Occitan language

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The Occitan language is spoken in the south of France, in Northwestern Italy and some areas of Spain. There also is an enclave in Southern Italy. It evolved (changed over time) from medieval French, but is now more closely related to the Catalan language of nearby Catalonia, Spain.