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Gallicianò is a village in Calabria, southern Italy, administratively a frazione of Condofuri. It has some 200 inhabitants, who are entirely Greek-Calabrian dialect speaking.

The village was founded in the 10th century AD, by people escaping the ravaging of the Greek town of Kilkis by the Bulgarians.

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Coordinates: 38°01′00″N 15°53′11″E / 38.01667°N 15.88639°E / 38.01667; 15.88639