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Binbirkilise - another 1001 churches.[edit]

There is another site in Turkey with '1001 churches', near modern day Karaman, an old late-antique Byzantine cultural centre, see Binbirkilise. I added a note to prevent possible confusion.--Gerard1453 (talk) 15:39, 23 October 2017 (UTC)

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Hatnote to WP:ANI[edit]

Re this edit: AlmostFrancis, the article gets a decent number of hits because it's a historically important city and a tourist attraction. It's also a level-5 vital article. WP:ANI, which you would like to link to from a hatnote, is almost always referred to using all caps – ANI not Ani– and the redirect ANI receives two orders of magnitude fewer views [1]. Personally, I'm not convinced we should link to such meta places like WP:ANI at all (vs. more fundamental pages like WP:AFD or WP:GNG which are much more likely to be encountered by the newbie editors that these hatnotes are meant for). However, if linked to at all, that should happen on the dab page: Ani has a hatnote to Ani (disambiguation), and that already links to WP:ANI. There's no reason to be singling out the noticeboard out of the many article entries listed there. – Uanfala (talk) 11:52, 6 April 2020 (UTC)

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