Ghadamès is a language spoken mainly by some Libyan Berbers. It is spoken in Ghadames, a small oasis town near the Libyan border with Algeria and Tunisia. It is spoken by 10,000 people in Libya, and 2,000 elsewhere. It has two dialects, Ayt Waziten and Elt Ulid.
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