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Which description of landmarks to walk past on the way to the site is more useful if you aren't Basque? Sorry I'm not trying to type the correct accents and ~ in spanish tonight. From the brochure telling you how to walk to Ekainberri from town.

[So does the Basque seem the least bit Celtic? I don't think so.]

Euskara (Basque)

Zubi Zaharra: Erdi Aroko zubi honek (XVI mendea) lotzen zuen garai batean Zestoa Gipuzkoako beste herrietara zihoazen errepideekin.

Lauiturri: iturri honek (XVIII mendea) urete luzetan ase izan du auzoen egarria

Castillian (Spanish)

Zubi Zaharra: Este puente medieval, del s.XVI, es parte de las antiguas vias de communicacion que connectaban Zestoa con el Resto del la provincia.

Lauiturri: La fuente contruida en el s.XVIII, ha atastecido de agua a los vecinos durante anos.


(my attempt at English if your Spanish is worse than mine... other wise ignore -- from the Basque my comprehension was just ??? ???? )

Zubi Zaharra: This medieval bridge from the 16th century is part of the ancient ways(roads) that connected Zestoa with the rest of the province (Gipuzkoa)

Lauiturri: The fountain built in the 18th century has (supplied?) water to the locals for many years.
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