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Florencio de Basaldua, the man who dreamed of uniting the Basque...

Florencio Basaldúa en la casa de la estancia %22Sol de Mayo%22 en Rawson
The ADNSUR+ website shares the story of the man who dreamed of united the Basque people of Chubut at the end of the 19th century

A double article in four Basque newspapers about Basque-Peruvian journalist “Paco”...

Paco Igartua, dirigió «Oiga» en tiempos de profundos cambios sociales y políticos del Perú
Basque newspapers in the Grupo Noticias group have published a two-part article about Peruvian journalist "Paco" Igartua, written by Josu Legarreta

500th anniversary of the first circumnavigation of the globe. We’re giving...

Portada La vuelta de Elkano. El molesto triunfo de la gente corriente de Eduardo Santamaria Urtiaga
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

Francisco “Paco” Igartua: the 99th anniversary of the birth of this...

Francisco "Paco" Igartua
Today marks the 99th anniversary of the birth of Basque-Peruvian journalist Francisco "Paco" Igartua. With this entry, we begin a series on his life and work

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?

The La Vizcaína Ranch: a story of Basques in Patagonia

Edificios de la Estancia «La Vizcaína»
The story of the La Vizcaína Ranch and the Basque family from Durango who created it and are still living there 100 years later

BBC: The legacy the Basques have left (and leave) in the...

Vascos en América BBC Mundo - foto Gobierno de la Ciudad de Buenos Aires
BBC World in Spanish brings us an article outlining the legacy Basques have left in the Americas

Reviewing the Basque legacy in San Juan, Argentina

Mienbros del Centro Vasco Eusko Etxea San Juan - Argentina
Journalist Ana Paula Gremoliche has published an article in 'Huarpe' about the role of the Basques in the history of San Juan province in Argentina

Jesús “Jess” Goñi, the Navarrese ‘bertsolari’ from Nevada

Jesús"jess" Goñi, bertsolari en Nevada
'The Nevada Independent' has published an excellent article on award-winning 'bertsolari' Jesús "Jess" Goñi, originally from the Baztán Valley in Navarre and now resident in Washoe County, Nevada

Eusebio Zamacola, the Basque from Basauri who became a legend in...

Eusebio Zamacola, «El Vasco». 1961. En- Archivo Museo Policial del Chaco.
Eusebio Zamacola, born in Basauri, ended up as a legendary bandit in the Chacho, before turning his life around