European Story competition winners announced

The European Commission has announced the winners of the European Story competition.

The first prize goes to Ramūnas Butė from Czech Republic, for the photo ‘Changes Happened’, the second prize is for Marcin Pawlikowski from Poland, for the photo ‘Do not disconnect wagons’ and the third prize goes equally to Georgios Stavrinos from Cyprus for the photo ‘Mobility’ and to Daniel Alvito from Portugal for the photo ‘We are all one’.

For two weeks residents from the 28 EU Member states had the chance to submit their pictures showcasing the richness and diversity of their stories.

Find out more:

http://europa.eu/citizens-2013/news/european-story-competition-winners-revealed

https://apps.facebook.com/theeuropeanstory/contests/330324/voteable_entries?view_entries=1

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