Aromanian is a dialect of Romanian spoken by some 150,000 people throughout the Balkan Peninsula in Albania, Bulgaria, Greece, FYR Macedonia and Romania.
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Alkiviadis Diamandi of Samarina
The Pindos Vlach 'Prince' Alcibiade Diamandi and the short-lived Republic of Korytsa.
The Folklore Association of Vlahs (Armani) in Veria
The association established in 1981 seeks to preserve the customs, traditions, and language of the Aromanian community. Its members come from the Pindos Mountains villages of Veria, Vlahohoria, Vermion seli, Xerolivado, and Doliani.
Greek Helsinki: Aromanians (Vlachs) in Greece
The Greek Helsinki Committee closely monitors the treatment of ethnic minorities in Greece, including the situation of the Aromanian (Vlach) community. Includes various reports, news and useful links.
Society Farsarotul is the oldest Aromanian organization in the US. The Society publishes a quarterly newsletter in English covering the community both in the Balkans and the US.
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