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Logo Arredol.jpg
Type Electronic newspaper
Format Digital
Publisher Chorche Romance
Founded 19 September 2011
Political alignment Progressivism
Language Aragonese language
Headquarters Zaragoza

Arredol (English: "Around"; Spanish: "Alrededor") is an electronic newspaper written in the Aragonese language. The newspaper was founded on 19 September 2011 and at the time was the first digital news source written entirely in Aragonese.[1] The project is open to contributions from readers themselves who may provide news, articles, and images.

The language model used by Arredol is the standardized spelling of the Academia de l'Aragonés, which is supported by most institutions and associations to be more in keeping with the etymology and medieval Aragonese.

Upon the launch of the newspaper, its editors were Chorche Burgos Romance, Lucía Marco López and Carlos García.

All contents of this newspaper Arredol are published under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0.

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  1. ^ "Nace Arredol, un medio digital íntegramente en aragonés". Retrieved 26 July 2015. 

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