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  1. The Italian language is well-known and studied in Albania, due to its historical ties and geographical proximity to Italy and to the diffusion of Italian television in the country. Due to heavy Italian influence during the Italian colonial period, Italian is still understood by some in former colonies such as in Libya.

  2. El italiano es una lengua romance procedente del latín hablado, especialmente de la variante toscana arcaica, perteneciente a la familia italorromance de las lenguas itálicas, integrantes a su vez las lenguas indoeuropeas. Es el idioma oficial de Italia, San Marino, Ciudad del Vaticano y uno de los cuatro idiomas nacionales helvéticos. Es, además, lengua cooficial, con el croata, en el condado de Istria, y con el esloveno en los municipios costeros del Litoral esloveno. El italiano es ...

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    • 85 millones, número total de hablantes.[1]​ (64 millones de hablantes nativos en la UE)[2]​
  3. The Italian language is a Romance language spoken in Italy. Other countries that use Italian as their official language are San Marino , Vatican City and Switzerland . Slovenia , and Croatia also use Italian as an official language, but only in some regions.

    • 59 million Italian proper, native and native bilingual (2007), 85 million all varieties
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    As early as March 2001, Jimmy Wales, the creator and co-founder of the original English language Wikipedia, had proposed the creation of parallel Wikipedia projects in other languages. The Italian-language version was among the first ones to be created, in May 2001. The original URL was, while the standardized ISO 639 address ...

    From October 4 to 6, 2011, following a decision adopted by volunteers of the Italian Wikipedia community, a knowledge blackout was in place. During this time, all of the site's articles were hidden and the website was blocked by its administrators, as a protest against the DDL intercettazioni (Wiretapping Bill), which was being debated at the time ...

    On January 18, 2012, the English Wikipedia was shut down for 24 hours, following a decision by contributors to protest against two bills being examined by the Congress of the United States: the Stop Online Piracy Act and the Protect Intellectual Property Act. On that day, the Italian Wikipedia redirected users from its own main page to a black page...

    The Italian Wikipedia currently accepts free images licensed under the GFDL and Creative Commons. Fair use images have been rejected since April 2006 due to potential copyright problems, and many o...
    Unlike the English, French and German Wikipedias, the Italian Wikipedia does not have an Arbitration Committee.
    The Italian Wikipedia has used automated scripts to create articles, much like the English Wikipedia.
    Administrators are elected through a vote; a minimal quorumof 65–70 voters and 80% of support votes are required if the request is to be considered successful. Any administrator is automatically op...
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    Almost all of the Romance languages spoken in Italy are native to the area in which they are spoken. Apart from Standard Italian, these languages are often referred to as dialetti "dialects", both colloquially and in scholarly usage; however, the term may coexist with other labels like "minority languages" or "vernaculars" for some of them. The lab...

    Italian was first declared to be Italy's official language during the Fascist period, more specifically through the R.D.l., adopted on 15 October 1925, with the name ofSull'Obbligo della lingua italiana in tutti gli uffici giudiziari del Regno, salvo le eccezioni stabilite nei trattati internazionali per la città di Fiume. The original Italian cons...

    Recognition by the Italian state

    Art. 6 of the Italian Constitution was drafted by the Founding Fathers to show sympathy for the country's historical linguistic minorities, in a way for the newly founded Republic to let them become part of the national fabric and distance itself from the Italianization policies promoted earlier because of nationalism, especially during Fascism. Since 1934, Minister Francesco Ercolehad excluded in fact from the school curriculum any language other than Italian, in accordance with the policy o...

    Recognition at the European level

    Italy is a signatory of the European Charter for Regional or Minority Languages, but has not ratified the treaty, and therefore its provisions protecting regional languages do not apply in the country. The Charter does not, however, establish at what point differences in expression result in a separate language, deeming it an "often controversial issue", and citing the necessity to take into account, other than purely linguistic criteria, also "psychological, sociological and political consid...

    According to the UNESCO's Atlas of the World's Languages in Danger, there are 31 endangered languages in Italy. The degree of endangermentis classified in different categories ranging from 'safe' (safe languages are not included in the atlas) to 'extinct' (when there are no speakers left). The source for the languages' distribution is the Atlas of ...

    All living languages indigenous to Italy are part of the Indo-European language family. They can be divided into Romance languages and non-Romance languages. The classification of the Romance languages of Italy is controversial, and listed here are two of the generally accepted classification systems.

    Northern Italy

    The Northern Italian languages are conventionally defined as those Romance languages spoken north of the La Spezia–Rimini Line, which runs through the northern Apennine Mountains just to the north of Tuscany; however, the dialects of Occitan and Franco-Provençal spoken in the extreme northwest of Italy (e.g. the Valdôtain in the Aosta Valley) are generally excluded. The classification of these languages is difficult and not agreed-upon, due both to the variations among the languages and to th...

    Southern Italy and islands

    Approximate distribution of the regional languages of Sardinia and Southern Italyaccording to the UNESCO's Atlas of the World's Languages in Danger: One common classification divides these languages into two groups: 1. The Italo-Dalmatian languages, including Neapolitan and Sicilian, as well as the Sardinian-influenced Sassarese and Gallurese which are sometimes grouped with Sardinian but are actually of southern Corsicanorigin. 2. The Sardinian language, usually listed as a group of its own...

    Although "[al]most all Italian dialects were being written in the Middle Ages, for administrative, religious, and often artistic purposes," use of local language gave way to stylized Tuscan, eventually labeled Italian. Local languages are still occasionally written, but only the following regional languages of Italy have a standardised written form...

    Officially recognised ethno-linguistic minorities of Italy
    Regional languages of Italy according to Clemente Merlo and Carlo Tagliavini in 1939
    Languages and language islands of Italy
    Languages of Italy
  4. The Italic languages form a branch of the Indo-European language family, whose earliest known members were spoken on the Italian Peninsula in the first millennium BC. The most important of the ancient languages was Latin, the official language of ancient Rome, which conquered the other Italic peoples before the common era.

  5. The Italian Wikipedia (In Italian: Wikipedia in Italiano) is the Italian-language edition of Wikipedia. This edition was started in January, 2002 and has over 1,781,000 articles. [1] It is currently the 8th largest edition by article count. [2] 2011 mass blanking protest change | change source]