Languages of Italy

There are approximately twenty-eight living spoken languages in Italy. Can you name them all?
Most of them are usually considered dialects, though they are actual languages.
Not counting languages spoken by immigrants.
Source: Wikipedia.
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Gallo-Romance
Arpitan
Friulian
French
Ladin
 
Ibero-Romance
Catalan
Occitan
 
Gallo-Italic
Emilian-Romagnol
Ligurian
Lombard
Piedmontese
Venetian
Italo-Dalmatian
Central Italian
Italian
Neapolitan
Sicilian
 
Sardinian
Campidanese Sardinian
Logudorese Sardinian
Gallurese
Sassarese
 
Albanian
Arbëresh
Slavic
Serbo-Croatian
Slovene
 
Hellenic
Italiot Greek
 
Indo-Iranian
Romani
Middle German
German
 
Upper German
Cimbrian
Mocheno
Walser
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