|Wikipedia Reference Desk|
The Wikipedia reference desk works like a library reference desk. Ask a question here and Wikipedia volunteers will try to answer it.
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|Tourism, vacations, and travel||For questions that don't fit in any of the other categories||Old questions are archived daily|
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|Ask general questions about using Wikipedia||Ask about specific policies and operations of Wikipedia||A place to ask for help regarding content issues and disputes.||A friendly place to help new ors become accustomed to Wikipedia culture.|
|Help directory||Citing Wikipedia||Resolving disputes||Virtual classroom|
|Information and instructions on every aspect of Wikipedia||How to cite Wikipedia as a reference||For resolving issues between users||An advanced guide on everything Wikipedia|
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