This page lists historical and other events on November 11th in Catalonia and the Catalan-speaking countries as well as festivals and a list of births and deaths of well-known Catalans.
1164 - Zaragoza: Ramon, son of Ramon Berenguer IV, Count of Barcelona, Girona, Osona, and Cerdanya (1131-1162), is sworn in as King of Aragon in Zaragoza in a assembly before Aragonese nobles with the name Alfons el Cast. The Principality of Catalonia and the Kingdom of Aragon are now united as the Crown of Aragon.
1500 - Granada: Louis XII of France and Fernando the Catholic sign the Treaty of Granada to divide up the Kingdom of Naples.
2004 - Barcelona: The Parliament of Catalonia passes a proposition that demands "respect" from the Spanish government on decisions from the sports federations, a few days before Fresno (California), who would be deciding whether to recognise the national Catalan hockey team.
1082 - Rodés (Avairon), Occitània: Ramon Berenguer III the Great, Count of Barcelona, Girona, Osona, Besalú, Provença and Cerdanya (died 1131).
1844 - Barcelona: Josep Balari i Jovany, Catalan philologist, classicist, historian and stenographer (died 1904).
1892 - Sabadell, província de Barcelona: Joan Puig i Pujol, Catalan writer and politician.
1909 - Sabadell: Maria Teresa Duran i Nogués, Catalan writer and feminist activist.
1944 - Manises, Horta Oest: José Sancho, Valencian actor.
1824 - Barcelona: Fèlix Amat de Palou i Pont, Catalan writer, philosopher, stenographer and Jansenist theologian of the Enlightenment (aged 74).
1882 - Madrid: Estanislau Figueras i de Moragas, first President of the First Spanish Republic and President of the Council of Ministers (aged 62).
1959 - Castelló de la Plana, Plana Alta: Gaetà Huguet i Segarra, Valencian businessman, politician and patron (aged 77).
1956 - Barcelona: Ignasi Domènech i Puigcercós, Catalan chef and gastronomer.
1971 - València: Nicolau-Primitiu Gómez i Serrano, Valencian historian and businessman (aged 94).
2000 - Sagunt, Camp de Morvedre: Jaume Bru i Vidal, Valencian poet and historian (aged 79).
2003 - Vic, Osona: Miquel Martí i Pol, Catalan poet (aged 74).
2004 - València: Xavier Casp, Valencian poet and political activist (aged 89).