Where on earth do they speak Aragonese?

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Language: Aragonese
Number of speakers: 10000
Language code: arg
Alternate names: Altoaragonés, Aragoieraz, Aragonés, Aragonese, Fabla Aragonesa, High Aragonese, Patués
Where spoken: Spain

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  • Language classification: Indo-European, Italic, Romance, Italo-Western, Western, Pyrenean-Mozarabic, Pyrenean
  • Dialects: Ansotano, Ayerbense, Belsetán, Benasqués, Bergotés, Central Aragonese, Cheso, Chistabino, Eastern Aragonese, Fobano, Grausino, Pandicuto, Ribagorzano, Semontanés, Southern Aragonese, Tensino, Western Aragonese
  • Also spoken in:
  • Region: Zaragoza, Uesca Province; Pyrenea (north border), Navarra (west border); north of Montsó (east). Western Aragonese dialect: Ansó, Echo, Chasa, Berdún, and Chaca towns; Central Aragonese dialect: Panticosa, Biescas, Torla, Broto, Bielsa, Yebra, and L’Ainsa; Eastern Aragonese in Benás (Benasque, Benasc, Patués), Plan, Bisagorri, Campo, Perarruga, Graus, and Estadilla; Southern Aragonese in Agüero, Ayerbe, Rasal, Bolea, Lierta, Uesca, Almudébar, Nozito, Labata, Alguezra, Angüés, Pertusa, Balbastro, and Nabal.