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The Plaza of the Basques is opened in Tres Arroyos, Argentina

inauguración de la "plaza de los vascos" en Tres Arroyos (Argentina)
This article was translated by John R. Bopp As our readers well know, the activity of the Basques of the diaspora is something that we consider...

A sculpture is unveiled in Buenos Aires of President Companys, attended...

Escultura del president Companys en Buenos Aires
  This article was translated by John R. Bopp This Saturday, a statue dedicated to President Lluis Companys was unveiled in the Catalunya Plaza in Buenos Aires. Sara...

The broadcast story of the exile of some Basque nationalists: the...

Dolores Barquín, protagonistad de esta historia en el Centro Laurak-bat de Buenos Aires (foto La Nación)
  This article was translated by John R. Bopp Jorge Fernández Díaz is a prestigious Argentine author and journalist.  Among his many famous books is his 2010...

Today marks the 140th anniversary of the Buenos Aires Laurak Bat,...

Entrada del Centro Vasco Laurak Bat de Buenos Aires (foto Gorka Berasain)
This article was translated by John R. Bopp Today, March 13, 2017, our admired professor Mikel Ezkerro has reminded us that on this day 140 years...

Pelota, the Basque sport, Pancho Villa’s passion, and its spread through...

Pancho Villa posa ante la cámara en un descanso de un partido de Pelota
  This article was translated by John R. Bopp On this occasion, we’re going to bring together news from several sources.  One was published on the website...

Basque solidarity in Argentina. There are things you just have, in your...

Miembros del Centro Vasco de San NIcolás preparando alimentos para atender a los damnificados de las inundaciones del centro de Argentina
This article was translated by John R. Bopp In the last few days, in northern Buenos Aires province in Argentina, heavy rain has been causing flooding...

Have some milk, Basque style.  A story of Basques in Buenos...

Los lecheros vascos y Vascolet dos eleemtos de la historia popular de Buenos Aires
This article was translated by John R. Bopp Argentine daily Clarín has published an article by Eduardo Parise in its “Secret Buenos Aires” section that is...

The Basque who opened the first candy store in Buenos Aires,...

foto de la antigua fábrica Noel, una de las grandes productoras del dulce, que producía en 1910, 40.000 kgs.de dulce de membrillo por día. Situada en Defensa y Cochabamba de la Ciudad de Buenos Aires. Foto copiada de la web Filosofia de Sabor que a la que a su vez se la ha cedido Buenos Aires Antiguo
This article was translated by John R. Bopp This is one of those “Basque stories” that always leaves us with our jaw dropped, and, like so...

“Chancellor” Vitico from Argentina: “You Don’t Understand the Miracle of Being...

Vitico Bereciartua para la entrevista de Mad House
This article was translated by John R. Bopp We’ve spoken about the Basque presence in Argentina many times, and about its fundamental role in building this...

Olarticoechea: a book protagonist, Argentine, footballer, national team selector, and Basque.

Julio Jorge Olarticoechea, seleccionador del equipo olímpico de futbol de Argentina en las Olimpiadas 2016
  This article was translated by John R. Bopp A month ago, on this blog we talked about a biography about an Argentine footballer who was known...