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Tasting Table has published an interesting article covering the reasons which explain the important presence of Basque cuisine in the US
A 15th-century Basque shipwreck found in Newport is now under reconstruction: the largest 3D puzzle in the world!
Reports on the discovery of the Hand of Irulegi are being covered by US public radio stations in areas with a Basque presence
"Txirrita" on France 3 covers Basque topics, and has dedicated an episode to explaining the history of Soule
The Heritage Daily website has included the Hand of Irulegi on its list of the top ten archaeological finds of the year
So, when the news broke yesterday in local media that a text in Vasconic (which, in our ignorance on the topic, we didn't know...
The Basque Diaspora Archives: an essential part of preserving Basque history that you can be a part of with your contributions
October 25, 2022 marks the 183rd anniversary of the beginning of the process to destroy the Basque 'fueros' in the Southern Basque Country
The fact that the royal beekeeper informed the bees of the Queen's passing should not have surprised the Basques, as it's an ancient tradition here
On the 500th anniversary of the first circumnavigation of the globe, we're giving away an essay about Elkano by Enrique Santamaría which was just published by Eusko Ikaskuntza