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You will need to use Windows Media Player to hear the audio files and to see the videos. For a free download click here: 

Beti Eskamak Kentzen Gernikako
Arbola

GAMES AND PUZZLES:

Memory Matching Game

Jai Alai

Symbols of the Basque Country

Beti Alai Dantzariak

Abarketak Matelota Eguzkiloreak - These thistles are hung on farmhouse doors for protection of the house

Txistu ta Danbolina

Dominguillo - this figure tops the pole in the Bizkaian Zinta Dantza

Trikitrixa

Ogia

Lekeitio

Txorimaloak in Oņati, Gipuzkoa

stained glass panel in Gernika

Erraldoiak

Armarriak

beech trees hollowed out to make bee hives in Araba

Items worn by dancers to perform the dances from Lesaka, Nafarroa

Udaleku 2004

Athletic gorri ta zuria

Olentzero

THE BASQUE COUNTRY

mapa_ta_armarriak.jpg (57308 bytes) Click on the picture on the left to see a map of the Basque Country and the coats of arms of the Basque historical territories.

An upcoming project of the Beti Alai dancers is to make the coats of arms of each of their families' Basque last names.

COLORING PAGE:

Dominguillo

To print and color

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Choose from cards to say Eskerrik asko (thank you), Zorionak (Happy birthday, congratulations, etc.).  View Choices

Other Places to Visit:

Takolo, Pirritx eta Porrotx games

Visit Cyber Dantza to learn more about dances and costumes:

Visit Olentzeroren Borda to play games, write a letter to the Olentzero (the Basque Santa Claus), find coloring pages, songs and more! 

image from http://www.komunika.net/txikinet/olentzero/postalak.htm