What is this pink wildflower?

Do you know the name of this wildflower? The plant has long stems and long leaves, the flowers are pink and small. Two petals seems like joined together on top, and the third petal is on the bottom like a little tongue 🙂 Please, help me with this flower identification. I saw it in the wild, so I guess it is some kind of a wildflower. It was blooming in June in France. Thank you for all your suggestions in advance.

Pink wildflowers

Pink wildflowers

Pink wildflowers

Reviewer Asked on September 26, 2016 in Flowers.
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    It looks more like Lathyrus latifolius, the Perennial peavine, Perennial pea, Broad-leaved everlasting-pea, or just Everlasting pea, in the Pea Family Fabaceae. It is native to Europe but is present on other continents, such as North America and Australia, where it is most often seen along roadsides.

    Unlike the related annual sweet pea, Lathyrus odoratus, with which it may be confused, Lathyrus latifolius has no scent. While grown as a garden plant it may be pervasive and difficult to remove. Because of this, this species is often considered to be a weed despite its attractive appearance.

    Vice Professor Answered on October 3, 2016.
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    Maybe sweet peas?

    Doctor Answered on October 3, 2016.
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