This page lists historical and other events on September 13th in Catalonia and the Catalan-speaking countries as well as a list of births and deaths of well-known Catalans.
1245 - València: Jaume I creates the institution of the "jurats".
1997 - Sueca (l'Horta, Valencia): the tomb of Joan Fuster is vandalised.
2004 - Madrid (Spain): the Spanish government formally asks the European Union for a reform of the linguistic regime so that Catalan (differentiating it from Valencian) can be an official language.
2010 - Barcelona: the book distributor L'Arc de Berà closes.
1892 - Puig-reig: Esteve Maria Relat i Corominas, doctor and mayor of Sabadell from 1923 to 1930.
1904 - Barcelona: Miquel Brasó, historian and archeologist from Gràcia.
1968 - Barcelona: Santi Millán, actor.
1880 - Pelegrí Clavé, Catalan painter.
1943 - Friburg (Switzerland): Francesc d'Assís Vidal i Barraquer, Catalan cardinal (born 1868)
2012 - Francesc Candela i Escrivà, Valencian lawyer and politician, point of reference for left-wing Valencianism in the comarca of la Safor.