Monday, November 19, 2007

Mapes antics de Catalunya

Memòria Digital de Catalunya from the Consorci de Biblioteques Universitries de Catalunya

Memòria Digital de Catalunya is a cooperative repository for preserving and compiling the Catalan Heritage. The Spanish language collections include journals, posters, naturalistic drawings, maps, stereo cards, magazines, and manuscripts, and photographs and focus on the cultural heritage of the Catalan region.



Catalonia is an Autonomous Community in the Kingdom of Spain, with its own language and unique national identity.

Additional maps of Catalonia, Spain and the world can be found at the Institut Cartogràphic de Catalunya.

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4 Comments:

At Friday, February 15, 2008 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

As a Catalan, I should say we just have our own language, but out culture is Spanish. And just 15% of Catalans (most of rural people) want to be a country. Saludos desde España :)

 
At Friday, February 15, 2008 , Blogger Cartophiliac said...

Thank you for your comment.

My understanding is that the Catalan separatism movement has been around for many years, and its popularity has waxed and wained...

Do you suppose that these regional divisions will become more, or less important, as European unity continues to grow... will Catalans and other Spaniards ever think of themselves as Europeans before anything else?

 
At Saturday, March 15, 2008 , Blogger Sensei Garfi said...

anonymous has got it wrong, not only wrong but biased.
Catalans have their own culture (eg: Ramon Llull is not a spanish author), and that 15% rurals he claims is plain racism.

Catalans have always been closer to Europe than spaniards are today.

But don't take my word: just google catalan literature, and take a look at the regions comittee of the EU.

Spanish nationalism it's a serious problem for the country to get ahead.

 
At Wednesday, August 25, 2010 , Anonymous Chuso said...

As you said, Catalonia is an Autonomous Community in the Kingdom of Spain, and Ramon Llull (or Raimundo Lulio) is an spanish philosopher.

 

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