Vivaro-Alpine Occitan

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Vivaro-Alpine (in Occitan: vivaroaupenc, vivaroalpenc [viˌvaruɔwˈpeⁿ(k), viˌvarualˈpeⁿ(k)]) is the northeastern dialect of the Occitan language, spoken mostly in part of France (Yssingeaux region, Ardèche, Drôme and southern Alps) and part of Italy (Occitan Valleys in the southern Alps).