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  • Galego: Mapa animado que cronoloxicamente amosa a evolución das linguas do suroeste de Europa.
  • Español: Mapa animado que cronológicamente muestra la evolución de los idiomas del suroeste de Europa.
  • Français : Carte chronologique de l'évolution linguistique du sud-ouest européen.
  • English: Chronological map showing linguistic evolution in southwest Europe.
Date 15 June 2009 (original upload date)
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Author Original uploader was Alexandre Vigo at gl.wikipedia
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