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The Gypsies who became bertsolaris and their “mixed language” that’s going...

Familia de gitanos vascos (principios del siglo XX)
This article was translated by John R. Bopp From a chance encounter on the website Ethnologue.com, which we’ve referred to before because of their unique definition...

On when Bruce Springsteen fell in love with “Agur Jaunak” in...

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  This article was translated by John R. Bopp A while back on our website, we put up a video of The Kelly Family, an American group...

Amazing: “The Basque Country A-Z”  Videos by an Irishwoman on the...

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“The Basque Country A-Z”: Videos by an Irishwoman about the Basque Country
This article was translated by John R. Bopp Second entry hereWe don’t know who she is, and we just discovered her thanks to her Twitter profile,...

Basques offer an ancestral example that provides contemporary teachings, which must...

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San Antonio downtown just after sunset showing skyline around Tower of the Americas & Alamodome
This article was translated by Joseba Varela Iñigo Arzac has visited Euskadi. Judging by his name and surname, it seems obvious that he has Basque origins....

National Geographic 1968: A look back, to 45 years ago, at...

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Mapa del Pais Vasco incluido en el articulo escirto por autor norteamericano de origen vasco Robert Laxalt, y con fotografías de William Albert Allard, en la revista National Geographic publicaba en 1968
This article was translated by John R. Bopp In August of 1968, National Geographic published an outstanding 37-page article titled “Land of the Ancient Basques”.  It...

Basques in Canada: Saint Pierre et Miquelon, 1902-1954-2012: Zazpiak Bat

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This article was translated by John R. Bopp Thanks to @ybarralde for tipping us off to this Canadian documentaryDirector Gil la Roche and journalist Pierre Gauvreau...

63 Seconds of Basques Having Fun in Uruguay in 1922!

This article was translated by John R. Bopp One of our regular readers has just sent a YouTube video that is a collection of short films...

Embroidery: the Basque stitch and the Basque knot.  Did you know...

  This article was translated by John R. Bopp Today we’re blogging with a mixture of surprise, curiosity, and ignorance.  It turns out that among all the...

A report on ‘bertsolarismo’ written by an American who loves our...

This article was translated by John R. Bopp Our regular readers will remember Amanda Gonser, as she wrote an amazing article on the Olentzero for a newspaper...

Welsh Children Sing “Ilargia” by Ken Zazpi (video)

What an absolutely amazing surprise!  We just heard the news (thanks to a reader!) that we could find the work of a Basque teacher,...

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