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The song by a Peruvian singer-songwriter that we recorded under the...

"el Árbol" de Lino Bolaños Baldassari grabada bajo el Árbol de Gernika
This article was translated by John R. Bopp We've had the chance to talk a lot lately about the Brotherhood of Our Lady of Aranzazu of Lima,...

From Mexico: an educational tradition of Basque origin turns 250 years...

This article was translated by John R. Bopp We have noticed sometimes that there's a tendency for the stories that reach the blog to group together...

Closing a nearly five-century old circle: a ‘novena’ of the Basques...

Virgen de Arantzazu
This article was translated by John R. Bopp A few days ago, we dedicated a longer article to the Brotherhood of the Virgen of Arantzazu of...

February 13: 406 years of the foundation of the Brotherhood of...

Oglesia de San Franciso de Lima. Donde se encuentra la Capilla y la Boveda de la Hermandad de Arantzazu de Lima
This article was translated by John R. Bopp Updated June 16, 2019: The Constitution of the Arantzazu Euzko Etxea of Lima (at the end of the...

1954 Basque Festival in Mar del Plata (film courtesy of the...

Imágenes de la sexta Semana Vasca de Mar del Plata (1954)
This article was translated by John R. Bopp To celebrate the new year, the Argentine National General Archive has shared, on Facebook and Twitter, a small...

You can help choose the date to pay homage to the...

Vascos y argentinos. Argentinos y vascos. Dos patrias para Hombres libres
This article was translated by John R. Bopp Many Basques, despite generations and distance, maintain a deep connection with their origins, their homeland.  This “pride of...

Zatarain: the Basque who created the “Cajun flavor” company in New...

Popeyes Zatarain's Butterfly Shrimp
We have discussed the very important and rather unknown community of Basques in Louisiana.  The Basque presence there is rather logical, given that Louisiana...