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--DenisYurkin 16:36, 23 October 2010 (EDT)


Most of the text you used in that article appears to have been copied from another wiki's article on Northern_Mongolia. I cannot give a link because policy here blocks it. If it is copied from there, that is a copyright violation; their license allows copying but only with attribution. Policy here does not allow any mention of that site, so you cannot attribute properly & therefore should delete it.

On the other hand, it is possible the text is from some third site, in which case it should be deleted on both wikis unless you have permission to use it here. If you do have permission, please put a note at Talk:Amarbayasgalant.

  • I should have written the source in the "summary" section, shouldn't I? On the other hand, the "get in" and "get out" sections are mine, and copyright only apply to original work, not to a few sentences repeating, without any poetry, what can be read in any guide book, encyclopaedia or on the former website of the monastery (website I had made myself). I'll go again to Amarbayasgalant in a few hours, and correct errors from WikiV: I would be very surprised there be 60 monks living there, as stated. So I don't think I really infringe international law on copyright. (talk) 10:45, 23 August 2014 (EDT)


Hi! Please see my response to your question on my talk page here. Thanks! IBAlex (talk) 09:23, 2 August 2014 (EDT)