This page lists historical and other events on May 28th in Catalonia and the Catalan-speaking countries as well as festivals and a list of births and deaths of well-known Catalans.
1814 - After the retreat of the French troops, Catalonia, which had been annexed by Napoleon I's France, officially becomes part of the Kingdom of Spain again.
1914 - Barcelona: The Institut d'Estudis Catalans opens as the Biblioteca de Catalunya, housed Palau de la Generalitat de Catalunya.
1846 - Sagunt (el Camp de Morvedre): Antoni Chabret i Fraga, Valencian historian (died 1907).
1912 - Barcelona: Avel·lí Artís-Gener, Tísner, journalist, writer, puppeteer, set designer, translator, enigmist, artistic director of advertsing and Catalan language corrector.
1311 - Mallorca: Jaume II, King of Mallorca and Count of Rosselló and la Cerdanya and Lord of Montpelier (born 1243).
1927 - València: Francesc Almarche i Vázquez, Valencian historian (born 1875).
2008 - Barcelona: Sebastià Salellas i Magret, Catalan lawyer (born 1949).