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National Geographic: cider’s key role in the history of the Basques

La sidra se escancia de un barril en la Sidrería Barkaiztegi, donde la misma familia ha producido sidra desde 1680.  FOTOGRAFÍA DE AGEFOTOSTOCK, ALAMY STOCK PHOTO
National Geographic has published an article on their website about the key role cider has played in Basque culture, society, and economy over the centuries

AP, talking about the Ituren-Zubieta Carnival without using the word “Basque”

''Joaldunak'' march along a path as they take part in Carnival in the small Pyrenees village of Ituren, northern Spain. (AP Photo/Alvaro Barrientos)
In what has become a news tradition, the Carnival in Ituren-Zubieta catches the attention of numerous world media outlets, as we've mentioned on many occasions. This...

A Perfect Plan for Starting 2020: Attend One of the Soule...

Altzurukuko maskaradak 1925
Two years ago, we dedicated an entry in our Viewpoints section to the Maskarada held in Soule.  At that time, we recommended not missing...

Viewpoints: Urdatx-Santa Grazi (Soule): Photos and Video

Iglesia de Urdatx Santa Grazi
This article was translated by John R. Bopp In the southern part of Soule, almost at the foot of the Mount of the Three Kings, which...

Viewpoints: The Maskarada in Xiberoa (Soule) (Video)

This article was translated by John R. Bopp A journey to the heart of the Land of the Basques: Soule. A video and thoughts On the last...

Dior and a Dutchman introduce a substantial part of the Basque...

Fotograma del capítulo dedicado a los vascos de la serie Tales of the Wild, realizada por Dior para promocionar su perfume "Sauvage"
This article was translated by John R. Bopp Nerea, a follower of ours on Instagram (what a great idea it was to open that account a...

The Antzar Eguna in Lekeitio, the “Photo of the Day” in...

El Antzar Eguna de Lekeitio una de las "fotos del día" de un diario de Singapur (foto Reuters)
This article was translated by John R. Bopp Make bigger.  It was also on the website of the American network ABC.  But in this case, it’s...

Where to “soak up” the Basque culture in Cordoba (Argentina)

Vascos y argentinos. Argentinos y vascos. Dos patrias para Hombres libres
This article was tranlated by Iustrans The Argentine newspaper La Voz del Interior published a report prepared by Veronica Sudar  (Union of Communities of Immigrants...

The Basque melody that has become an “unofficial” anthem of Israel

This article was translated by John R. Bopp Today, May 14, is the day when Israel celebrates their Declaration of Independence. It was on May...

National Geographic 1968: A look back, to 45 years ago, at...

Mapa del Pais Vasco incluido en el articulo escirto por autor norteamericano de origen vasco Robert Laxalt, y con fotografías de William Albert Allard, en la revista National Geographic publicaba en 1968
This article was translated by John R. Bopp In August of 1968, National Geographic published an outstanding 37-page article titled “Land of the Ancient Basques”.  It...