This page lists historical and other events on July 15th in Catalonia and the Catalan-speaking countries as well as festivals and a list of births and deaths of well-known Catalans.
1240 - Cullera (la Ribera Baixa): Jaume I conquers the town.
1693 - Second Germania: Battle of Setla de Nunyes.
1982 - País Valencià: The Estatut d'Autonomia del País Valencià is published in the DOGV. It had come into effect on July 10th, with its publication in the BOE.
2008 - Madrid (Spain): For the first time, the Government of Spain publish tax figures, which show that Balearic Islands, Catalonia, País Valencià and Madrid are the Spanish territories with the highest deficit.
1854 - Sant Feliu de Codines: Sebastià Farnés i Badó, Catalan lawyer, shorthand expert, writer and folklorist.
1875 - València, l'Horta: Joaquim Dualde i Gómez, Valencian lawyer and politician, Minister of Public Instruction and Fine Arts (1934-1935) during the Second Spanish Republic.
1889 - Sabadell: Dolors Miralles i Valls, teacher and promoter of women's labour rights.
1896 - Sabadell: Pau Abad i Piera, inventor and factory owner, pioneer of electronic engineering in Catalonia.
1951 - València: Joan Lerma i Blasco, First President of the Generalitat Valenciana (1983-1995) and Minister of Public Administracion of Spain (1995-1996).
1968 - Valls: Antoni Muset i Ferrer, Catalan writer and poet (born 1892).
1978 - Barcelona: Joan Dotras i Vila, compositor, Catalan musician and teacher.
1979 - Sitges, Garraf: Josep Carbonell i Gener, Catalan writer, cultural promoter and patriot (born 1897).
2002 - Vic: Francesc Casanovas i Martí, founder of the Seminari del Poble de Déu.