This page lists historical and other events on March 28th in Catalonia and the Catalan-speaking countries as well as festivals and a list of births and deaths of well-known Catalans.
1931 - Palma: The Front Únic Antimonàrquic holds a rally in the Teatre Balear.
1938 - Fraga, Baix Cinca: Nationalist troops take the town.
1982 - Madrid, Spain: The Spanish Congress passes Estatut d'Autonomia de la Comunitat Valenciana.
1866 - Igualada: Jaume Boloix i Canela, Catalan poet, founder of the magazine La Creu de Catalunya (died 1921).
1907 - Sabadell: Joan Bartomeu i Valls, Catalan loom weaver, victim of the Nazis.
1933 - Barcelona: Tete Montoliu, jazz pianist, born blind (died 1997).
1485 - Barcelona: Pere Joan Sala, leader of the Remences, executed.
1942 - Alicante: Miguel Hernández Gilabert, Valencian poet and playwright (born 1910).
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