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Istro-Romanian language

Istro-Romanian is a Romance language spoken in a few villages in the peninsula of Istria, on the upper northern part of the Adriatic Sea.

The language resembles Romanian, and traditional Romanian linguists consider it a Romanian dialect, but some other linguistics disagree, and are of the opinion that the language is closer to the extinct Dalmatian language than to Romanian.

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