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The Galapagos island that Ecuador owes the Basques, and other stories...

Isla Floreana, Galapagos
Floreana, one of the Galapagos Islands, could be the property of a town in Soule, Barcus. Brought to us by France Bleu

The bicentennial of the Declaration of Independence of Peru and the...

el general San martín declara la independencia del Perú el 28 de julio de 1821
We introduce a series of articles on the Republics of the New World and the roles Basques played, before, during, and after the republics were born

The future of Basque culture is “dancing” out west

Los más jóvenes bailando en el Elko’s National Basque Festival 2021
Some videos from Elko's National Basque Festival show how the future our country's culture is alive and well in the world

July 9th: the Commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the first...

La Ikurriña en el Euskaldun Batzokija de Bilbao (14/7/1894) y en el Laurak Bat de Buenos Aires (9/7/1921)
On July 9th, the Laurak Bat Center in Buenos Aires is going to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the first time the Ikurriña was raised there

John Ascuaga, the son of a Basque sheepherder who built a...

John Ascuaga y sus hijos Michonne y Stephen
John Ascuaga, the son of Basque immigrants who became a prominent Nevada businessman, has passed away at 96

100th anniversary of the Basque Argentine Club of Concordia, Argentina

Centenario del Club Vasco Argentino de Concordia
This June, the Basque Argentine Club of Concordia, Argentina, which has been recognized with a Declaration of Legislative Interest for its cultural, social, and...

Basque culture in the US as told on the American Airlines...

Dantzaris vascos en Boise Alefort_credit: Aaron Rodriguez
The American Airlines travel website has shared an article about the Basques in Boise and their ability to preserve their roots with their homeland

Pachi, the “ice cream shop of 1,000 flavors,” founded by a...

Heladeria Pachi en Berazategui, Argentina
An artisanal icre cream shop i nBerazategui, founded by a Basque man named Patxi, is an ice cream landmark in all of Buenos Aires

Basque boarding houses in the US: A chapter in Basque history...

Cena en el Centro Basco de Chino (California) (AL KAMALIZAD: FOR LAIST)
The Laist website is sharing with us a magnificent chornicle about the end of a fundamental part of the history of the Basques in the US: Basque hotels

The Basque foundry built in the heart of Angola in the...

Ruinas de la Fábrica de Ferro de Nova Oeiras  en una fotografía de 1950 (Angola)
The story of some Basque blacksmiths hired in the 18th century by the Kingdom of Portugal to build and run a foundry in Angola