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The Incredible Revival of the Basque Language in France

Des manifestants en faveur des écoles en langue basque à Ciboure le 8 novembre 2014 afp.com/Iroz Gaizka
"The Incredible Revival of Basque in France".  That was the title of the op-ed piece by chief editor Michel Feltin-Palas in the French daily...

The “Aita Gurea” that has been on the Mount of Olives...

Iglesia del Pater Noster Jerusalén  by_Madelien_Knight
On this day 118 years ago, a plaque with the text of the Lord's Prayer in Basque was placed in Jerusalem.  There were a...

A Course to Train 35 Basque Teachers Starts in Argentina

Curso 2020 de profesores de Euskera en Argentina
The San Nicolás Basque Center has just started a new course to train Basque language teachers for the Basque Centers of South America.  This year,...

Amaia Gabantxo: Word Warrior

Izadora Angel y Amaia Gabantxo en una presentacion en la libreria City Lit Books de Chicago
This article was translated by John R. Bopp Amaia Gabantxo is from Bermeo (like our Basque language editor, Leire Madariaga), and really, we shouldn't have to...

From Melbourne: “19 key places” in Bilbao and San Sebastian, and...

99 ESSENTIAL BASQUE (EUSKARA) PHRASES FOR YOUR TRIP TO THE BASQUE COUNTRY - The Intrepid Guide
This article was translated by John R. Bopp Michele was born in Melbourne, Australia to a family of Italian origin.  She is a lover of languages...

‘The Economist’ published an ode to ‘bertsolaritza’

Maialen Lujanbio. Campeonato bertsolaritza 2017
This article was translated by John R. Bopp On Valentine's Day, The Economist, in both their print and online editions, regaled their readers with a true love...

How the Basque language has survived, on US public radio

A man in traditional Basque dress Credit- Urko Dorronsoro
This article was translated by John R. Bopp Broadcaster Public Radio International (PRI), part of the US public radio network, has a program, The World in Words, led...

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...

A Basque lullaby heard at the Chicago Planetarium

Amaia Gabantxo interviniendo en el Planetarium de Chicago
This article was translated by John R. Bopp Amaia Gabantxo never ceases to pleasantly surprise us.  At this rate, we’re going to have to make up...

The king of an island in the Moluccas who, in the...

Isla Tidore en las Molucas, gobernada hace 500 años por un rey que hablaba euskera (fotografía Jakarta Post)
  This article was translated by John R. Bopp We found this story so interesting that we just jumped at the chance to break the rules and...

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