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High Franconian German (German: Oberfränkisch) is a variant of High German consisting of East Franconian and South Franconian. It is part of the Franconian languages area. It is spoken southeast of the Rhine Franconian area. It is spoken in Germany around Karlsruhe, Erlangen, Fürth, Heilbronn and Würzburg and a small area in France.
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- Noble, Cecil A. M. (1983). Modern German Dialects. New York / Berne / Frankfort on the Main, Peter Lang, p. 119.