Little islands of Romansh

Less than one per cent of the Swiss population speak Romansh. Yet this endangered Latin-based language, spoken in parts of the eastern canton of Graubünden, is still very much alive. swissinfo takes a look at the fourth Swiss national language, which is almost as little known inside Switzerland as outside its borders.

This content was published on August 8, 2006 - 09:54

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