Eth Petit Prince — in Aranese.

Aranese, also known as Aranese Occitan, is a variety of the Occitan language spoken in the Val d’Aran, a small valley located in the Pyrenees mountains in Catalonia, Spain. The Val d’Aran is an autonomous territory within Catalonia, and Aranese is one of the official languages of the valley, alongside Catalan and Spanish.

Aranese is a specific variety of Occitan, known for its distinct features and unique linguistic characteristics. While it shares a linguistic heritage with other Occitan varieties, it has its own regional identity and pronunciation.

Aranese is not only a means of communication but also a crucial element of the cultural heritage and identity of the people of the Val d’Aran. It is used in literature, music, traditional arts, and cultural events to promote and preserve the linguistic and cultural traditions of the valley.