Buenos Aires, Argentina. Basques and their descendants that live outside of Euskal Herria work hard to keep, cultivate and spread the Basque culture all year round. This work is carried out, most of the time, in silence and the majority remain unknown outside of limited circles. This is why the proposal of celebrating the Day of the Diaspora, the Basque community abroad, allowed dozens of institutions to give more visibility to their activities.
EuskalKultura.com presents another installment of videos and photos reflecting the large participation on September 8th around the world.
[Zazpirak Bat in Rosario. More photos here]
[Zazpirak Bat in Rosario]
[Euzko Etxea in Villa Maria. More photos here]
[The Gerora Association in Córdoba, along with its dantzaris from “Txotx!” and musicians from “Lurra eta Haizea” performe “Axuri Beltza,” with adaptations by Noé Fernández Brizuela, Fernando Zabalza, Jessica Ateca and Santiago Chamorro. Vocals, Ariana and Luciana Zabalza. Presentation in the Historic area of the city]
[At Itxaropen in Saladillo, historian Marcelo Pereyra explained the origins of the city’s name]