Catalan a Romance language closely related to Castilian Spanish and Provençal, widely spoken in Catalonia, an autonomous region of NE Spain with a strong separatist tradition (where it has official status alongside Castilian Spanish) and in Andorra, the Balearic Islands, and parts of southern France.
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