Our Rhaeto-Romance translation team consists of
The Rhaeto-Romance set of languages belong to the Romance language sub-family. The language is spoken in the canton of Graubünden in Switzerland and is the fourth official language of Switzerland. There are only about 50,000 speakers of this language, which breaks down into 5 dialects or idioms, whose differences are quite large. In addition, the language areas of Romansh are interrupted by German. The written language, the so-called Romantsch Grischun, was only recently created artificially as a balance between the dialects and is not used orally. Also recognized in South Tyrol as a minority language Ladin and the spoken in Friuli Furlan is referred to as Rhaeto-Romanic. The language closest to the Romansh languages is French. The Romansh languages developed from a spoken in the Central Alps dialect of provincial Latin, which was incorporated during the reign of Augustus in the Roman Empire. While the north and south of this area before the Roman conquest was Celtic and Rhaetian-speaking, the Romance language had prevailed until the end of the Roman Empire but was gradually displaced by the advance of the German language in remote highland valleys the north and Italian from the south. The area where Romansh languages were spoken in the Middle Ages ranged from Switzerland to the Julian Alps in present-day West Slovenia.
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),