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The Day of the Diaspora: a celebration of the Basques held in Guernica and in every corner of the world, to honor or forebears and our present
Discovering Carlist General Zumalakarregi as a Basque pro-independence federalist republican. A hidden story
Two Argentine Basque centers have commissioned murals of Picasso's "Guernica" as a way to share our history and existence as a people
Tasting Table has published an interesting article covering the reasons which explain the important presence of Basque cuisine in the US
"Txirrita" on France 3 covers Basque topics, and has dedicated an episode to explaining the history of Soule
An article by Basque historian Jean-Claude Larronde about an event that shows the terrible impact of the French Revolution on Basque society
An app and a website allow us to see what the Door of the Judgment at Tudela Cathedral would have looked lik 800 years ago
When we found out Vitoria-born Alvaro Amieiro Fonseca had written «La ruta del Sain», a historical novel recreating the epic journal of the Basque...
The National University of La Plata (UNLP) is a public university in Argentina, considered one of the two leading institutions of higher learning in the...
It was recently his birthday, so we wanted to write an entry on Mikel Ezkerro, an important figure in Basque culture in Argentina and...