Romanesco  

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Romanesco cauliflower, a typical plant from this geographical area
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Romanesco is a Romance language spoken in Rome, Italy. It is one of the Central Italian dialects, and considered close to Tuscan and Italian.

There are notable grammatical and idiomatic differences. Rich in expressions and sayings, Romanesco is used informally by most natives of Rome.



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