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The Italian language is beautiful in sound, is an official language in the EU, Italy, Switzerland, San Marino, Vatican City and in the cities of Capodistria-Koper, Isola d ‘Istria-Izola and Piran-Pirano (Slovenia).
Only in the peninsula it has 60 million speakers, but it is estimated that worldwide the number rises to nearly 125 million. Italian immigrants have spread to several countries, being the most influential have been the United States, Australia, Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay, Venezuela, Canada and Germany.
Italy itself is the result of the Tuscan dialect. In the fourteenth century, it was he who had greater weight in the race for the Italian language purely heir of Latin and he managed the cultural union of all the peoples of the peninsula.
The Tuscan surpassed other dialects because of its central geographical position (Florence, Pisa and Siena) that Florence was the most influential city commercially, mostly morphological and phonological closeness to classical Latin, and the writings of the three greatest authors Middle Ages and early Renaissance: Dante, Petrarch and Boccaccio.
Today the Italian state does not recognize any other than Italian as the official language, while recognizing regional languages as Sardinian in Sardinia and Friuli in the region of Friuli-Venezia Giulia.