Here's the structure of the topic page.
The visitor navigates the site based on the topics that exist in either Wikidata or Wikidocumentaries. Each topic forms a page, which collects a Wikipedia article, visualizes related data and collects related media from all available open repositories. If the Wikidata item does not exist in the user's language, the user is prompted to add it to Wikidata. If the Wikipedia article exists in other language, the user can view it or create the article in her own language. The user can create new topics locally, if they do not exist in Wikidata. An automatic process will import them to Wikidata later, if they are suitable.
Modules for the topic page
Each page is constructed of suitable elements for that topic. Below is a sketch of what could be included in different kind of pages, with links to definition pages.
For people, also the following would be useful:
For events, also the following would be useful:
For a building, also the following would be useful:
Currently available content modules:
For a village, also the following would be useful:
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