Ladino, aka. Judeo-Spanish or Djudeo-Espanyol is the language spoken by descendats of the Jews who were expelled from the Iberian peninsula in 1492.
It was the language of the various Sefardic communities around the world.
Today there are very few people for whom it is a mother-tongue, but there are many people around the world working on keeping the language alive.
I started to collect resources about Ladino on another page.
Published on 2022-01-01 by Gabor Szabo