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Two Videos to Discover the “Colegio de las Vizcaínas” in Mexico,...

A year ago, we wrote an article to commemorate the 250th anniversary of the founding of the Colegio de San Ignacio or "Colegio de las...

10 + 1 curious facts about the Mexico City Frontón, which...

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Fachada del remozado Frontón México
This article appeared in El Universal at the beginning of the year, and offers us some great information about the Mexico City Frontón, which we've blogged...

On US NPR: the Basque chef who became a ‘cesta punta’...

Mikel Larregi Sistiaga (Maya Kroth)
WBUR is the public broadcaster at the University of Boston, and is part of National Public Radio, which we've referenced many times before.It's the...

The frontón courts in the Old Town of Mexico City (including...

This article was translated by John R. Bopp We've mentioned before how important Basque pelota, in general, and jai-alai in particular, were (and are) in Mexico. ...

The Basurto de Getaria family: a model of the Basque roots...

Los Basurto de Getaria en San Luis de Potosi
This article was translated by John R. Bopp This isn't the first time we've brought up San Luis de Potosí and its silver mines.  Many...

Smuggled Mexican silver found in Getaria

Lingote plata mexicana en Getaria
This article was translated by John R. Bopp Our readers will probably already have heard about the silver ingot found by a diver at the bottom...

Mexico and the Basque Country want to bring back the Manila-Acapulco...

Imagen de un el Galeón de Manila-Acapulco
This article was translated by John R. Bopp We've spoken on more than one occasion about the huge influence the Basques have had on the history...

From Mexico: an educational tradition of Basque origin turns 250 years...

This article was translated by John R. Bopp We have noticed sometimes that there's a tendency for the stories that reach the blog to group together...

Mexico: after 20 years, the jai alai court is reopening; 20-year...

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Reinauguración del Frontón México (fotografía Yadín Xolalpa)
This article was translated by John R. Bopp A while back, we told you the story of the inauguration of the Havana jai alai court on...

Iribarren, the “Crazy Basque” who built a monument in Mexico to...

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El Monumento a Fleming que el vasco Iribarren le erigió en México (fotografía: Héctor García)
This article was translated by John R. Bopp The Mexican daily La Vanguardia on Saturday published an extensive and well-researched report by Jesús Peña dedicated to...

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