Wikipedia:Most-wanted articles

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This page lists articles that did not exist but which had incoming links from 20 or more other articles.

Note that "What links here" counts the number of pages in all namespaces that link to a given target, but this listing counts the number of pages in the main namespace only, including links from articles via templates. It does not include templates themselves. These are dealt with separately at Wikipedia:Templates with red links. See also Wikipedia:Requested articles.

Note that subjects listed here might not necessarily meet our notability guidelines; if you are going to create an article on a subject listed here, please assess the subject's notability before creating the article.

Most-wanted articles

May 2016 list

This list shows the most commonly redlinked titles. Links arising from the template namespace are ignored, as are titles containing " of ", " in " and " at the ". Some links appear because a template does an existence test to determine whether to Wikilink a parameter.

1–100

101–200

201–300

301–400

Previously listed

1–100

101–200

201–300

301–400

<year> in sumo

1950s
1960s
1970s
1980s

List of <anything>

football clubs in <country>
mammals of <place>
ship decommissionings in <year>
companies of <place>
diplomatic missions (in/of) <place>
channels on UPC Romania
museums in <country>
islands of <place>
<country>-related topics
butterflies of <country>
Other

Older sets of results can be found at Wikipedia:MWA/old

Creating

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See also

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