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For the sake of maintaining our geographical hierarchy (which puts cities inside regions inside countries inside continents), I'd like to break el [[Altiplano]] into regions that lie within each of the countries it connects.  We can maintain <nowiki>{{IsIn|Altiplano}}</nowiki> as an alternate hierarchy, but <nowiki>{{IsIn|Altiplano (Peru)}}</nowiki>, <nowiki>{{IsIn|Altiplano (Bolivia)}}</nowiki>, etc. (each of would be "in" [[Peru]], [[Bolivia]], etc.) would be primary. - [[User:TVerBeek|Todd VerBeek]] 23:59, 9 July 2006 (EDT)
 
For the sake of maintaining our geographical hierarchy (which puts cities inside regions inside countries inside continents), I'd like to break el [[Altiplano]] into regions that lie within each of the countries it connects.  We can maintain <nowiki>{{IsIn|Altiplano}}</nowiki> as an alternate hierarchy, but <nowiki>{{IsIn|Altiplano (Peru)}}</nowiki>, <nowiki>{{IsIn|Altiplano (Bolivia)}}</nowiki>, etc. (each of would be "in" [[Peru]], [[Bolivia]], etc.) would be primary. - [[User:TVerBeek|Todd VerBeek]] 23:59, 9 July 2006 (EDT)
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:You're totally right. By the way, the [[Andes]] exceptionally have their own article but breadcrumb navigation on articles below it should stick to the traditional country > region > city hierarchy. [[User:Rmx|Ricardo (Rmx)]] 09:02, 20 October 2006 (EDT)

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Geographical hierarchy

For the sake of maintaining our geographical hierarchy (which puts cities inside regions inside countries inside continents), I'd like to break el Altiplano into regions that lie within each of the countries it connects. We can maintain {{IsIn|Altiplano}} as an alternate hierarchy, but {{IsIn|Altiplano (Peru)}}, {{IsIn|Altiplano (Bolivia)}}, etc. (each of would be "in" Peru, Bolivia, etc.) would be primary. - Todd VerBeek 23:59, 9 July 2006 (EDT)

You're totally right. By the way, the Andes exceptionally have their own article but breadcrumb navigation on articles below it should stick to the traditional country > region > city hierarchy. Ricardo (Rmx) 09:02, 20 October 2006 (EDT)