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Why some items on Wikidata have no corresponding Wikipedia entry?

What can or cannot have an item is governed by Wikidata's notability policy: It contains at least one valid sitelink to a page on Wikipedia, Wikivoyage, Wikisource, Wikiquote, Wikinews, Wikibooks, ...
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Why some items on Wikidata have no corresponding Wikipedia entry?

Wikidata is not limited to topics that are covered on the Wikipedias. For instance, many hotels have a Wikidata item but no Wikidata article. Also, existing Wikipedia articles may be deleted or merged ...
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Why some items on Wikidata have no corresponding Wikipedia entry?

That's master data. Things that you need in order to refer to them in other entries. Another example would be Q51155371. A meaningful encyclopaedic article is simply impossible. You can however use ...
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Why are some entries so long and strange on Wikidata?

As you can see in the edit history of the first one, that item was created by a bot, implying that the machine-readable source data is odd. The second one seems to be correctly named and is merely a ...
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