History of Europe with Alex Mostaslavski: Spain, France, Pyrenees

The history of Berga: Catalan city that approved to declare King Juan Carlos I persona non grata

The history of Berga

The city of Berga owes its origin to Vergneum, capital of the Bergistani (cat. bergistans) territory, where the Castrum Bergium of the Republic of Rome rose.

In the beginning of the 10th century the counts of Cerdanya established here the capital of a viscounty dependent on the county of Cerdanya – …

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History of Europe with Alex Mostaslavski: Spain, France, Pyrenees

The history of the Pyrenees: сhronology of major facts

The history of the Pyrenees

Prehistory

The first documented human presence in the Pyrenees is found in Bauma Margineda (Andorra) dated to the Epipaleolithic period, the same place also documented the occupation during the Neolithic periods and the Bronze age.

The presence of Iberian tribes is cited in ancient sources: Bebrics in the central Pyrenees, Iacetans …

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History of Europe with Alex Mostaslavski: Spain, France, Pyrenees

Lleida: history

The history of Lleida (sp. Lérida) has evolved around the hill of la Seu, since it has always been the place where the representative infrastructures of the social control power have been located: the Andalusian fortress (La Suda) and the mosque, and later the cathedral (La Seu Vella). The hill was, moreover, a good defense place …

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History of Europe with Alex Mostaslavski: Spain, France, Pyrenees

The history of Catalonia: the University of Cervera – the erection Royal Decree was signed on October 14, 1717

The University of Cervera

CHRONOLOGY CHARACTERISTICS

1717- Royal Decree of Erection of the University
1728 – First statutes
1730- The Santa Seu recognizes the university studies of Cervera
1765- The University loses the monopoly of its studies
1809-1814- Closure of the University due to the French War
1820-1823- University closure due to the liberal uprising
1842 – Final transfer of the …

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