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We've always found the presence of brotherhoods and guilds throughout the Americas which had been organized by the Basque community in the 17th and...
The Limako Arantzazu Euzko Etxea—Lima Basque Center has just made the announcement on their blog: Monsignor Martín Fulgencio Elorza Legaristi, shall name Monsignor Elorza,...
410th anniversary of the founding of the Brotherhood of Aránzazu of Lima, the first Basque organization in the New World
An article by Dr. Elisa Luque Alcaide helps us understand the structure created by the Basques living in the New World colonies
On this day in 1681, the notary act that created the legal entity of the Brotherhood of Our Lady of Aránzazu of Mexico City was...
An article and two books led by Basque-Chilean Pedro Oyanguren as a part of our series on the independence of the New World Republics tell us all about Chile
On September 9, the Colegio de San Ignacio de Loyola – Vizcaínas School, founded by the Basques living in Mexico City in the 18th century, celebrates its "birthday"
The Day of the Basque Diaspora is fast approaching. The Basque Government is putting together a virtual agenda of all the activities being organized all over the world to celebrate.
The Brotherhood and Basque Center of Our Lady of Aranzazu have issued a statement condeming the storming of the Capitol Building in Washington
The Basque Government has just debuted the video summarizing the contributions of the Basque community abroad to the celebration of the 2020 Day of the Basque Diaspora