Wikipedia:Historical archive/Friends of Wikipedia

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This page lists external sites that feature links to Wikipedia. External sites whose content is drawn (solely or partially) from Wikipedia are listed here.

Portals of all sorts

General search engines and web portals (English language)
General search engines and web portals (other languages)
Encyclopedias, encyclopedia search engines, and general educational link sites
Other specialized search engines and web portals
Best of... websites

Press coverage

Press coverage in English
Press coverage in non-English languages

"Content" websites

Computer-related content websites
Education
History
Arts
Games
Literature
Philosophy
Religion
Science and technology
Health and Wellness
Social sciences (government, politics, geography, etc.)
Animals and Nature

Weblogs and discussion forums

Technology weblogs (English)
Technology weblogs (non-English)
Other public weblogs and news-of-the-web pages
Personal weblogs
Mentions on mailing lists (with web-based archives) and online discussion pages
Recent mentions on Usenet newsgroups

Other websites

Personal home pages and personal bookmark pages
September 11 pages
College course pages
Other wikis
Websites using Wikipedia articles
Miscellaneous

So join them!

Webmasters: if you have linked to Wikipedia, please do add your website below, under the appropriate category. Please list your website only once. If there is no appropriate category, either create one or put it under "Miscellaneous." Feel free to use one of our Wikipedia banners and logos. We'd appreciate any help building Wikipedia membership. Note that while we review our referrer logs and update this page accordingly, we typically add only those websites that have sent us a relatively substantial amount of traffic. So there are many more websites that link to Wikipedia that we have not listed.

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See also

  • Wikipedia:Testimonials for positive opinions others have expressed about Wikipedia, on Wikipedia itself and elsewhere.