Serbo-Croatian Wikipedia

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Serbo-Croatian Wikipedia in October 2013
Type of site
Internet encyclopedia project
Available inSerbo-Croatian
HeadquartersMiami, Florida
OwnerWikimedia Foundation
LaunchedDecember 23, 2002; 16 years ago (2002-12-23)

The Serbo-Croatian Wikipedia (Serbo-Croatian: Srpskohrvatska Wikipedija, Српскохрватска Википедија) is the Serbo-Croatian version of Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. There are also national Wikipedia versions for the different standardised varieties of the Serbo-Croatian language, including: Bosnian, Croatian, and Serbian. As of June 2017, no Montenegrin Wikipedia exists. The Serbo-Croatian Wikipedia is the 20th largest Wikipedia in the world.[1]

This Wikipedia was locked in early 2005 due to inactivity, but was later re-opened.[2] The Serbo-Croatian Wikipedia has 450,022 articles, comprising a total of 40.9 million edits. It is the second largest South Slavic Wikipedia in the world, after Serbian Wikipedia.[3]


In 2019 the Serbo-Croatian Wikipedia has 45 thousand unique categories. The average article in this language version has 3 categories, while number of unique categories per articles ratio is 0.102. The largest number of articles has Geography (28%) and Science (11%) category. In Serbo-Croatian Wikipedia articles related to Science and Life has the highest average quality. Content about Mathematics is read more often and articles in Music category have the highest authors' interest on average.[4]


  1. ^ "List of Wikipedias". Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation. Retrieved 2014-09-26.
  2. ^ meta:Requests for new languages/Wikipedia Serbo-Croatian
  3. ^ "Glavna stranica" (in Serbo-Croatian). Wikimedia Foundation. Retrieved 2014-09-28.
  4. ^ 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 2019-08-24.

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