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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Romansh_language

Romansh is a Romance language spoken predominantly in the southeastern Swiss canton of ...... The recognition of Romansh as the fourth national language is best seen within the context of the "Spiritual defence" preceding World War II, ...

www.thelocal.ch/20170302/18-interesting-facts-about-switzerlands-fourth-language-romansh

Mar 2, 2017 ... Switzerland's only national park is located in a Romansh-speaking area. Photo: The ... These days the Romansh world is orientated towards ...

www.bbc.com/travel/story/20180627-switzerlands-mysterious-fourth-language

Jun 28, 2018 ... Despite Romansh being one of Switzerland's four national languages, less ... When the world loses a language, as it does every two weeks, we ...

www.nationalgeographic.com/travel/digital-nomad/2012/07/16/learning-romansh

Jul 15, 2012 ... People from all over the world come to Engadin for the mountains—in summer to hike and bike and in winter to ski. Guido is proud of the ...

www.ask.com/youtube?q=World+Rumantsch&v=n7fJBUH1JCE
Jul 15, 2012 ... Ever fascinated by rare languages, I visited the Engadin in Grisson, Switzerland where I met several native speakers of Romansch, one of the ...

official-swiss-national-languages.all-about-switzerland.info/rumantsch-language.html

Switzerlands fourth national language Rumantsch: where they speak it and how they fight for its survival.

www.houseofswitzerland.org/swissstories/society/allegra-look-romansh-switzerland-s-fourth-language

May 31, 2017 ... Discover the Romansh and learn more about Switzerland's society thanks ... of the outside world…and even in the eyes of many Swiss people!

www.britannica.com/topic/Romansh-language

Romansh language, German Rumantsch, also called Grishun, or Grisons, Romance language of the Rhaetian group spoken in northern Italy and Switzerland, ...

www.swissinfo.ch/eng/culture/il-crestomat_the-hills-are-alive---with-romansh-monsters/41394504

May 3, 2015 ... “We don't want Romansh-speakers to not read it in Romansh – and they ... “But it's also for the world to get to know Romansh culture better.”.