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Western script is a type of writing system that uses the Latin alphabet, and is used in many countries around the world, including the United States, Canada, Australia
Italy, City of Castellaneta (Taranto) by Giovan Battista Pacichelli from Il Regno di Napoli in prospettiva
Cartography, Italy, 18th century. The City of Castellaneta (Taranto). Engraving from Il Regno di Napoli in prospettiva (The Kingdom of Naples in Perspective), by Giovan Battista Pacichelli, 1702
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Western script is a type of writing system that uses the Latin alphabet, and is used in many countries around the world, including the United States, Canada, Australia, and most of Europe. The Latin alphabet consists of 26 letters and is used to write English as well as other languages such as Spanish and French. Western script has been used for centuries to record information about people, places, events, and ideas and has also been used to create literature such as books and plays. Western script has evolved over time with new symbols being added or removed from it depending on its usage in different countries or regions. This type of writing system is still widely used today for communication between individuals and organizations all over the world.