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[BKARTS] Saint-Jean-de-Luz

Not to be un raseur, but you're not likely to find Catalan spoken in Saint-Jean-de-Luz. Maybe Occitan (which some might confuse with Catalan, but it isn't spoken much there, either), certainly Basque, and of course, French and maybe a little bit of Castilian. A lovely town in a lovely area.

Paul T Werner, New York

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