Slovak Wikipedia

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Slovak Wikipedia Main Page on 28 August 2008
Slovak Wikipedia Main Page on 28 August 2008
Type of site
Internet encyclopedia project
Available in Slovak
Headquarters Miami, Florida
Owner Wikimedia Foundation
Commercial No
Registration Optional

The Slovak Wikipedia (Slovak: Slovenská Wikipédia) is the edition of Wikipedia in the Slovak language. It was started on before 23 September 2003,[1] only becoming active in the summer of 2004. It cleared the 15,000-article mark in September 2005 and the 50,000-article mark in August 2006 and the 100,000 article mark in August 2008. The Slovak Wikipedia has over 170,000 articles as of 28 March 2012. It cleared the 200,000-article mark on 5 February 2015. The Slovak Wikipedia is among the largest Slavic-language Wikipedia editions. There are many short bot-generated articles in the Slovak Wikipedia.


In 2019 the Slovak Wikipedia has 70 thousand unique categories. The average article in this language version has 4 categories, while number of unique categories per articles ratio is 0.308. The largest number of articles has Geography (28%) and Science (14%) category. In Slovak Wikipedia articles related to Crime and Events has the highest average quality. Content about Crime is read more often and has the highest authors' interest on average.[2]


External links

  • (in Slovak) Slovak Wikipedia
  • (in Slovak) Slovak Wikipedia mobile version (homepage not yet configured)


  1. ^ Hlavná stránka
  2. ^ Lewoniewski, Włodzimierz; Węcel, Krzysztof; Abramowicz, Witold (2019). "Multilingual Ranking of Wikipedia Articles with Quality and Popularity Assessment in Different Topics". Computers. 8 (3). doi:10.3390/computers8030060. Retrieved 25 August 2019.

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