What sign languages spoken in Italy can be regarded as Italian sign languages and what are the sign languages spoken in Italy called (in Italian)?


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As you can see from Wikipedia, the sign language used in Italy is called "lingua dei segni italiana". You can find more information about this sign language at these Wikipedia articles:

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