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Txapela, the natural Basque cider being made in Argentina

Txapela, la sidra vasca de Argentina
The Argentine daily Rio Negro (which we've cited before on many occasions) has just published an article by Jorge Tanos discussing the story of...

A Course to Train 35 Basque Teachers Starts in Argentina

Curso 2020 de profesores de Euskera en Argentina
The San Nicolás Basque Center has just started a new course to train Basque language teachers for the Basque Centers of South America.  This year,...

The Ongi Etorri Basque Center celebrates St. Sebastian’s Day by planting...

Celebración de San Sebastián en el Centro Vasco de Magdalena
Magdalenaweb is the website of the City of Magdalena, in the Argentine province of Buenos Aires, and has just reported on how the  there...

News Briefs. Representatives of the Basque Center meet with the Mayor...

Reunion centro vasco Saladillo Argentina
In his office in the City Palace, the Mayor of Saladillo, José Luis Salomón, held a meeting with some of the members of the...

From Argentina—Basque: a language that is part of local history

Many places around the world, wherever there are Basques or friends of Basques, celebrated the International Day of the Basque Language, the Euskararen Nazioarteko Eguna,...

Today, November 2, marks the start of the 2019 National Basque...

Mienbros del Centro Vasco de  Bahia Blanca
Today, the Argentine daily La Nueva out of Bahía Blanca has published an article reporting that the city's Basque Center, the Unión Vasca Sociedad de Socorros...

Hiru Erreka, the history of a Basque Center in Argentina is...

This article was translated by John R. Bopp The Argentine daily La Voz del Pueblo, published in Tres Arroyos, has just published an article by Stella Maris Gil discussing...

The Irujo Brothers, Manuel, Andrés María, and Pello, in memory of...

Mikel Ezkerro was born in Rawson, Chacabuco, Buenos Aires province, and studied at the Jesuit school in Bilbao, in the Basque Country.  He continued...

Txapela, the Basque cider made in Argentina from Patagonian apples

Sidra vasca hecha en Patagonia
This article was translated by John R. Bopp Puntobiz, the Argentine business website, has just introduced a cider made from Patagonian apples that is 100% Basque. That...

Juan Ayerbe and his “castle” in Argentina—the inspiration for “Maitetxu mía”?

Castillo de Juan Ayerbe en argentina
This article was translated by John R. Bopp The daily La Nueva out of Bahía Blanca, Argentina, has just published a fascinating story by Hernán Guercio telling the...