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How a Remote Nevada Town Became a Bastion of Basque Culture (Smithsonian Magazine-n)

2020/03/09

Tiny Winnemucca, with its high concentration of Basque restaurants, is doing its part to preserve Basque traditions. Walking into the Martin Hotel in Winnemucca, Nevada, is like transporting yourself to a different time and place. The wood-paneled restaurant was first built in 1878 as a brothel. Then, it turned into an Italian restaurant. It wasn’t until 1913 that the Martin Hotel became what it is today: a thriving Basque restaurant catering to the large Basque population (estimated to be 4 percent of residents) in and around small Winnemucca..

Lotura: Smithsonian Magazine



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