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Who was the first to sail around the world, Magellan, Elkano,...

Grabado de Juan Sebastián Elkano
National Geographic has just published an article highlighting that it was Elkano who actually achieved the feat. But what if he were a woman?

Irigoyen-Irujo: the Lehendakari’s 1942 New World Tour in Uruguay and the...

Aguirre en el Teatro Florida donde brindó la conferencia “El sentido democrático, social y el de la libertad de los pueblos en los actuales momentos”
Alberto Irigoyen and Xabier Irujo share an article with us about the Lehendakari's 1942 tour's stop in Uruguay, and their final report

Soccer, European nations, and Basque War Children in Wales: an interview...

Aitor Elizegi  presidente del Athletic Club de Bilbao  (Credit: Athletic Club website)
This isn't the first time we've brought you an article from Welsh journalist Christopher Evans, nor the first time we've brought you an article...

The Guilds of Aránzazu in the colonial capitals of Lima and...

Estampa callejera de México en la etapa colonial
An article by Dr. Elisa Luque Alcaide helps us understand the structure created by the Basques living in the New World colonies

The Basques before the independence of the Viceroyalty of New Granada...

Batalla de Boyacá. Óleo de Martín Tovar y Tovar, París, 1880.
Basque-Colombian John Alejandro Ricaurte presents us with the Basques' contribution to the independence process of New Granada.

December 18 (1681), the Day the Guild of Aránzazu of Mexico...

Atrio convento de San Francisco México, donde estaba la capilla de la Cofradía de Nuestra Señora de Aránzazu de México
On this day in 1681, the notary act that created the legal entity of the Brotherhood of Our Lady of Aránzazu of Mexico City was...

375th anniversary of Our Lady of Aránzazu in Lima, and its...

375 aniversario de la entronización de la Virgen Aranzazu en Lima
October 18th commemorates the enthronement of Our Lady of Aránzazu at the Chapel of the brotherhood which unites the Basques in Lima

St. Francis Xavier: the Navarrese Saint who spoke in the “Biscayne”...

Representación de San Francisco Xabier
Today, December 3, is the feast day of St. Francis Xavier, as well as the Day of Navarre and the Day of the Basque...

“Basques in the Atlantic World, 1450-1824”: An Approach to Basque History...

Today, we'd like to bring you a work by Xabier Lamikiz, professor at the Department of Public Policy and Economic History at the University of...

Aboitiz & Company: 100 years of a Basque company from the...

Aboitiz Old Cebu Building-Aboitiz & Co.’s first headquarters, in a modest two-story building on Juan Luna Street in the heart of Cebu City.
One of the largest industrial conglomerates in the Philippines, Aboitiz & Co., is turning 100. Philippine daily 'Inquirer' tells the story of this Basque family saga