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Cider has been “protecting” Basque sailors for centuries

Basque galleons ride at anchor in Red Bay, Labrador (historimuseum.ca)
BlitzLift is a website that collects "info pills" about history, science, and curiosities.  We could spend hours discovering everything on offer on this New...

The “Basque influence” on the prehistory of Easter Island

This article was translated by John R. Bopp A while back, we blogged about the story of the king of the Moluku Islands who, in the...

Return to the “Basque heart” of Australia

The Basque visitors learned of the strong cultural ties Australia's Basques, or Euskadi, enjoy with their ancestral homeland. (Supplied: Basque Club of north Queensland)
This article was translated by John R. Bopp We are thrilled.  Why?  Because, again, journalist Tom Mayor has published an article about the Basques for the Australian Broadcasting...

Dan Ansotegui. Another Basque artist (we’re up to six) wins...

Dan Ansotegui premiado con el NATIONAL HERITAGE FELLOWSHIPS 2019
This article was translated by John R. Bopp The National Heritage Fellowship (NEA) is an award given since 1982 to traditional artists in the US by...

Two young Basque women are sharing our traditions at the Fortress...

This article was translated by John R. Bopp Canadian public broadcaster CBC has brought us a fabulous report about two young Basque students working there...

Basque pelota at the Panamerican Games in Lima, or, the unknown...

This article was translated by John R. Bopp The sports section of the Rede Globo website is dedicating special coverage to the Panamerican Games being held July 26 to...

Basque Museum: “From Euzkadi to Idaho”. Remembering People

«Desde Euzkadi hasta Idaho». Recordando a las personas. Un proyecto del Basque Museum de Boise
This article was translated by John R. Bopp The Basque Museum and Cultural Center of Boise has just published an online article telling us the most...

An Euzko Etxea borne of the more than four centuries of...

This article was translated by John R. Bopp Few Basque institutions have survived and thrived over four centuries.  In February of 2018, we wrote an article...

Eighty years on from the arrival of Basque refugees to Venezuela;...

This article was translated by John R. Bopp The impression Basques have left on Venezuela is wide, deep, and fruitful.  For example, their history, for better...

A survey to get to know the Basque Community in the...

El Vasco de la Carretilla (1935)
This article was translated by John R. Bopp The Directorate for the Basque Community Abroad at the Basque Government has just launched a survey designed to get a...

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