This page lists historical and other events on April 3rd in Catalonia and the Catalan-speaking countries as well as festivals and a list of births and deaths of well-known Catalans.
1938 - Lleida (el Segrià): The Francoists occupy the city.
2004 - Figueres (l'Alt Empordà): Lluís Llach and Pascal Comelade, perform together at Teatre Municipal El Jardí.
1857 - Barcelona: Dolors Aleu i Riera, doctor, the first woman to gain a degree in medicine in the Spanish State and the second to gain a doctorate.
1890 - Barcelona: Manuel Carrasco i Formiguera, Catalan lawyer and politician, who was executed by order of Franco in 1938.
1964 - Oliva (la Safor) - Enric Morera, Valencian politician from BLOC.
1924 - Perpinyà, Rosselló: Max Havart, Catalan composer of sardanas.
1929 - Sabadell: Antoni Cusidó i Cañellas, textile manufacturer and Sabadell municipal councillor.
1924 - València: Josep Martínez Aloy, Valencian historian and politician (born 1855).
1942 - Buenos Aires, Argentina: Irene Polo, Catalan journalist, publicist anf theatre representative (32 years old).
1997 - Palma: Maria Dolors Cortey de Ribot, Catalan writer