L Princepico — in Mirandese.

Mirandese (Mirandês) is a Romance language spoken primarily in northeastern Portugal, specifically in the region of Miranda do Douro and parts of the municipalities of Vimioso and Mogadouro in the district of Bragança. Mirandese is derived from the Latin spoken by Roman settlers in the Iberian Peninsula, influenced by pre-Roman languages such as Astur-Leonese and GalicianPortuguese. During the medieval period, the region where Mirandese is spoken was part of the Kingdom of León, which influenced the language’s development. It is now recognised as a co-official language alongside Portuguese in this region. Despite its limited number of speakers, Mirandese is a significant marker of local identity and cultural heritage.