Similarly,in front of the entrance of the Museum of the History of Catalonia. A guided tour of the center of Barcelona will take place next Saturday. May 20. in order to carry out a tour of the political and institutional history of Catalonia from the High Middle Ages to the present day. and will focus mainly on the aspects next: Medieval Catalan institutions. Catalonia in the Spain of the Austrians. The War of the Spanish Succession and the New Plant. Catalonia within the Spanish liberal monarchy. The Second Republic and the Civil War. The Franco dictatorship. Autonomous Catalonia The tour includes several buildings. monuments and spaces related to the political history of Catalonia. such as the Plaça del Rei.
The Palau de la Generalitat. the Mercat del Born. the Fossar de les Moreres. the Parliament of Catalonia and the former headquarters of the Civil Government of Barcelona. Mandatory registration This activity will last two hours and will be led by Josep Grau Mateu . PhD in History and associate professor of History of Catalonia at the UOC. The starting point of the visit is Plaça Ramon Berenguer el Gran (metro Jaume I) at 10:30 am. Upcoming visits of the cycle: A guided tour will take place on Saturday 13 May. covering the main stages of the Spanish Civil War in the center of Barcelona . The tour provides an overview of the war and focuses on the following: The defeat of the coup of July 19.
1936 The Anarchist Revolution
Similarly, revolutionary violence Attacks on religious buildings Georgia phone numbers Events of May 1937 George Orwell’s Barcelona The bombings of Barcelona Everyday life during the war The occupation of Barcelona by the Francoist army The tour includes several buildings and spaces related to the key events of the war. such as Plaça de Catalunya. Las Ramblas. the Churches of Bethlehem. Sant Jaume and Santa Maria del Pi. Avinguda de la Catedral. the Plaça de Sant Jaume and Plaça de Sant Felip Neri. Mandatory registration This activity will last two hours and will be led by Josep Grau . PhD in History and associate professor of History of Catalonia at the UOC.
For instance, the starting point of the visit is the access stairs to the Mossos d’Esquadra Office in Plaça de Catalunya . at 10.30 am. Upcoming visits of the cycle: May 20: A thousand years of history through the streets of Barcelona May 27: The history of Catalonia in twenty objects. Francesc Tur i Balaguer . a graduate of the Humanities. defended his Final Project a few months ago. now a book entitled The purification of Balearic teachers for moral reasons. 1936-1939 (Documenta. Palma 2017). The study analyzes the ideological purge to which the new Francoist state subjected the Balearic teachers. with special attention to the positions linked to moral and ethical issues. In addition.
It Offers An Overview
Of the Republican educational projects escaped by the dictatorship. as well as the national-Catholic model born of the civil war. 1-school1 Francesc Tur’s work continues previous studies such as that of Santiago Miró Maestros depurados en Baleares durante la guerra civil (Leonard Muntaner. Palma. 1998) and has benefited from existing collections in the Archive and Museum of Education of the Balearic Islands . In addition to other archival sources and the extensive existing bibliography. From the pioneering work of Francisco Morente. Little by little our knowledge of the educational world of the thirties has been increasing. Both in terms of the antagonistic Republican and Francoist projects.
Above all, as well as the processes of political. Ideological and moral debugging that decimated numerically and qualitatively the roster of teachers. Similar purges affected virtually all civil servants. official colleges and various instances. In a dynamic that led to fines. imprisonment. exile and death on the one hand; and prebends. The visit will consist of a tour of medieval and modern Catalonia (from the 8th to the 18th century). Through a selection of objects from the museum’s collection. The tour will include. among others.