Welcome to the Romance Languages guide. My name is Kathia Ibacache, I am your Romance Languages librarian and I am here to assist you during your time at CU Boulder. Please contact me anytime you would like to order books and other materials or need assistance during your research projects.
The Romance Language derived from the Vulgar Latin, which was spoken by the Roman Empire. While all Romance languages countries have their own unique cultures and phonetic landscapes, Romance languages share a distinctive closeness that allow people to identify vocabulary similarities across these languages.
There is a variety of dishes enjoyed by Romance languages countries and regions. Many of these recipes are found in more than one country with slightly alterations. For example, "empanadas" are considered a national dish in several Romance languages countries.
Empanadas Chilean Cazuela Spanish Paella
Peruvian Ceviche Portuguese Amêijoas à Bulhão Pato Italian Panzanella
All images taken from Wikimedia Commons.