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Most Read Wikipedia Articles From Around The World In 2012 [Copy link] 中文

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1. English speakers looked up Facebook 32,647,942 times. Whyyyyyyyy?
[color=rgb(153, 153, 153) !important]Source: upload.wikimedia.org




2. Meanwhile, the Japanese understood what the Internet is for, looking up the full list of local adult film stars 18,569,543 times.
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3. For some reason, the Dutch were super interested in Hua Shan, a mountain in Shaanxi, China. It had 12,719,284 views.
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4. And in Russia, the top visited Wikipedia article was Russia with 3,682,191 visitors.


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5. Like their English counterparts, the Spanish Wikipedia community couldn't get enough of Facebook with 11,217,715 searches. Whyyyyyyyy?
[color=rgb(153, 153, 153) !important]Source: es.wikipedia.org




6. The article on Baidu, or China's equivalent to Google, was read by 4,907,569 people.

Which, in a country of over 1 billion people, is not a lot for the top Wikipedia article.

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7. Anyone care to explain why the Germans read about cul-de-sacs 10,206,548 times?
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8. In Turkey the country's first President, Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, topped article searches at 2,185,387.
[color=rgb(153, 153, 153) !important]Source: tr.wikipedia.org




9. French speakers love (or hate) Embattled Holly so much they read about it 4,464,618 times.
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10. At 1,385,687 visits, Indonesia is the third country to have Facebook as their top article. Whyyyyyyyy?
[color=rgb(153, 153, 153) !important]Source: id.wikipedia.org




11. Only 752 ,669 Danish speakers looked up tea, but it was enough to bump it to the top position.
[color=rgb(153, 153, 153) !important]Source: da.wikipedia.org




12. Vietnam also understands the Internet's purpose, and was studying the list of every sex position ever. 2,018,973 times.
[color=rgb(153, 153, 153) !important]Source: vi.wikipedia.org




13. And over 2,592,423 Italians needed to catch up on their "Grey's Anatomy".


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Post time 2013-1-17 19:36:50 |Display all floors
...why the Germans read about cul-de-sacs 10,206,548 times?

To Study them, so they can include them into their newest techniques & technologies. That's where amongst others all the Chinese copy cats get caught and slaughtered!

Twentyfive percent out of nothing is still nothing!

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