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Language: Hungarian
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Wiki engine: MediaWiki
Wiki license: Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike
Main topic: Reference
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The Hungarian-language version of Wikisource, founded 2005.

Wiki Size: 20,257 pages see stats...

(As of: 15 April 2013)


WikisourceThe Free Library — is a collection of wikis, known as a linguistic edition 'project' of the Wikimedia Foundation (WMF), for primary- and secondary-source texts, in many different languages. Launched in 2003 as a library of free texts called 'Project Sourceberg', by 2005 it branched out into its various language versions. It now includes house books, essays, poems, novels, historical documents, letters, speeches, and other documents; as long as they are able be made available under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike (CC-BY-SA) open content license.


All Wikisource wiki sites in these languages: (view / edit)

As of September 2021, Wikimedia Wikidata indicates that there are 75 Wikisource language editions, including the Multilingual Portal. Wikimedia Meta-Wiki indicates that there are 63 Wikisources of different languages, and lists them by size.

1,000,000+: French / Français (fr)
100,000+: German / Deutsch (de) • English (en) • Italian / Italiano (it) • Polish / Polski (pl) • Russian / Русский (ru) • Chinese / 中文 (zh)

10,000+: Multilingual Portal (www) • Arabic / العربية (ar) • Catalan / Català (ca) • Czech / Čeština (cs) • Spanish / Español (es) • Persian / فارسی (fa) • Hebrew / עברית (he) • Hungarian / Magyar (hu) • Korean / 한국어 (ko) • Portuguese / Português (pt) • Swedish / Svenska (sv)

1,000+: Belarusian / Беларуская (be) • Bangla / বাংলা (bn) • Breton / Brezhoneg (br) • Danish / Dansk (da) • Greek / Ελληνικά (el) • Esperanto (eo) • Finnish / Suomi (fi) • Gujarati / ગુજરાતી (gu) • Croatian / Hrvatski (hr) • Armenian / Հայերեն (hy) • Indonesian / Bahasa Indonesia (id) • Icelandic / Íslenska (is) • Japanese / 日本語 (ja) • Latin / Latina (la) • Limburgian / Limburgs (li) • Macedonian / Македонски (mk) • Malayalam / മലയാളം (ml) • Dutch / Nederlands (nl) • Norwegian / Norsk (Bokmål) (no) • Romanian / Română (ro) • Sanskrit / संस्कृत (sa) • Slovenian / Slovenščina (sl) • Serbian / Српски (sr) • Tamil / தமிழ் (ta) • Telugu / తెలుగు (te) • Thai / ไทย (th) • Turkish / Türkçe (tr) • Ukrainian / Українська (uk) • Venetian / Vèneto (vec) • Vietnamese / Tiếng Việt (vi) • Yiddish / ייִדיש (yi)
100+: Alemannic (als) • Azerbaijani / Azərbaycan (az) • Bulgarian / Български (bg) • Bosnian / Bosanski (bs) • Welsh / Cymraeg (cy) • Estonian / Eesti (et) • Galician / Galego (gl) • Kannada / ಕನ್ನಡ (kn) • Lithuanian / Lietuvių (lt) • Sakha / Сахалыы (sah)
<100: Anglo-Saxon / Englisc (ang) • Faroese / Føroyskt (fo) • Haitian / Krèyol ayisyen (ht) • Slovak / Slovenčina (sk) • Min Nan / Bân-lâm-gú (zh-min-nan)

The red links above need the {{Wiki}} infobox template, their Wikisource URLs, the {{Wikimedia-stub}} template, and the {{Wikisource}} navigation template added.

See also: Bibliowiki (formerly known as Wikilivres), a complimentary site hosted in Canada and run by Wikimedia Canada to host materials which are not public domain in the United States.