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Public domain images are not copyrighted, and copyright law does not restrict their use in any way. Wikipedia pages, including non-English language pages, are hosted on a server in the United States, so U.S. law governs whether a Wikipedia image is in the public domain.Can I use images from Wikipedia on my website?
You can use (free) images from Wikipedia on your own site, or anywhere you like. You can use images that are freely-licensed images, provided you comply with the individual image' s license terms. While all article text is licensed under the GFDL, free images have several free content licenses to choose from.Can you use Wikipedia images?
Easy. The images on Wikimedia Commons are licensed in such a way that you can use them (either they are under a copyleft or liberal license, or are public domain). In many cases, you are required to attribute the rights holder. There are images on Wikipedia that are used under "fair use".What are public domain photos?
A public domain image is defined as a photo, clip art or vector whose copyright has expired or never existed in the first place. These images can be used by almost anyone for personal and commercial purposes.