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Jake2502 Author
Jake2502 Dec 8 2012 says:

For those interested in a bigger picture check

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elMengu Dec 8 2012 says:

Much more accurate, thanks for the contribution.

By the way I'd like to point out that where Catalan, Galician and Basque are spoken also is Spanish (so the map should show those regions with bars). "Castilian is the only language which has official status for the whole country." from :)

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RighteousFighter Dec 9 2012 says:

It still doesn't include all language groups. Some Finnic language groups in Sweden and Russia aren't shown, and neither are the Greek speaking groups of Turkey included. Also, aren't there a lot of German and Flemish speakers in Belgium as well?

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Jake2502 Author
Jake2502 Dec 9 2012 replied:

God, you people are hard to satisfy!!!

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MedievalMusti Jan 20 2013 says:

East of Turkey not Kurdish.

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emreeekilinc Feb 4 2013 says:

Turkey was once the Ottoman Empire, and even housed 35 people.

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