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: A very good start for a region page, but please consider moving the individual cities into their own pages — for example, [[Yalta]] already has a stub.  Also, I think just "Crimea" would be better as the name, we don't usually use "The" in article names here.  For reference, so does [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crimea Wikipedia], and it's just ''Krym'' in the original. [[User:Jpatokal|Jpatokal]] 02:51, 2 Jul 2005 (EDT)
 
: A very good start for a region page, but please consider moving the individual cities into their own pages — for example, [[Yalta]] already has a stub.  Also, I think just "Crimea" would be better as the name, we don't usually use "The" in article names here.  For reference, so does [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crimea Wikipedia], and it's just ''Krym'' in the original. [[User:Jpatokal|Jpatokal]] 02:51, 2 Jul 2005 (EDT)
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:: Thanks for the info.  I have a question though.  The cheep guidebook I bought in the Crimea on the street was a blast to read as it was so, hmmm ... un-western in its directness.  I included several humerous quotes from it on the page in 'understand.'  From a copyright perspective are quotes allowed and if so what information do I need to add in order to make it legal?

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I'm just back from a trip through Western Ukraine and The Crimea and am really excited about adding the information to WikiTravel as getting any information about the place before going was really difficult. On the other hand I'm totally new at this so as I post information any advice or commentary on the quality of my work is appreciated. aburda

A very good start for a region page, but please consider moving the individual cities into their own pages — for example, Yalta already has a stub. Also, I think just "Crimea" would be better as the name, we don't usually use "The" in article names here. For reference, so does Wikipedia, and it's just Krym in the original. Jpatokal 02:51, 2 Jul 2005 (EDT)
Thanks for the info. I have a question though. The cheep guidebook I bought in the Crimea on the street was a blast to read as it was so, hmmm ... un-western in its directness. I included several humerous quotes from it on the page in 'understand.' From a copyright perspective are quotes allowed and if so what information do I need to add in order to make it legal?

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