Project Data included in Wikimedia Enterprise

Data available in Wikimedia Enterprise APIs is aggregated from multiple Wikimedia projects including their language editions.

Wikipedia is just the tip of the iceberg as we also include Wiktionary, Wikibooks, Wikisource, Wikiquote, Wikivoyage, Wikiversity, and Wikinews. Having one API with all of this information, you can combine data from multiple projects to fulfill your data needs and spark inspiration on how to use Wikimedia Enterprise for your organization or startup, a large language model, search engine, or knowledge graph, or data science endeavors.

Requesting //, part of our Metadata Endpoints, will respond with the list of projects, each with identifier, name, and description. The project identifier will be useful when filtering your other requests.


The Free Encyclopedia

Project identifier = wiki

Wikipedia is a content encyclopedia written collaboratively in more than 329 language
editions at a rate of over 2 edits every second, performed by volunteers from all over the world.

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A dictionary for over 170 languages

Project identifier = wiktionary

Wiktionary is a free multilingual dictionary of all languages. The project aims to
include not only the definition of a word, but also enough information to really
understand it. Thus, etymologies, pronunciations, sample quotations, synonyms,
antonyms, translations, spelling variants, and non-standard spellings are
included. It also includes language resources such as a thesaurus, a rhyme
guide, phrase books, language statistics, and extensive appendices.


E-book textbooks and annotated texts

Project identifier = wikibooks

Wikibooks is a collection of free e-book resources including textbooks,
annotated texts, instructional guides, and manuals. Wikibooks also has two
subprojects: Wikijunior, which includes age-appropriate non-fiction books for
children from birth to age 12, and the Cookbook, which is our collection
of recipes, cooking techniques, and culinary topics.


The free digital library

Project identifier = wikisource

Wikisource is a library of freely-licensed source texts and historical documents
including poetry, novels, letters, speeches, constitutional and historical
documents of many countries, laws, and a range of other documents.


Quotes across your favorite books,
movies, authors, and more

Project identifier = wikiquote

Wikiquote is an online collection of sourced quotations from notable people and
creative works in over 75 languages. It also includes proverbs, mnemonics, and


Learning resources, projects, and
research at any level of study

Project identifier = wikiversity

Wikiversity is devoted to learning resources, learning projects, and research for use in all
levels, types, and styles of education from pre-school to university.

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The ultimate worldwide travel guide

Project identifier = wikivoyage

Wikivoyage aims to create the world’s largest free, complete, up-to-date, and
reliable worldwide travel guide. Locals and Wikivoyagers (travel writers) share:
the local history and geography; where to eat, sleep, and drink; how to get in
and navigate around; itineraries and landmarks—everything you’d want to know
when traveling.


The free news source

Project identifier = wikinews

Wikinews is an alternative to commercial news sites with stories that chronicle
events when they happen, are fact-checked, and peer reviewed.