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===Wikivoyage News Network (WNN)===
*Title: [https://en.wikivoyage.org/wiki/User:Sapphire Banana Republic Loves Wikivoyage]
*Author: Sapphire Foo
*Published: 9 April 2013
*Excerpt: 
:''"Wikivoyage is the single greatest guide," President Mujumbu of San Serriffe declared today.''

2022Edit

The GuardianEdit

ALLONS-Y: Wiki Voyage [sic] lists 23 locations visited by fictional Phileas Fogg in Jules Verne's Around the World in Eighty Days. No 1 is London, England. But which of the four railway stations on the UK edition of Monopoly is not served by the London Underground?
ALLONS-Y: Wiki Voyage [sic] lists 23 locations visited by fictional Phileas Fogg in Jules Verne's Around the World in Eighty Days. No 2 is Paris, France. But what is the current height of the Eiffel Tower according to its official website?
ALLONS-Y: Wiki Voyage [sic] lists 23 locations visited by fictional Phileas Fogg in Jules Verne's Around the World in Eighty Days. No 3 is Turin, Italy. But when did Turin host the Winter Olympics?
ALLONS-Y: Wikivoyage lists 23 locations visited by fictional Phileas Fogg in Jules Verne's Around the World in Eighty Days. No 4 is Brindisi, Italy. But which of these famous Roman roads is said to have eventually terminated there?
ALLONS-Y: Wiki Voyage [sic] lists 23 locations visited by fictional Phileas Fogg in Jules Verne's Around the World in Eighty Days. No 5 is Suez, Egypt. But roughly how long is the Suez Canal?
ALLONS-Y: The website Wikivoyage lists 23 locations visited by the fictional Phileas Fogg in Jules Vernes’ novel Around the World in 80 Days. No 6 is Aden, Yemen. But what is the name of the ancient construction used to channel rainwater into drinking water for the city?
ALLONS-Y: Wikivoyage lists 23 locations visited by fictional Phileas Fogg in Jules Verne's Around the World in Eighty Days. No 7 is Mumbai, India. But which coast of India is it on, east or west?
ALLONS Y: Wikivoyage lists 23 locations visited by fictional Phileas Fogg in Jules Verne's Around the World in Eighty Days. No 8 is Prayagraj, India. It sits on the confluence of the Yamuna and which major river?
ALLONS Y: Wikivoyage lists 23 locations visited by the fictional Phileas Fogg in Jules Verne's Around the World in Eighty Days. No 9 is Kolkata, India. But it is the capital of which Indian state?
ALLONS-Y: The website Wikivoyage lists 23 locations visited by fictional Phileas Fogg in Jules Verne's novel Around the World in Eighty Days. No 10 is Singapore. The city-state hosted the first ever floodlit F1 night-time grand prix. When?
AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 DAYS: The Wikivoyage website lists 23 locations visited by the fictional character Phileas Fogg in the Jules Verne novel, none of which he travelled to via a hot air balloon. No 11 is Hong Kong. But which of these river systems does the city lie nearest to?
AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 DAYS: The website Wikivoyage lists 23 locations visited by fictional Phileas Fogg in Jules Verne's novel, none of them by hot air balloon. No 12 is Shanghai, China. But, reputed to be the fastest regular passenger train service in the world, how many stations does the Shanghai maglev train serve?
AROUND THE WORLD IN EIGHTY DAYS: The website Wikivoyage lists 23 locations visited by fictional Phileas Fogg in Jules Verne's novel, none of them by hot air balloon. No 13 is Yokohama, Japan. But which year did Yokohama Stadium host the Rugby World Cup Final?
ALLONS-Y: The website Wiki Voyage [sic] lists 23 locations visited by the fictional Phileas Fogg in Jules Verne's novel Around the World in Eighty Days. No 14 is San Francisco, but when did construction start on the Golden Gate bridge?
ALLONS-Y: The website Wikivoyage lists 23 locations visited by fictional Phileas Fogg in Jules Verne's novel Around the World in Eighty Days, none of them by hot air balloon. Number 15 is Salt Lake City, Utah, US. But which year did Salt Lake City host the Winter Olympics?
ALLONS-Y: Wiki Voyage [sic] lists 23 locations visited by fictional Phileas Fogg in Jules Verne's Around the World in Eighty Days, none of them by hot air balloon. No 16 is Medicine Bow, Wyoming, US. But what was the nickname of the famous dinosaur skeleton unearthed nearby?
ALLONS-Y: Wikivoyage lists 23 locations visited by fictional Phileas Fogg in Jules Verne's Around the World in Eighty Days, none of them by hot air balloon. No 17 is Fort Kearny, Nebraska, US. It is pretty much in the middle of nowhere. But which US river does it sit next to?
ALLONS-Y: Wikiyoyage lists 23 locations visited by fictional Phileas Fogg in Jules Verne's Around the World in Eighty Days, none of them by hot air balloon. No 18 is Omaha, Nebraska, US. Omaha was one of the beach codenames on D-Day. Which of these four WASN'T?
ALLONS-Y: Wikivoyage lists 23 locations visited by fictional Phileas Fogg in Jules Verne's Around the World in Eighty Days, none of them by hot air balloon. No 19 is Chicago, Illinois, US. Chicago hosted the first ever televised debate between US presidential candidates. Who?
ALLONS-Y: The website Wikivoyage lists 23 locations visited by the fictional Phileas Fogg in Jules Verne's novel Around the World in Eighty Days, none of them by hot air balloon. No 20 is New York, New York, US. So good they named it twice. But what was it originally called?
ALLONS-Y: The website Wikivoyage lists 23 locations visited by fictional Phileas Fogg in Jules Verne's novel Around the World in Eighty Days, none of them by hot air balloon. No 21 is Cobh, Ireland. In 1912 the Titanic set sail from the port there. But, pre-independence, what British royalist name did the town have when she set off?
ALLONS-Y: The website Wikivoyage lists 23 locations visited by the fictional Phileas Fogg in Jules Verne's novel Around the World in Eighty Days, none of them by hot air balloon. No 22 is Dublin, Ireland. But which of these is an Irish name for that city?
ALLONS-Y: The website Wikivoyage lists 23 locations visited by fictional Phileas Fogg in Jules Verne's novel Around the World in Eighty Days, none of them by hot air balloon. No 23 is Liverpool, England. In 2008 it was named as what?
ALLONS-Y: The website Wikivoyage lists 23 locations visited by fictional Phileas Fogg in Jules Verne's novel Around the World in Eighty Days. But obviously he also had to get home again, so number 24 is London once more. Which of these is the Latin motto on the coat of arms of the City of London?

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Daily BhaskarEdit

International Business Times TravelerEdit

  • Title: Wikipedia Launches Travel Web Site: Wikivoyage.org
  • Author: Vittorio Hernandez
  • Published on 17 January 2013
  • Link: [1]

ABC.esEdit

  • Title: Wikipedia lanza Wikivoyage, una enciclopedia de viajes
  • Author: J.M.S.
  • Published on 17 January 2013
  • Link: [2]

WebProNewsEdit

  • Title: Wikimedia Foundation Launches Wikivoyage Travel Guide
  • Author: Chris Crum
  • Published on 16 January 2013
  • Link: [3]

News PakistanEdit

  • Title: Wikipedia launches a traveling guide
  • Author: Farasat Ali
  • Published on 16 January 2013
  • Link: [4]

New EuropeEdit

  • Title: Wikipedia launches travel guide Wikivoyage
  • Author: Nerea Rial
  • Published on 16 January 2013
  • Link: [5]

ZDNetEdit

  • Title: Wikipedia start gratis reisgids
  • Author: Rowald Pruyn
  • Published on 16 January 2013
  • Link: [6]

Metro FranceEdit

  • Title: Wikipédia lance son guide de voyage collaboratif
  • Author: Julien Chevron
  • Published on 16 January 2013
  • Link: [7]

La RepubblicaEdit

  • Title: Tremate, manuali. C'è Wikivoyage
  • Author: Lara Gusatto
  • Published on 16 January 2013
  • Link: [8]

CNN.comEdit

  • Title: Wikivoyage launch: Will it change online travel?
  • Author: CNN Travel staff
  • Published on 16 January 2013
  • Link: [9]

ReadWriteEdit

  • Title: Wikivoyage Answers World's Need For A Wikipedia For Travel
  • Author: Jon Mitchell
  • Published on 15 January 2013
  • Link: [10]

tnoozEdit

  • Title: Wikivoyage officially launches as Wikipedia promotes the free travel guide
  • Author: Sean O'Neill
  • Published on 15 January 2013
  • Link: [11]

SkiftEdit

  • Title: Interview: Wikipedia’s travel site Wikivoyage launches today amidst big hopes
  • Author: Dennis Schaal
  • Published on 15 January 2013
  • Link: [12]

ITWire.comEdit

  • Title: Wikimedia Foundation launches Wikivoyage travel guide
  • Author: Stephen Withers
  • Published: 15 January 2013
  • Link: [13]

VentureBeat.comEdit

  • Title: Wikivoyage sets off to become #1 travel resource in the world
  • Author: Rebecca Grant
  • Published: 15 January 2013
  • Link: [14]

San Francisco Business TimesEdit

  • Title: Wikipedia travel site Wikivoyage sets sail today
  • Author: Steven E. F. Brown
  • Published: 15 January 2013
  • Link: [15]

NBCNews.comEdit

  • Title: Wiki does travel: Internet encyclopedia launches Wikivoyage.org
  • Author: Rob Lovitt
  • Published on 15 January 2013
  • Link: [16]

TechCrunch.comEdit

  • Title: Wikimedia Launches Its Crowdsourced Wikivoyage Online Travel Guide
  • Author: Frederic Lardinois
  • Published on 15 January 2013
  • Link: [17]

Melbourne Herald SunEdit

  • Title: Wikivoyage to shake up online travel guidebook world
  • Author: Kate Schneider
  • Published on 15 January 2013
  • Link: [18]

USAToday.comEdit

  • Title: Wikipedia launches travel site Wikivoyage
  • Author: Laura Bly
  • Published on 15 January 2013
  • Link: [19]

International Business TimesEdit

  • Title: Wikivoyage: Is The New Travel Site From Wikipedia The Guidebook Industry’s Worst Nightmare?
  • Author: Mark Johanson
  • Published on 15 January 2013
  • Link: [20]

ITProPortalEdit

  • Title: Wikipedia travel site Wikivoyage launching this week
  • Author: Stephanie Mlot
  • Published: 14 January 2013
  • Link: [21]

ABC.esEdit

  • Title: Llega Wikivoyage, la Wikipedia de los viajes
  • Author: J. F. Alonso
  • Published: 14 January 2013
  • Link: [22]

Econsultancy.comEdit

  • Title: Will Wikivoyage shake up online travel?
  • Author: Patricio Robles
  • Published on 11 January 2013
  • Link: [23]

WiredEdit

  • Title: Wikipedia Takes On Travel Industry With Wikivoyage
  • Author: Sarah Mitroff
  • Published on 11 January 2013
  • Link: [24]
  • Others: [25], [26], [27], [28]

SkiftEdit

  • Title: Wikipedia’s travel site’s official launch coming soon; what to expect and not expect
  • Author: Rafat Ali
  • Published on 9 January 2013
  • Link: [29]

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