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March 7, 1875, birth of Maurice Ravel, a Basque hidden from the view of all…even the Basques themselves. We want everyone to remember him
The traditional Maskarada will be traveling from town to town in Soule through April 22. It's definitely worth seeing
"Txirrita" on France 3 covers Basque topics, and has dedicated an episode to explaining the history of Soule
We know we've said it a thousand times, but the New York Times is, for us, one of the international media that best transmits...
The Inauguration of the 2022 Day of the Basque Diaspora, a celebration for Basques all over the world, was held in Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port
September 8th is the Day of the Basque Diaspora all over the world. If you're going to take part, share what you're organizing!
Sylvia Sabes travels to the Southern Basque Country to explain on the BBC what Basque pilota is and how important it is for the Basques
Saturday, May 7, 2022, the 9th Pintxo Eguna will be held in Bayonne: 32 different peñas, and 54,000 in total
Three portals, one per government administration the Basque Country is divided into, offer access to resources on Basque culture. Our proposal: they should work together
We're thrilled to introduce a new member to the team, Katelyn Simone, our correspondent in New York, who's sharing tales of her visit to the birthplace of Maurice Ravel