Bizkaiko Txakolinaren Eguna was held in San Mamés organized by the Bizkaiko Txakolina Designation of Origin, which brings together winemakers, producers and professionals related to Bizkaia’s txakoli to present the latest vintage.
39 wineries of Rioja Alavesa wines and txakolis, a cider maker and a craft distillery, attend the German fair under the brand Euskadi Basque Country. ProWein is considered by the sector as the most important and significant showcase for its international character and the professional profile of the visitors.
The painting depicting the 1937 bombing of the Basque town, Guernica, has never been displayed in the Basque Country.
These beloved wall sports are considered to be the descendants of a 17th-Century game and the direct ancestors of tennis, squash and racket ball.
The UNESCO Creative Cities Network was created in 2004 to promote cooperation “towards and between” cities that are able to identify creativity as a strategic element of sustainable urban development.
NABO (North American Basque Organization) held last Saturday in San Francisco a ‘Special Tribute’ to five bertsolaris from the United States.
Exceeding expectations, the 40th anniversary of the Basque Cultural Center or Gure Euskal Etxea in the Californian city of San Francisco was a success in terms of organization and participation this past weekend.
The prestigious classical music magazine has highlighted Euskadiko Orkestra in its January issue, granting a recognition that no other orchestra in Spain had received until now.
Born in Pennsylvania, he was the son of Henry and Gloria, owners of a store dedicated to interior decoration; there he awakened his unique sense of aesthetics. Through drawing and painting, Jeff Koons developed his skills by making copies of masterpieces that were sold in the family business.
The ‘Euskal Artzainainak Ameriketan Museoa’ (Museum of Basque Shepherds in America), which was inaugurated in Elgorriaga, in the interior and exterior of the renovated mill of the town.