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119 countries participated in the International contest Museum of the word, with a total of 22.571 microfiction stories.
•The Guinness World Record is studying the inclusion in its book of the César Egido Serrano Foundation, creator of the international contest of microfiction Museum of Word.
The III Edition of the International Microfiction competition of Museum of the word that organizes and funds the Foundation Cesar Egido Serrano have had entries from 119 countries, with a total of 22.571 microfiction stories competing for the first prize.
The microfiction stories could be presented in Spanish, English, Arabic and Hebrew. This year's slogan has been "Words and freedom", in accordance with the philosophy and objectives of the César Egido Serrano Foundation, the use of words as a tool of coexistence between cultures and different religions, to use words against violence.
The contest winner will be awarded $20,000. $2000 will be awarded for each second place runner up in the other language categories (Spanish, English, Arabic and Hebrew), Three places can be awarded to second place and will not include the country of the first prize winner.
The jury will be composed of more than 20 professors and teachers, specialists in the various languages, which will select the 600 finalists, amongst which, an international jury will determine the winner and the three runners up.
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