Sardinian or Sard ( sardu [ˈsaɾdu] / sadru [ˈsadɾu], limba sarda [ˈlimba ˈzaɾda] or lìngua sarda [ˈliŋɡwa ˈzaɾda]) is a Romance language spoken by the Sardinians on the Western Mediterranean island of Sardinia . Many Romance linguists consider it the language that is closest to Latin among all its genealogical descendants.
Sardinian ( Sardu, Limba or Lingua sarda) is a Romance language. It is native to the island of Sardinia, a Mediterranean island and autonomous region of Italy. About 1.2 million people speak Sardinian. The main dialects are Campidanese (Campidanian), Gallurese (Gallurian), Logudorese (Logudorian), and Sassarese (Sassarian).
Its official name, Autonomous Region of Sardinia, is bilingual in Italian and Sardinian: Regione Autonoma della Sardegna / Regione Autònoma de Sardigna.  It is divided into four provinces and a metropolitan city. The capital of the region of Sardinia — and its largest city — is Cagliari .
Sardinian language: Sardu logudoresu, Sardu campidanesu, Gallurese, Sassarese. History of Sardinia. Tourist destinations of Sardinia. List of Sardinians. List of rulers of Sardinia. Sardinian archaeological and artistic sites. Tavolara Island, an island off Olbia, Sardinia, which is a self-proclaimed micronation.
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The Sardinian language is basically divided in two dialects, which are documented since XIth century. Logudorese, spoken in the center-north of the island, which is also sub-divided between Logudorese and Nuorese, it’s the same language with some different pronunciation. The mutual intelligibility is total.