This page lists historical and other events on March 19th in Catalonia and the Catalan-speaking countries as well as festivals and a list of births and deaths of well-known Catalans.
1882 - Barcelona: The first stone of the Expiatory Temple of the Sagrada Família is laid.
1920 - Barcelona: At a meeting in the Arenes bullring, the CNT bring la Canadenca strike to an end.
1931 - The union of Partit Republicà Català, the group L'Opinió and Estat Català results in the founding of Esquerra Republicana de Catalunya at the Conferència d'Esquerres.
1937 - Castellar del Vallès: Castellar del Vallès coins come into use.
1951 - Vilanova i la Geltrú: The Club Patí Vilanova is founded.
1809 - Sueca, Ribera Baixa: Josep Bernat i Baldoví, Valencian writer in Catalan (died 1864).
1811 - Tarragona: Maria Josepa Massanés i Dalmau, Catalan writer and poet (died 1887)
1867 - València: Juan Zapater, Valencian painter and illustrator (died 1922).
1872 - Castellbell i el Vilar (Bages): Magdalena Calonge i Panyella, Catalana theosophy practitioner (died 1955).
1880 - Santa Coloma de Queralt, Conca de Barberà: José Nogué Massó, Catalan painter (died 1973).
1922 - València: Lola Bosshard, Valencian painter (died 2012).
1929 - Roda de Ter (Osona): Miquel Martí i Pol, Catalan poet, writer and translator (died 2003).
1935 - La Garriga, Vallès Oriental: Josep Segú i Soriano, Catalan cyclist.
1939 - Artà, Mallorca: Josep Melià i Pericàs, Mallorcan lawyer, politician and writer (died 2000).
1946 - Barcelona: Bigas Luna, Catalan film director and screenwriter (died 2013).
1893 - Sabadell: Josep Vidal i Campaneria, Mayor of Sabadell during the First Republic.