This page lists historical and other events on December 24th in Catalonia and the Catalan-speaking countries as well as festivals and a list of births and deaths of well-known Catalans.
1640 - Barcelona: Revolt against the monarchy during La Guerra dels Segadors or Reapers' War.
1752 - Barcelona: The first attempt at public street lighting.
1825 - Molins de Rei: Gabriel Batllevell i Tort, Catalan works contractor, father of the modernista architect Juli Batllevell.
1829 - Oriola (el Baix Segura): José Rogel Soriano, Valencian composer of sarsuelas (died 1901).
1836 - Oriola (el Baix Segura): Joaquim Agrasot Juan, Valencian painter (died 1919).
1887 - València: Lucrezia Bori, celebrated Valencian opera singer (died 1960).
1888 - Valls (Alt Camp): Cèsar Martinell i Brunet, Catalan architect, straddling the Modernisme and Noucentisme periods (died 1973).
1928 - Súria (Bages): Salvador Reguant i Serra, Catalan geologist (died 2016).
1608 - Barcelona: Àngela Margarida Prat, Àngela Serafina, Catalan nun (born 1543).
1816 - Las Lagunas, Mexico: Manuel Tolsà, Valencian architecte and neoclassical sculptor.
1822 - Prats de Lluçanès: Francesc Mirambell i Giol, priest, lexicographer, historian and academic.
1887 - Viladomiu Vell: Tomàs Viladomiu i Bertran, factory owner and founder of the Viladomiu Vell and Viladomiu Nou colonies.