Is there a way to find out the URL that a local Git repository was originally cloned from?

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I pulled a project from GitHub a few days ago. I've discovered that there are several forks on GitHub, and I forgot to note which one I took originally. Is there a way to know which of those forks I pulled?
Jul 13, 2018 in Git & GitHub by Tyrion anex
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Follow the below commands , the URL of the repo will be displayed :

git config --get remote.origin.url

git remote show origin
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