Our Rhaeto-Romance translation team consists of
The Rhaeto-Romance set of languages belong to the Romance language sub-family, which includes multiple languages spoken in North-Eastern Italy, Western Austria and Switzerland. Among the well-known Romance languages well known today, Rhaeto-Romance is closest to French. Also called Ladin languagues, the Rhaeto-Romance languages developed from a dialect of the provincial Latin spoken in the central Alps, which were incorporated into the Roman Empire during the period of Augustus’ reign. While the north and south of this area was Celtic- and Rhaetian-speaking prior to the Roman conquest, Romance speech had taken root by the end of the Roman Empire but gradually became pushed into secluded high valley areas by the advance of German from the north and of Italian from the south. The area where Rhaeto-Romance languages (also called Ladin languages) were spoken during the In the Middle Ages spanned from Switznerland to the Julian Alps in modern-day western Slovenia. The Romansh language, which is one of the varieties of the Rhaeto-Romance languages, has status in Switzerland as a national language, together with three other national languages.
LOCATIONS OF OUR EXTERNAL TRANSLATORS:
Bari (IT), Basel (CH), Belmont (CH), Bern (CH), Bologna (IT), Florence (IT), Geneva (CH), Graz (AT), Innsbruck (AT), Kaprun (AT), Klagenfurt (AT), Lausanne (CH), Linz (AT), Milan (IT), Montreux (CH), Naples (IT), Palermo (IT), Rome (IT), Salzburg (AT), Steyr (AT), Trieste (IT), Turin (IT), Verona (IT), Vienna (AT), Villach (AT), Zurich (CH),