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This JAMGuides wiki has sites available in several different language versions, as listed below:

ar, ca, de, en, eo, es, fi, fr, he, hi, hu, it, ja, ko, nl, pl, pt, ro, ru, sv, zh

JAMGuides, located at, was a project to create a free, complete, up-to-date and reliable world-wide travel guide in many different languages. It was built in collaboration by JAMGuides users from around the Earth. Powered by the JAMWiki wiki engine, JAMGuides was a fork created in 2011 by Ryan Holliday from the MediaWiki-powered Wikitravel wiki site (itself created in 2003). JAMGuides was built with the spirit of sharing knowledge that makes travel so enjoyable. Whenever travellers meet each other on the road, they often swap information about the places they came from, and ask questions about places they are going. JAMGuides wanted to make it easy to share that knowledge, and let others share it; our copyleft license means that the facts you know could spread far and wide.

Following a further fork of Wikitravel to a new service hosted in Germany called Wikivoyage, and the then subsequent incorporation of Wikivoyage into the Wikimedia Foundation (WMF), all wiki sites were closed; their URLs then redirected to their respective article pages on their Wikivoyage wiki sites (though as of 2021, the URL is now a website powered by Google Sites about Jazz music).

External links

All former JAMGuides wiki sites in these languages (view / edit / talk)

Each language version was found at**/, where ** is the two-letter ISO 639-1 language code.

10,000+: JAMGuides Shared (image depository) • English (en)
1,000+: Dutch / Nederlands (nl) • Finnish / suomi (fi) • French / Français (fr) • German / Deutsch (de) • Italian / Italiano (it) • Japanese / 日本語 (ja) • Portuguese / Português (pt) • Russian / русский (ru) • Spanish / Español (es) • Swedish / svenska (sv)
Bubbling under: Arabic / عربى (ar) • Catalan / Català (ca) • Chinese / 中文 (zh) • Esperanto (eo) • Hebrew / עִברִית (he) • Hindi / हिंदी (hi) • Hungarian / Magyar (hu) • Korean / 한국어 (ko) • Polish / Polskie (pl) • Romanian / Română (ro)

Any red links above need the {{Wiki}} infobox template, their JAMGuides URLs, the {{Stub}} template (if appropriate), and the {{JAMGuides}} navigation template added.

Pages in category “JAMGuides”

The following 3 pages are in this category, out of 3 total.