This page lists historical and other events on December 28th in Catalonia and the Catalan-speaking countries as well as festivals and a list of births and deaths of well-known Catalans.
801 - Barcelona: The Franks enter the city and proclaim Berà as first Count of Barcelona.
1271 - Crown of Aragon: Papal bull against Jaume the Conqueror for his campaigns in Occitània.
1287 - Crown of Aragon: Alfons the Frank bestows the Privilegis de la Unió.
1808 - Alt Empordà: Peninsular War: The Battle of Castelló d'Empúries begins.
1881 - Catalonia: The VVB opens the railway from Valls to Vilanova i la Geltrú and Barcelona.
1909 - Barcelona: The Comissió de l'Eixample resolves a litigation in favour of Casa Milà.
1934 - Barcelona: Manuel Azaña Díaz is absolved of charges of uprising.
1910 - Barcelona: Manuel Capdevila i Massana, painter and goldsmith.
1925 - Figueres: Josep Fajol Mercader, mayor of Figueres in 1979.
1942 - Badalona: Julià de Jòdar i Muñoz, writer.
1962 - Blanes: Quim Torra, publisher and writer.
1446 - Mallorca: Climent VIII de Peníscola, anti-Pope.
December 28th is El Dia dels Sants Innocents, which is similar to April Fools Day in that people play tricks on each other.