Història

Mil anys d’història pels carrers de Barcelona

El proper dissabte 20 de maig tindrà lloc una visita guiada pel centre de Barcelona per tal de dur a terme un recorregut per la història política i institucional de Catalunya des de l’Alta Edat Mitjana fins al moment actual, i se centrarà sobretot en els aspectes següents:

  • Les institucions catalanes medievals.
  • Catalunya a l’Espanya dels Àustries.
  • La Guerra de Successió i la Nova Planta.
  • Catalunya dins la monarquia liberal espanyola.
  • La Segona República i la Guerra Civil.
  • La dictadura franquista.
  • La Catalunya autonòmica

La ruta de la visita inclou diversos edificis, monuments i espais relacionats amb la història política de Catalunya, com ara la Plaça del Rei, el Palau de la Generalitat, el Mercat del Born, el Fossar de les Moreres, el Parlament de Catalunya i l’antiga seu del Govern Civil de Barcelona.

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Aquesta activitat tindrà una durada de dues hores i estarà dirigida per Josep Grau Mateu, doctor en Història i professor col·laborador d’Història de Catalunya de la UOC.

El punt d’inici de la visita és la plaça Ramon Berenguer el Gran (metro Jaume I) a les 10:30 h.

Properes visites del cicle:

  • 27 de maig: La història de Catalunya en vint objectes

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