images and participants did not decrease like in 2013, and the amount of participants raised from 400 to 525. Amical Wikimedia organized a writing contest during September focused on monuments of Catalan speaking regions. We decided to do a similar contest, like Umepedia Challenge, more international, and focused in monuments of Spain.

There were 15 members volunteers involved in the project:


Paradores was the main partner and sponsor of Wiki Loves Monuments 2014 in Spain

After three years, Wikimedia Spain got sponsors for Wiki Loves Monuments 2014 in Spain. We have had a little collaboration with Paradores[1] they joined the project as sponsor. The agreement included prizes for the 1st place and a new special prize, the best picture of a Parador. Note that the paradores are usually located in historic buildings like monasteries or castles and were included in the contest. The agreement included also the possibility of doing activities in a Parador, and they provide the place for the awards ceremony.

The second partner was an association, Asociación de Amigos del Camino de Santiago de Jaca (Association of friends of St. James Way in Jaca). There was a special category for the best image of a monuments on the French St. James Way in Aragon, and the three best pictures received a book batch provided por that association. These images were selected by an independent jury selected by that association and they have their own awards ceremony in Jaca.

We did not have any partner for the writing contest.

On wiki

Wiki Loves Monuments
People uploaded pictures of monuments of other countries like this one in Rome

We created the pages that the project needed on Wikimedia Commons and its categories. commons:Commons:Wiki Loves Monuments 2014 in Spain and commons:Category:Wiki Loves Monuments 2014 in Spain. We did not created new lists of monuments but still improved the lists already on Wikipedia, adding images uploaded and fixing mistakes of the lists (municipalities, addresses, names, links to articles, etc.)

On Wikimedia Commons we worked categorizing the images uploaded to the contest, and created new categories for that purpose. We check the images, and we created a category for images not belonging to cultural heritage monuments. We realized that many people uploaded images from other countries or pictures whose object was not a monument. When the images did not show a monument we used this category, and in case, the picture showed a monument from other country that participates in Wiki Loves Monuments 2014 we changed the template to include it in that contest.

We had also to fix mistakes in categories, descriptions, names or templates of the images uploaded.


We created all pages of the contest. Monuments of Spain Challenge and people (Wikimedia Spain members and other kind people) helped us translating the main pages with information to different languages. Form the original page in English, it was translated into Spanish and Catalan, and later into Asturian, Czech, Esperanto, French, Galician and Ukrainian. Categories and all pages of the contest structure were created on meta.



One of the activities was "Promote the contests online and offline (while other activities of the chapter)". The spreading of the photo contest was done thanks to different ways:

  • Banner on Wikimedia projects. This is actually the most powerful tool Wikimedia community has. Wikimedia projects have millions of visits everyday, so a banner on them provide us a great impact. The banner redirects to our web site, available in different languages. Our site was given as example of site web for Wiki Loves Monuments in the mailing list.
  • Web site (wikilmes). One of the activities listed at the grant proposal was "Preparation of photo contest website". That site web was created in 2011 but every year we try to improve it. It provides information about the prizes, partners, jury, lists of monuments in different Wikipedias, and instructions about how to participate in four languages (Spanish, English, Catalan and Galician). We thought about translate it into more languages, but the effort to keep updated it in more languages did not let us to do it. In case some volunteers join the team, we could translate it into more languages, mainly other languages spoken in Spain.
Visits to
Year Visits

  • Media campaign. A letter to medias was sent in Spanish. Besides, an e-mail to other medias who published an article about Wiki Loves Monuments in Spain last years was sent in a more personal way. We prepared a directory of Spanish medias which includes almost 900 medias and institutions. The impact was quite well, with at least 82 mentions. List of press mentions found. For instance, laSexta recorded a reportaje and showed it during its news broadcasting,[2] and also appeared in or Gathering this press mentions was done looking for them on Internet.

Press mentions about WLM in Spain[3]
Year Mentions

  • Social networks, blog and mailing lists. We realize that this kind of activities provides us a good amount of new followers and also let us say hello to other communities and in different Wikimedia projects. We also realized that most of the tweets about Wiki Loves Monuments during September 2014 were from Spain and Italy. Also the Twitter account of Marca España or several Spanish embassies twitted about Wiki Loves Monuments in Spain.

We spread the news through mailing lists, different village pumps and wikiprojects, social networks (Twitter and Facebook, for instance an event on Facebook).

Blog. We wrote different posts for our blog:
And also a post for WMF blog: Inaugural Monuments of Spain Challenge completed. 8 December 2014
This picture that ended 2nd was uploaded to Flickr
  • Flickr. Like in previous years, Wikimedia Spain created a Flickr group to gain new users or at least more and better images from Flickr users. See Flickr group for Wiki Loves Monuments 2014 in Spain. More than 10,000 images were uploaded to that group under free license. One of the activities written at the grant was "Transfer material from Flickr to Commons", so, later we uploaded those files to Wikimedia Commons. We had a problem to upload that huge amount of images in a few days, but finally we could. There were also people who uploaded their pictures without a code, under a non-free license or changed the license after the contest. We had to send them flickr mails to solve those issues. The image that ended in 2nd place was uploaded to that group.

Users of Flickr in Wiki Loves Monuments in Spain
Year Users

Images of Flickr in Wiki Loves Monuments in Spain
Year Images

Members of Flickr group of Wiki Loves Monuments in Spain[4]
Year Members

  • Spreading at other WMES activities
Presentation of WLM Spain 2014 during the 10th Anniversary of Asturian Wikipedia in Oviedo

Wikimedia Spain presented the contest in the different activities we did during September. For example, during the 10th Anniversary of Asturian Wikipedia in Oviedo or the First edit-a-thon at the National Library with the National Library, The Real Academia Española and Instituto Cervantes and a huge impact and amount of participants and attendants, or a meet-up in Vila-real.[5]


The spreading of the Monuments of Spain challenge was different. We did not get a global banner, the most powerful tool to spread the word. Then, we left a message in all villages pumps of different Wikipedias. The issues learned from this can be read at the report of this activity.[6] We used also mailing lists, blogs and social networks.

Jury and selection of winners


Other activities planned were "Selection of the jury", "Selection of top 10 and winners of special categories" and "Nomination of winners (both, photo and writing contest)".

The jury for Wiki Loves Monuments 2014 in Spain had five members, selected by the organization. They were a mix of people related with Wikimedia, photography and monuments. One of them, Kadellar was also their coordinator. The other were Fedaro, Jacinto Heredia, 19Tarrestnom65 and JM Valde, a photographer. They divided the total amount of pictures among them, with the condition that every picture should be revised by at least two members, and each one provided a selection. However, some of them decided to see all the pictures.

Before publishing Wiki Loves Monuments winners, Wikimedia Spain published the 100 finalists. That provides the opportunity of showing them on social networks and the participants can look for their pictures among finalists. The jury had to select the winners from a total of 23,614 images. commons:Category:Images from Wiki Loves Monuments 2014 in Spain. The jury selected also the winners of the special category for Paradores, from a total of 261 images commons:Category:Imágenes de Paradores de Turismo para Wiki Loves Monuments 2014.

The ten finalists were:

There were also different special prizes and honorable mentions. Best image of a Parador and 4 honorable mentions, and the best image of St. James Way and two second prizes. The jury for St. James Way selected the winners from a total of 104 images. commons:Category:Imágenes del Camino de Santiago en Aragón para Wiki Loves Monuments 2014.

At the international contest, two images of Spain were selected for the top 10. commons:Wiki Loves Monuments 2014 winners.

Results of the Challenge

The article of Santiago Cathedral was edited in ten languages
Report of the Monuments of Spain Challenge in English. This provides a complete information about languages, articles, Wikidata elements, etc.

The results of the challenge can be read at the complete report on meta.[6] We had to check all articles and all points of all participants. Many participants added templates or infoboxes with a lot of empty fields; many bytes that did not provide information. We deleted this fields to get a more accurate result. The final rank was published after being checked.

Participants in Wiki Loves Monuments Spain
Year Participants

Images uploaded for Wiki Loves Monuments Spain
Year Images uploaded

Awards ceremony and sending prizes

Token image to thank people who participated or helped in the Monuments of Spain Challenge. Also creating this, where to leave, or decide which languages use was a complicated issue.

This year there were an awards ceremony at the Parador of Alcalá de Henares, a city near Madrid. The Parador is located at the St. Thomas Convent. The agreement with Paradores provide us a very interesting place to hold the ceremony. Wikimedia Spain invited the first ten prizes and the special prizes of Paradores and St. James Way. The ceremony was attended by the winners of 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 5th, 7th, 8th places and the winner and honorable mention of the special prize of Paradores. Other winners could not attend. We offered transport and hotel (150 € max. for the three first winners, but only one needed it).

The ceremony had also a talk about Wikimedia Commons given by Diego Delso, winner and the contest, and the user with more QI on Wikimedia Commons. That talk was given also at Wikimania London 2014. The attendants could have lunch together. At least other four members of Wikimedia Spain attended the event from Madrid.

Before of that we sent e-mails to all winners and collected their data. At the ceremony the prizes and certificates were given, but for those who did not attend the event, we sent them by mail.

For the challenge we had to write an e-mail to every winner and asked them their data. The problem came when we did not received the data from one of the winners of WLM and one of the challenge. We thought that it was fair wait for them, and then we created a long delay. When the data were send to WMF because they have to send the items, they need the telephone numbers and we did not collect them. So, we had to start again. Some winners were upset because the long delay.

Lessons learned

What worked well?
After 2013, when the amount of participants and images decreased, we could stop the diminution of participants and images, with a great result. Also the medias gave us a good coverage. We are happy with the quality of the images and their use in the projects. Many people of Wikimedia Spain were involved in different tasks, and that helped us to be strong and learn our weaknesses and strengths. Also this activity let us to say hello in many projects and introduce us, and some new members joined the chapter and are now working in other projects. We got our first partners. We can say that a long therm project could tire people, but in this case, a long therm contest let it become established.
The Monuments of Spain Challenge had a great result in articles, languages and users. We learned from that. There are a more exhaustive list of lessons from the Challenge in the report (p. 14-15).[6]
What didn't work?
We had problems to upload more than 10,000 pictures of Flickr to Wikimedia Commons, but finally we succeeded.
Sending items of Wikimedia. As we explained before there were several issues.
Jury changed the method used in 2013 looking a best result like in 2012 and that created a bit confusion.
There were very few volunteers at the beginning and we could not apply some new ideas.
What would you do differently if you planned a similar project?
Defining deadlines for answers of the winners, that let us send the prizes before without waiting too much.
The list of items to edit in the writing contest was very large. Maybe a smaller list of items for a challenge could be better, and less weeks. Mainly if the revision is done by only one person.
We should start the project before. We learned it and we did it for Wiki Loves Earth 2015 in Spain.
Maybe a survey for the participants would give us more information about how to increase participation and quality. And workshops linked to the contest[7] or Wikiexpeditions / Wiki Takes could help to get more participants. Also contacting more institutions and associations. These ideas were included last year but we could not apply, mainly because the project was started by few people.

Learning patterns


Outcomes and impact



Provide the original project goal here.
The overall purpose of WLM is to increase the material related to monuments with a free license on Wikimedia Commons and improve the quality and increase the amount of articles about Spanish monuments in different languages in Wikipedia. With the scope that we are asking funding for we want to finance the cost of the awards to the contest winners.
The prizes are a stimilus to increase the amount of people participating in the contest and sowith increase the amount of material in Wikimedia Commons that can be used in different articles and the articles on Wikipedia, along with new contributors to the Wikimedia movement, or increase the participation of former or current users or editors. At the same time and without charge of the WMF there is a widen online promotion of the contest and the Wikimedia projects in Spain.
Did you achieve your project goal? How do you know your goal was achieved? Please answer in 1 - 2 short paragraphs.
Yes. The amount of material related to monuments under free license on Wikimedia Commons was increased in 23,614 images. These images let editors increase the quality of articles; 1,624 images are already used and there are 131 Featured Images or Quality Images on Wikimedia Commons. The quality and quantity of articles about Spanish monuments was also increased. Thanks to the Challenge 2,179 articles were created or improved in 37 languages.
The promotion of Wikimedia projects in Spain was achieved. There were 82 press mentions and more than 3,000,000 visits to the web site. There were 525 participants in the photo contest, many of then new users.

Progress towards targets and goals

For Wiki Loves Monuments (photo contest)

Project metrics

Project metrics Target outcome Achieved outcome Explanation
Amount of photos uploaded in the contest within Spain: success is over 5,000 files. 23,614[8] We got more images than the target, a 472% more. We can not forecast how many people will partcipate and how many pictures they will upload. For example, one user in Flickr, Turol Jones, uploaded c. 8,000 images, Enfo uploaded more than 4,108, AdriPozuelo 1,391 and Carlospalacios 921. So, only four participants uploaded c. 15,000 images of a total of 23,000 (c. 65%). Imagine that those users would have not participated, then the total of images would be "only" 8,000.
Amount of single users participating in the contest: success is over 200. 525 Our outcome was better than the original target. More than 262% higher. But we could not do an explanation, like before. Maybe the press mentions helped us.
Amount of articles in the Wikimedia projects using this material after 6 months: success is 100. 832 That figure was provided by GLAMorous before, but not since some months ago. This figure was provided by Platonides
Amount of new users: success is over 20. We are not able to provide this figure I do not have this figure. We will try to get it.
Amount of photos used on wikimedia projects after 6 months: success is over 200 1,624[9] We achieved our target. 812% higher.
Amount of mentions in press or other web sites: success is over 10 82[10] 820% more than the original target.

For Monuments of Spain Challenge (writing contest)[6]

Project metrics

Project metrics Target outcome Achieved outcome Explanation
Amount of total participants: success is over 25 46
Amount of total new articles: success is over 150 2,037
Amount of improved articles: success is over 50 142
Amount of different languages edited: success is over 10 37 Why some languages were used and not others is a mystery for us, because we spread the word in every language.

Global Metrics


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  1. Next to each required metric, list the actual outcome achieved through this project.
  2. Where necessary, explain the context behind your outcome. For example, if you were funded for an edit-a-thon which resulted in 0 new images, your explanation might be "This project focused solely on participation and articles written/improved, the goal was not to collect images."

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For Wiki Loves Monuments 2014 in Spain (photo contest)
Metric Achieved outcome Explanation
1. # of active editors involved 525 489 on Wikimedia Commons (plus Superzerocool who uploaded the images from Flickr, so 490), plus 36 contributors who uploaded their pictures to Flickr
2. # of new editors We do not have this figure. But many users who uploaded few pictures are new users.
3. # of individuals involved 12 Listed at the beginning
4. # of new images/media added to Wikimedia articles/pages 1,624 1,624 are the total image usages according to GLAMorous. There are 1,153 distinct images used (4.87% of all images of category)[9][11]
5. # of articles added or improved on Wikimedia projects 0 Photo contest
6. Absolute value of bytes added to or deleted from Wikimedia projects (for Wiki Loves Monuments) 58447.6 MB[12] Megabytes added as images to Wikimedia Commons

For Monuments of Spain Challenge (writing contest)
Metric Achieved outcome Explanation
1. # of active editors involved 46
2. # of new editors 0 People involved in that project were already Wikipedia editors.
3. # of individuals involved 3 And more people who helped doing translations of pages of the contest
4. # of new images/media added to Wikimedia articles/pages 0 Writing contest
5. # of articles added or improved on Wikimedia projects 2,179 2,179 articles created or improved in different languages of Wikipedia. 2,037 of them were new articles.
6. Absolute value of bytes added to or deleted from Wikimedia projects (Monuments of Spain Challenge) 15,266,479 bytes[13] Bytes added thanks to the writing contest
Learning question
Did your work increase the motivation of contributors, and how do you know?
We think so. Without Wiki Loves Monuments many people will not upload their pictures on Wikimedia Commons, or on Flickr under a free license. e can see that the amount of pictures is very high and the amount of participants raised this year in comparison to 2013. We realized that users not members of Wikimedia Spain helped us improving lists or using images on Wikipedia, or categorizing images on Wikimedia Commons. There are people who are waiting this contests to help Wikipedia, and they do not care about prizes.

Additional metrics

  • Another metrics can be the amount of Featured, Quality and Valued images. It is true that many pictures with a good quality were not presented to this process because many users, and of course new or user who only participate in this kind of projects are not interested in that or do not know about it.
    • Featured images from WLM Spain 2014: 8 (0.03%[14])
    • Quality images from WLM Spain 2014: 123 (0.52%[15])
    • Valued images: 2 (0.01%[16])
Featured Images
Year Images

Quality Images
Year Images

Valued Images
Year Images

  • Cost per image and participant. According to Grants:Evaluation/Evaluation reports/2015/Wiki Loves Monuments, "Wiki Loves Monuments implementations generated an average of nearly 4,000 uploads and cost around $25 USD per participant and $0.90 USD per upload." In this case, Wiki Loves Monuments 2014 in Spain generated more than 23,000 uploads and cost around $1.59 USD or 1.42 € per participant and $0.0354 USD or 0.0316 € per upload. The cost per distinct used image was 0.64 € or $0.72 USD, versus an average of $6.31 USD in 2014 in Wiki Loves Monuments.[17]
  • Images of Paradores: 261
  • Images of St. James Way in Aragon: 104



What impact did this project have on WMF's mission and the strategic priorities?

Option A: How did you increase participation in one or more Wikimedia projects?

  • The increase of participation was not very high because this kind of competitions recruits new contributors whose participation is limited to the event, or their retention is low.

Option B: How did you improve quality on one or more Wikimedia projects?

  • Option B: We could identify Wiki Loves Monuments as a stand-alone photo competitions with no integration activities (Lower impact potential), but in this case it had an integration activity like the writing contest. The high amount of images, their use on many Wikimedia projects like Wikipedias in several languages, and the amount of Featured and Quality images could be a signal of improving the quality of the information provided in Wikimedia projects. We can add also the Monuments of Spain challenge, a topic-specific online writing competition, with a Higher impact potential. The high amount of new articles and improved articles, that can use also images from Wiki Loves Monuments improved the quality in 37 Wikipedias, mainly in Punjabi, Hindi, Vietnamese, Spanish, Catalan, Urdu or Tamil, mostly of them spoken in countries located in the "Global South".

Option C: How did you increase the reach (readership) of one or more Wikimedia projects?

  • Option C: Wiki Loves Monuments 2014 in Spain increased reach of Wikimedia projects, because it had an impact in society thanks to a high amount of press mentions, some of them in important medias. Also the impact in social networks could be kept in mind.

Reporting and documentation of expenditures


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Number Category Item description Unit Number of units Actual cost per unit Actual total Budgeted total Currency Notes
1 Awards Tablet Nexus 7 32 GB Wiki 1 Package 0 0 0 260.00 EUR We don't buy any Tablet for this prize because we got "Paradores" as sponsor and they provided us the item for this prize
2 Awards External Hard Disk Drive 2 Tb 2.5" 1 HD 2 Tb 1 109.00 109.00 111.00 EUR There was a confusion and we bought an External Hard Disk Drive 3 Tb 3.5" instead of 2 Tb 2.5", but the winner agreed
3 Awards External Hard Disk Drive 1 Tb 2.5" 1 HD 1 Tb 2 58.39 (59.99 / 56.79) 116.78 110.00 EUR We bought the HD at different places, so they had different prices
4 Awards and gifts Book "Wikipedia de la A a la W" 1 Book 18 11.88 213.84 225.00 EUR
5 Certificates Printout of certificates 1 Certificate 18 7.85 36.00 EUR Some certificates were printed at home by WMES members and they didn't provide their expenses
6 Internet Domain and web hosting for site 1 Domain 1 5.69 5.69 15.00 EUR
7 Shipping Shipping to up to 18 persons 1 shipment 18 39.88 90.00 EUR
8 Shipping Shipping to up to 11 persons 1 shipment 0 0 165.00 EUR Items will be send by WMF as we agreed
9 Awards ceremony Lunch for winners and volunteers 1 Lunch 1 86.90 0 X EUR Approved by WMF at the discussion of the grant.
10 Awards ceremony Train tickets 1 trip 2 35.60 71.20 X EUR Approved by WMF at the discussion of the grant. From Albacete to Madrid and from Madrid to Albacete for one of the winners
11 Awards ceremony Hotel 1 night 1 42.00 42.00 X EUR Approved by WMF at the discussion of the grant. Hotel in Alcalá de Henares for one of the winners.
12 Awards ceremony Trip to Alcalá de Henares 1 km 202 0.19 38.38 X EUR Approved by WMF at the discussion of the grant. Travel from San Lorenzo de El Escorial to Alcalá de Henares and return for one volunteer.
12 Awards ceremony Trip to Alcalá de Henares 1 km 72 0.19 13.68 X EUR Approved by WMF at the discussion of the grant. Travel from San Sebastián de los Reyes to Alcalá de Henares and return for one volunteer.
Total project budget (from your approved grant submission)
1164.00 EUR
Total amount requested from WMF (from your approved grant submission, this total will be the same as the total project budget if PEG is your only funding source)
1164.00 EUR
Total amount spent on this project
745.20 EUR
Total amount of Project and Event grant funds spent on this project
745.20 EUR
Are there additional sources that funded any part of this project? List them here.
  • Paradores was a sponsor for the contest and provided us two present boxes. Each box provide two nights for two people in a "Parador". One of them was given to the First prize, the other to the winner of the special category of the contest for the best picture of a Parador. Each box was valued in c. 300 €.
  • Paradores let us the Parador de Alcalá de Henares to host the awards ceremony and provided snacks and drinks. We don't know the cost of that.
  • The Asociación de Amigos del Camino de Santiago de Jaca gave prizes and celebrated another awards ceremony for the best pictures of the Camino de Santiago (French Way) in Aragon.
  • WMF provides items for the writing contest.
  • Some certificates were printed by volunteers and they didn't provide us how much they cost and they didn't ask for it.

Remaining funds

Remaining funds have been used or will be used for other approved mission-aligned activities. This use has been requested in writing and approved by WMF.
Are there any grant funds remaining?
Answer YES or NO.
Please list the total amount (specify currency) remaining here. (This is the amount you did not use, or the amount you still have after completing your grant.)
418.80 EUR
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We want to use them for Grants:PEG/WM ES/Wiki Loves Monuments Spain 2015 (new grant request)


  2. Video included
  3. 2011: commons:Commons:Wiki Loves Monuments 2011 in Spain/Media
    2012: commons:Commons:Wiki Loves Monuments 2012 in Spain/Media. That year a picture of Spain was in 2nd place, and at least 23 mentions were because of that.
    2013: commons:Commons:Wiki Loves Monuments 2013 in Spain/Press mentions
    2014: Commons:Commons:Wiki Loves Monuments 2014 in Spain/Press mentions
  4. 2011; 2012; 2013; 2014
  5. See activities of WMES during August and September at Wikimedia chapters/Reports/Wikimedia España/2014-07-08 and Wikimedia chapters/Reports/Wikimedia España/2014-09-10.
  6. a b c d Report in English of the Monuments of Spain Challenge
  7. Some talks and workshops are being done for Wiki Loves Earth Spain 2015.
  8. According to commons:Category:Images from Wiki Loves Monuments 2014 in Spain, but according to GLAMorous they were 23,661. According to there were 23,588
  9. a b
  10. commons:Commons:Wiki Loves Monuments 2014 in Spain/Press mentions
  11. According to Grants:Evaluation/Evaluation reports/2015/Wiki Loves Monuments, about 13% of media contributed through the examined Wiki Loves Monuments contests have already been used. But we thought that 4.87% after six months and after four years of this project could be fine. For 2013 images this % is 10.19%, 17,27% for 2012, and 23,74% for 2011. Then, we could say that time is an important factor for this figure.
  13. File:Report and maps MoSC 2014 EN.pdf
  14. The average according to Grants:Evaluation/Evaluation reports/2015/Wiki Loves Monuments is also 0.03%
  15. The average according to Grants:Evaluation/Evaluation reports/2015/Wiki Loves Monuments is 0.8%
  16. The average according to Grants:Evaluation/Evaluation reports/2015/Wiki Loves Monuments is 0.2%
  17. Using