This article was translated by John R. Bopp

On Monday, November 7, we had our second segment on the Atsalde Pasa program on Onda Vasca Radio.

We dedicated this space to talking about one of the stories that most fascinates us: that of the Brotherhood of Our Lady of Arantzazu in Lima, Peru.  Just this Saturday, we published a similar article in the “Basque History” section of Deia.

We also spoke about the silver ingot that was found at the bottom of Getaria harbor, which originated in San Luis de Potosí, Mexico, and was sent back to a Basque expat’s family in an “unofficial” capacity.

We’d like to share the recording of the show and some corresponding blog references.

 

DEIA

DEIA 10-11-2018 LA HERMANDAD DE NUESTRA SEÑORA DE ARANTZAZU DE LIMA

Articles on the topics covered

February 13: 406 years of the foundation of the Brotherhood of Arantzazu in Lima

Encontrada plata mexicana de contrabando en Getaria


If you’d like to listen to the show live, here’s where you can find it:

Frecuencias de Onda Vasca
Onda Vasca frequencies

And if you’re outside the coverage area, you can also listen to it on their website.


Basílica-Convento de San Francisco de Lima (Fotografía:Bruno Locatelli)
Basilica-Convent of St. Francis of Lima (photo courtesy Bruno Locatelli)