Aragonese Wikipedia

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Main page
Type of site
Internet encyclopedia project
Available inAragonese
HeadquartersMiami, Florida (United States)
OwnerWikimedia Foundation
Launched12 July 2004; 15 years ago (2004-07-12)

The Aragonese Wikipedia (Aragonese: Wikipedia en aragonés) or Biquipedia is the Aragonese language edition of the Web-based free content encyclopedia Wikipedia. The project was started on 21 July 2004.[1] As of 1 April 2015, this edition has over 30,000 articles[2][3] and is the 91st largest Wikipedia by number of articles.[4] The Aragonese Wikipedia is classified in the 4th place of Wikipedias by articles per population.[5]


After its foundation on 21 July 2004, the Aragonese Wikipedia reached 1,000 articles on 30 December 2005 after the creation of the article Ciudat de Panamá (Panama City), and its community produced a special logo to commemorate the event.[1]

The Aragonese Wikipedia reached 2,000 and 3,000 articles on 4 March 2006 thanks to the help of Chlewbot.

The Aragonese Wikipedia reached the 4,000 articles on 20 September 2006 with the article Cortz d'Aragón (Aragonese Corts).

The community of Aragonese-speaking Wikipedians issued a special commemorative logo for their 5,000th article, Monesterio de Sant Chuan d'a Penya (San Juan de la Peña), on 29 December 2006.[1][6]

The Aragonese Wikipedia reached the 6,000 articles on 31 May 2007 with the article Pitarc (Pitarque).

On 29 September 2007, the Aragonese Wikipedia reached the 7,000 articles with the article Taifa de Saraqusta (Taifa of Saraqusta).

It reached 8,000 articles on 22 January 2008 with the article Sexma de la Honor de Uesa (Sesma de la Honor de Huesa).

On 6 June 2008, the Aragonese Wikipedia reached 9,000 articles with the article Las Planas de Castellot (Las Planas de Castellote).

On 21 August 2008, the Aragonese Wikipedia community celebrated its 10,000th article, Monesterio de Sant Per de Ciresa (Abbey of San Pedro de Siresa),[1][6] by producing a special logo.

The Aragonese Wikipedia reached the 15,000 articles on 9 June 2009 with the article Sublevación de Chaca (Jaca uprising).

The Aragonese Wikipedia reached 20,000 articles on 3 April 2010 after the creation of an article about Mesegar de Tajo (Mesegar de Tajo).[1]

On 16 March 2011 the Aragonese Wikipedia community celebrated its 25,000th article, Castiello de Sibirana (Sibirana castle),[1] by producing a special logo.

On 11 June 2014 the Aragonese Wikipedia reached 30,000 articles with the article Aragosaurus (Aragosaurus).[3]


  1. ^ a b c d e f Biquipedia: Autualidat
  2. ^ Aragonese Wikipedia statistics page
  3. ^ a b Arredol. "A Wikipedia en Aragonés ya tien más de 30.000 articlos" (in Aragonese). Arredol. Retrieved 26 June 2014.
  4. ^ Meta-Wiki's list of language Wikipedias ordered by size
  5. ^ List of Wikipedias by speakers per article
  6. ^ a b El aragonés triunfa en Wikipedia, Heraldo de Aragón

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