Wikipedia is an online project that enables the creation of free encyclopedias in all languages of the world. Anyone with internet access is free to contribute neutral, cited information. It is available in 250 languages.
Wikipedia was launched by Jimmy Wales and Larry Sanger in January 2001.
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