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This category contains articles which have been proposed for splitting into multiple articles. This is usually done when an article is becoming too long or covers too broad a subject. World Heritage Encyclopedia:Summary style, World Heritage Encyclopedia:Article size, World Heritage Encyclopedia:Splitting, World Heritage Encyclopedia:Copying within World Heritage Encyclopedia, World Heritage Encyclopedia:Content forking and World Heritage Encyclopedia:Merging are relevant guidelines to consider when deciding if an article is to split, and the appropriate ways of doing a split. World Heritage Encyclopedia:Disambiguation gives advice on creating "disambiguation" pages to distinguish similarly-named articles.

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