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Ladin is mainly spoken in the provinces Alto Adige (South Tyrol), Trentino and Belluno in the valleys Val Badia, Gherdëina, Fascia, Fodom and Cortina d'Ampezzo of the Dolomite mountains. After World War II Southern Tyrol was granted autonomy, which was established in the Legge Costituzionale 1948, n.5. (Statuto speciale per per il Trentino-Alto Adige).
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|Val Badia||Gadertal||Badia||Bulsan||Süd Tirol||Bolzano||Süd-Tirol- Trentino (autonomous)|
|Fodom||Buchenstein||Livinallongo||Belum||Belluno||Venento (not autonomous)|
|Cortina de Anpezo||Hayden||Cortina d'Ampezzo|
Retrieved from: Verra, R. Ladin (2016). The Ladin language in education in Italy. Mercator's Regional Dossier.
|Total population in the valleys||Speakers of Ladin|
Please describe the history of the language's presence in:
Italy has signed, but not ratified Charter for Regional and Minority Languages, so Ladin is not covered by it.
The law of 15 December 1999, n. 482. (Norme in materia di tutela delle minoranze linguistiche storiche: Rules on protection of historical linguistic minorities) states that:
Read more about the Ladin language education in Mercator's Regional Dossier (2016).
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