Gallo language

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Native to France
Native speakers
28,000[1][not in the source given]
Language codes
ISO 639-3
Linguasphere 51-AAA-hb
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The Gallo language area (in grey) corresponding to Upper Brittany (in colours, Lower Brittany)
A sign in Gallo, in the metro in Rennes.

Gallo is one of the two regional languages of Brittany. It is an Oïl language of the Romance language family, with Latin at the base. Gallo is spoken in the eastern part of Brittany.

The other regional language of Brittany is Breton. Breton is a Celtic language.

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