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Amazon, 'Wikipedia' and 'VKontakte': the most popular sites around the world

Residents of different countries have different habits of searching the Internet and visiting different sites. What sites are most visited by residents of different countries, the publication said AIN.

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According to Maps on The Web, a map that shows traffic to sites in the United States and various European countries was the Amazon trading platform, in China - the Amazon analogue - TMall. Residents of the Scandinavian countries are most likely to visit Reddit. But residents of post-Soviet countries are divided in their Internet habits.

Residents of Russia and Belarus gave their preference to the social network VKontakte. And Ukrainians most often visit Wikipedia. The educational portal "Kundelik" is considered the most popular in Kazakhstan.

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In Uzbekistan, residents prefer the OLX classifieds service. Azerbaijanis shared the opinion of the Ukrainians and most often visit Wikipedia. And the Armenians - the Odnoklassniki social network.

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Maps on The Web collects data for its maps from open sources. Alexa data by country helped to create this particular map. As noted in the publication, Facebook, YouTube and search engines are excluded from them.

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Who maintains Maps on The Web is not reported. The site contains a variety of maps, including archival maps dating back to the 18th century.

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