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An article by Dr. Elisa Luque Alcaide helps us understand the structure created by the Basques living in the New World colonies
The La Vasconia Bakery, opened 152 years ago, is the oldest bakery in Mexico City, and is the work of Basques, just like Corona beer
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...
A new concert of music by composers of the Basque diaspora at the second edition of the Batura series.
The story of Luis de Basabe, a very Basque Mexican engineer and author, who lived in Baja California
October 18th commemorates the enthronement of Our Lady of Aránzazu at the Chapel of the brotherhood which unites the Basques in Lima
Ana Rita Valera, director of the Historical Archive, and Lizzeth Armenta, Museum Curator, tell us of the role of the Vizcaínas School in Mexico's struggle for independence
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"
A while back, we wrote an article about the contributions made in Venezuela by Basque architects who had been forced to feel the dictatorship...
A year ago, we wrote an article to commemorate the 250th anniversary of the founding of the Colegio de San Ignacio or "Colegio de las...