Ubiquitous Archive Hides Language Gems
The ubiquitous Wikipedia has some multilingual gems tucked away in its folds. This article serves to point out one of the most powerful polyglot culture features that Wikipedia offers: the myriad articles in a multitude of languages at a single click away.
For instance, while browsing the topic "Language" on Wikipedia in English, down the left navigation bar you will find entries for the same topic in dozens of languages.
These are not translations
Each entry is an organically-written encyclopedia article on the topic of "Language" in a language. The time and space for language and culture persists!
It's quite intriguing surfing Wikipedia for multilingual goodness. If you'd like to hear more on this topic or have something of value to share, please comment on this article!
Use these to learn
This feature of Wikipedia can be used to learn and teach languages. Find a topic of interest and study up on the vocabulary in your target language, build a linguistic knowledge of specific interests, get materials for educating, compare entries in different languages to bring out cultural nuances and more. There are many ways to twist and tweak this vast maze of language!
Visit "Language" on Wikipedia in English and look at all the languages on the left navigation bar. Those are the languages for which the article you are viewing has equivalents.