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The trip of a Basque violin to Syria to cover the sound of the bombs with melodies | Blog Doc & Roll

Spain and Syria have been connected for years and not precisely by an invisible thread. In any case, it is through the bank of instruments that the NGO compiles Musicians Without Borders of Vitoria and that ends in different schools in the country. Getting these gifts to the children of this particular war is not […]

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A female cinematographic journey through the Basque Country | Culture

For decades, the Basque matriarchy has been spoken of as a social movement. In the book Tides, Toti Martínez de Lezea writes the history of 35 Basques in 35 towns on the coast to show that in reality the Basque woman does not appear in the history books, although it is true that in some […]

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