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Hi, Piotrus, and thanks a lot for updating and adding content to articles about Poland! When you do, please keep in mind English Wikivoyage's policy on links to Wikipedia, which I understand is different from some other Wikivoyages' practices. Generally speaking, inline links in text are not allowed on this site.
Also a side point: The word "characteristic" doesn't apply by itself to any type of architecture. Characteristic of what? Perhaps the word is a false friend with a similar-sounding word in Polish, as it is in some other European languages, and as "typical" is relative to Italian "tipica" ("cucina tipica" != "typical cuisine").
- @Ikan Kekek: By all means please remove the links that shouldn't be there. I do wonder how, if at all, an we link to former landmarks that are mentioned in the text? I am adding wikidata/etc. listings for modern stuff, but if we mention that there was a former palace, is Wikivoyage generally not going to link to the Wikipedia article about it? Also, characteristic, hmmm. I guess we can say famous, but it is not world famous, just Poland-famous I guess. As in, en:Spodek is the most recognizable building in Katowice, commonly appear on tourist magnets and like because of its unique design. Feel free to suggest a better wording. (Btw, Katowice is my hometown, I figured I should finally c/e that article a bit). --Piotrus (talk) 06:03, 3 October 2019 (UTC)
- "Iconic" might work.
- On former landmarks, these no longer exist, right? I don't think we provide links to articles about them if nothing at all remains and something else was built there, but if there are ruins people visit or if there is an empty space where a building used to be, I think it could be reasonable to provide markers with geographic coordinates and a Wikidata link. But the thing is, I'm not positive, so it might be good to ask this question in the Travellers' pub. Ikan Kekek (talk) 07:54, 3 October 2019 (UTC)
Hi Piotrus, thank you for starting the Chorzów article. Just to let you know, there are still significant gaps in our coverage of Poland. There are currently 5 Polish cities with a population of over 100,000 which do not have an article on English Wikivoyage.
It would be appreciated if you can create articles on these cities whenever you have the time :) One of Wikivoyage's goals is to bluelink every article that appears on Wikivoyage:World cities (consisting of capital cities and cities with a population over 100,000). There are also South Korean cities on the list which are red. Gizza (roam) 01:20, 8 October 2019 (UTC)