September 4th in Catalonia and the Catalan-speaking countries


This page lists historical and other events on September 4th in Catalonia and the Catalan-speaking countries as well as a list of births and deaths of well-known Catalans.


1989 - RTVV (Valencian TV) begins broadcasting.

2004 - Verdú, Urgell: the Museu de Joguets i Autòmats (Museum of Games and Robots) opens.


1896 - Rubí: Lluís Parcerisa i Serra, Catalan publicist and music promotor.

1924 - Burjassot, Horta: Vicent Andrés i Estellés, Valencian journalist and poet (died 1993).

1932 - Castelló de la Plana, Plana Alta: Joan García Ripollés, known as Ripollés, Valencian sculptor.

1949 - Alcoi: Francesc Moisès, Valencian actor, composer and singer.


1743 - Fluvial island of Reinnach (The Rhine, Breisach, Alsàcia, Alemanya: Carrasclet, Catalan military leader, killed fighting for the Archduchy of Austria against the Kingdom of France in the War of the Austrian Succession.

1907 - Sagunt, Camp de Morvedre: Antoni Chabret i Fraga, Valencian historian (born 1846).

2012 - Lola Bosshard, Valencian painter.

2013 - Joaquim Díaz i Muntané, film actor and dubbing director.

Festivals and Commemorations

Barcelona Province

Around Catalonia

  • Festa Major of Capçanes.

Catalan-speaking countries

  • Festival of Moros i Cristians de Villena, Alt Vinalopó (País Valencià) until September 9th.

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