Galician language

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December 6, 2021

Galician is a subset of Roman or Latin (New Latin) languages, a branch of the Italic subfamily in the Indo-European language family. It is one of the languages ​​of Western Ibero-Roman, and most of its speakers live in the Galicia region of the autonomous community of Spain in the northwest of the country. The Galician language was introduced as the official language of the Spanish court in the 13th century, but has gradually lost its importance and status and today is spoken only in the Galicia region near the northern borders of Portugal. The 1987 Spanish constitution recognized the language as the official language of these regions, and today about 7% of the Spanish population speaks this language.

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