The greater region of Basque country is located on the shores of the Bay of Biscay, in the western Pyrenees of the Basque Country and Navarre in Spain and the Northern Basque Country in France. Home to the population of about 3 million people, it has three official languages – Basque, Spanish and French, and no official capital. The biggest cities are Bilbao and Pamplona, famous for its San Fermin festival, running of the bulls, and chorizo. Formerly, the Basque Country became notorious for the
Basque Baby Names
Basque naming tradition fuses the history, culture, mythology and language of two regions: Spanish Basque Country and French Basque Country. Except for Pamplona’s fiestas Sanfermines or despicable acts of ETA, the region keeps its own low profile.