“So, I love you because the entire universe conspired to help me find you.” -Paulo Coelho, The Alchemist

#OMGUG I love BARNA!!
Gitana hechicera
Aqui està, qui te la màgia gitana.
El seu poder, que t’ha d’omplir d’il.lusió,canviarà la teva vida, el seu encant es bona ventura.Salut, amor i fortuna, si li demanes amb devoció Si estas aburrit, fonts de montjuic.I per estar al cel, vine al paralel.La que vol chicot, mercat del ninot.I per viure en pau, a la ciutat comtal.Màgica gitana, marabú!Gitaneta nostra, marabú!Tan plena de gràcia, marabú!Guapa perque si, per que siii!Gitaneta nostra, marabú!màgica gitana, marabú!romàntica reina, marabú!la que ens va parir,…De par en par, a todos abre su corazón,sin excepcion, de razas ni de color.Humildes trabajadores, grandes poetas, que le han cantado al amor.Y una Sagrada Familia, se ha levantado en su interior.Para el mar de amores, rumbas y flores.Pa’ subir al cielo, vente al paralelo.Para ahogar las penas, fuente canaletas.La que busque novio, “mercao” San Antonio.Gitana hechicera, marabú!hechicera gitana, marabú!tan llena de gracia, marabú!mas guapa que el sol, porque siii!Gitana hechicera, marabú!hechicera gitana, marabú!romántica reina, marabú!la que nos parió..!!Es la que sueña despierta, ama y se deja querer,tan mujer y tan hermosa, de ahí le viene su poder!Ella tiene poder,Ella tiene poder,Barcelona es poderosa, Barcelona tiene poder,Su paseo de Gràcia, es su poder!Los niños que lloran, es su poder!su justa palabra, es su poder!y la flor de la rambla, es su poder!Gitana hechicera, marabú!Hechicera gitana, marabú!tan llena de gracia, marabú!mas guapa que el sol, porque siii!Gitana hechicera, marabú!Hechicera gitana, marabú!romántica reina, marabú!la que nos parió.!!Ella tiene poder,Ella tiene poder,Barcelona es poderosa, Barcelona tiene poder,(bis x 3)Gitana hechicera, marabú!Hechicera gitana, marabú!romántica reina, marabú!la que nos parió.!!Canción compusta por Peret para las Olimpiadas de Barcelona 92
#OMGUG I love BARNA!!
Gitana hechicera
Aqui està, qui te la màgia gitana.
El seu poder, que t’ha d’omplir d’il.lusió,canviarà la teva vida, el seu encant es bona ventura.Salut, amor i fortuna, si li demanes amb devoció Si estas aburrit, fonts de montjuic.I per estar al cel, vine al paralel.La que vol chicot, mercat del ninot.I per viure en pau, a la ciutat comtal.Màgica gitana, marabú!Gitaneta nostra, marabú!Tan plena de gràcia, marabú!Guapa perque si, per que siii!Gitaneta nostra, marabú!màgica gitana, marabú!romàntica reina, marabú!la que ens va parir,…De par en par, a todos abre su corazón,sin excepcion, de razas ni de color.Humildes trabajadores, grandes poetas, que le han cantado al amor.Y una Sagrada Familia, se ha levantado en su interior.Para el mar de amores, rumbas y flores.Pa’ subir al cielo, vente al paralelo.Para ahogar las penas, fuente canaletas.La que busque novio, “mercao” San Antonio.Gitana hechicera, marabú!hechicera gitana, marabú!tan llena de gracia, marabú!mas guapa que el sol, porque siii!Gitana hechicera, marabú!hechicera gitana, marabú!romántica reina, marabú!la que nos parió..!!Es la que sueña despierta, ama y se deja querer,tan mujer y tan hermosa, de ahí le viene su poder!Ella tiene poder,Ella tiene poder,Barcelona es poderosa, Barcelona tiene poder,Su paseo de Gràcia, es su poder!Los niños que lloran, es su poder!su justa palabra, es su poder!y la flor de la rambla, es su poder!Gitana hechicera, marabú!Hechicera gitana, marabú!tan llena de gracia, marabú!mas guapa que el sol, porque siii!Gitana hechicera, marabú!Hechicera gitana, marabú!romántica reina, marabú!la que nos parió.!!Ella tiene poder,Ella tiene poder,Barcelona es poderosa, Barcelona tiene poder,(bis x 3)Gitana hechicera, marabú!Hechicera gitana, marabú!romántica reina, marabú!la que nos parió.!!Canción compusta por Peret para las Olimpiadas de Barcelona 92

#OMGUG I love BARNA!!

Gitana hechicera

Aqui està, qui te la màgia gitana.

El seu poder, que t’ha d’omplir d’il.lusió,
canviarà la teva vida, el seu encant es bona ventura.
Salut, amor i fortuna, si li demanes amb devoció

Si estas aburrit, fonts de montjuic.
I per estar al cel, vine al paralel.
La que vol chicot, mercat del ninot.
I per viure en pau, a la ciutat comtal.

Màgica gitana, marabú!
Gitaneta nostra, marabú!
Tan plena de gràcia, marabú!
Guapa perque si, per que siii!

Gitaneta nostra, marabú!
màgica gitana, marabú!
romàntica reina, marabú!
la que ens va parir,…

De par en par, a todos abre su corazón,
sin excepcion, de razas ni de color.
Humildes trabajadores, grandes poetas, que le han cantado al amor.
Y una Sagrada Familia, se ha levantado en su interior.

Para el mar de amores, rumbas y flores.
Pa’ subir al cielo, vente al paralelo.
Para ahogar las penas, fuente canaletas.
La que busque novio, “mercao” San Antonio.

Gitana hechicera, marabú!
hechicera gitana, marabú!
tan llena de gracia, marabú!
mas guapa que el sol, porque siii!

Gitana hechicera, marabú!
hechicera gitana, marabú!
romántica reina, marabú!
la que nos parió..!!


Es la que sueña despierta, ama y se deja querer,
tan mujer y tan hermosa, de ahí le viene su poder!

Ella tiene poder,
Ella tiene poder,
Barcelona es poderosa, Barcelona tiene poder,

Su paseo de Gràcia, es su poder!
Los niños que lloran, es su poder!
su justa palabra, es su poder!
y la flor de la rambla, es su poder!

Gitana hechicera, marabú!
Hechicera gitana, marabú!
tan llena de gracia, marabú!
mas guapa que el sol, porque siii!

Gitana hechicera, marabú!
Hechicera gitana, marabú!
romántica reina, marabú!
la que nos parió.!!

Ella tiene poder,
Ella tiene poder,
Barcelona es poderosa, Barcelona tiene poder,
(bis x 3)

Gitana hechicera, marabú!
Hechicera gitana, marabú!
romántica reina, marabú!
la que nos parió.!!


Canción compusta por Peret para las Olimpiadas de Barcelona 92

Cerverí de Girona o Guillem de Cervera (1259-1285) fou un trobador vinculat a la casa reial en temps de Jaume I i del seu fill Pere el Gran. VIADEYRA

No el prengueu el fals marit,
Joana delicada

I
No el prengueu el fals jurat,
que és ruc mal educat,
Joana delicada!

II
No el prengueu el mal marit,
que és ruc que és ensopit,
Joana delicada!

III
Que és ruc mal educat,
no sigui per vós amat,
Joana delicada!

IV
Que és ruc, és adormit,
no jegui amb vós al llit,
Joana delicada!

V
No sigui per vós amat,
més val aquell que teniu d'amagat,
Joana delicada!

VI
No jegui amb vós al llit,
més us hi valdrà l'amic,
Joana delicada!
The first historical inhabitants in the region were Iberians; Girona is the ancient Gerunda, a city of the Ausetani. Later, the Romans built a citadel there, which was given the name of Gerunda. The Visigoths ruled in Girona until it was conquered by the Moors. Finally, Charlemagne reconquered it in 785 and made it one of the fourteen original countships of Catalonia. Thus it was wrested temporarily from the Moors, who were driven out finally in 1015. Wilfred the Hairy incorporated Girona into the countship of Barcelona in 878. Alfonso I of Aragón declared Girona to be a city in the 11th century. The ancient countship later became a duchy (1351) when King Peter III of Aragon gave the title of Duke to his first-born son, John. In 1414, King Ferdinand I in turn gave the title of Prince of Girona to his first-born son, Alfonso. The title is currently carried by Leonor, Princess of Asturias, the second since the 16th century to do so.


Unofficial flag of Girona.


The 12th century saw a flourishing of the Jewish community of Girona, with one of the most important Kabbalistic schools in Europe. The Rabbi of Girona, Moshe ben Nahman Gerondi (better known as Nahmanides or Ramban) was appointed Great Rabbi of Catalonia. The history of the Jewish community of Girona ended in 1492, when the Catholic Kings expelled all the Jews from Catalonia. Today, the Jewish ghetto or Call is one of the best preserved in Europe and is a major tourist attraction. On the north side of the old city is the Montjuïc (or hill of the Jews in medieval Catalan), where an important religious cemetery was located.
Cerverí de Girona o Guillem de Cervera (1259-1285) fou un trobador vinculat a la casa reial en temps de Jaume I i del seu fill Pere el Gran. VIADEYRA

No el prengueu el fals marit,
Joana delicada

I
No el prengueu el fals jurat,
que és ruc mal educat,
Joana delicada!

II
No el prengueu el mal marit,
que és ruc que és ensopit,
Joana delicada!

III
Que és ruc mal educat,
no sigui per vós amat,
Joana delicada!

IV
Que és ruc, és adormit,
no jegui amb vós al llit,
Joana delicada!

V
No sigui per vós amat,
més val aquell que teniu d'amagat,
Joana delicada!

VI
No jegui amb vós al llit,
més us hi valdrà l'amic,
Joana delicada!
The first historical inhabitants in the region were Iberians; Girona is the ancient Gerunda, a city of the Ausetani. Later, the Romans built a citadel there, which was given the name of Gerunda. The Visigoths ruled in Girona until it was conquered by the Moors. Finally, Charlemagne reconquered it in 785 and made it one of the fourteen original countships of Catalonia. Thus it was wrested temporarily from the Moors, who were driven out finally in 1015. Wilfred the Hairy incorporated Girona into the countship of Barcelona in 878. Alfonso I of Aragón declared Girona to be a city in the 11th century. The ancient countship later became a duchy (1351) when King Peter III of Aragon gave the title of Duke to his first-born son, John. In 1414, King Ferdinand I in turn gave the title of Prince of Girona to his first-born son, Alfonso. The title is currently carried by Leonor, Princess of Asturias, the second since the 16th century to do so.


Unofficial flag of Girona.


The 12th century saw a flourishing of the Jewish community of Girona, with one of the most important Kabbalistic schools in Europe. The Rabbi of Girona, Moshe ben Nahman Gerondi (better known as Nahmanides or Ramban) was appointed Great Rabbi of Catalonia. The history of the Jewish community of Girona ended in 1492, when the Catholic Kings expelled all the Jews from Catalonia. Today, the Jewish ghetto or Call is one of the best preserved in Europe and is a major tourist attraction. On the north side of the old city is the Montjuïc (or hill of the Jews in medieval Catalan), where an important religious cemetery was located.
Cerverí de Girona o Guillem de Cervera (1259-1285) fou un trobador vinculat a la casa reial en temps de Jaume I i del seu fill Pere el Gran. VIADEYRA

No el prengueu el fals marit,
Joana delicada

I
No el prengueu el fals jurat,
que és ruc mal educat,
Joana delicada!

II
No el prengueu el mal marit,
que és ruc que és ensopit,
Joana delicada!

III
Que és ruc mal educat,
no sigui per vós amat,
Joana delicada!

IV
Que és ruc, és adormit,
no jegui amb vós al llit,
Joana delicada!

V
No sigui per vós amat,
més val aquell que teniu d'amagat,
Joana delicada!

VI
No jegui amb vós al llit,
més us hi valdrà l'amic,
Joana delicada!
The first historical inhabitants in the region were Iberians; Girona is the ancient Gerunda, a city of the Ausetani. Later, the Romans built a citadel there, which was given the name of Gerunda. The Visigoths ruled in Girona until it was conquered by the Moors. Finally, Charlemagne reconquered it in 785 and made it one of the fourteen original countships of Catalonia. Thus it was wrested temporarily from the Moors, who were driven out finally in 1015. Wilfred the Hairy incorporated Girona into the countship of Barcelona in 878. Alfonso I of Aragón declared Girona to be a city in the 11th century. The ancient countship later became a duchy (1351) when King Peter III of Aragon gave the title of Duke to his first-born son, John. In 1414, King Ferdinand I in turn gave the title of Prince of Girona to his first-born son, Alfonso. The title is currently carried by Leonor, Princess of Asturias, the second since the 16th century to do so.


Unofficial flag of Girona.


The 12th century saw a flourishing of the Jewish community of Girona, with one of the most important Kabbalistic schools in Europe. The Rabbi of Girona, Moshe ben Nahman Gerondi (better known as Nahmanides or Ramban) was appointed Great Rabbi of Catalonia. The history of the Jewish community of Girona ended in 1492, when the Catholic Kings expelled all the Jews from Catalonia. Today, the Jewish ghetto or Call is one of the best preserved in Europe and is a major tourist attraction. On the north side of the old city is the Montjuïc (or hill of the Jews in medieval Catalan), where an important religious cemetery was located.
Cerverí de Girona o Guillem de Cervera (1259-1285) fou un trobador vinculat a la casa reial en temps de Jaume I i del seu fill Pere el Gran. VIADEYRA

No el prengueu el fals marit,
Joana delicada

I
No el prengueu el fals jurat,
que és ruc mal educat,
Joana delicada!

II
No el prengueu el mal marit,
que és ruc que és ensopit,
Joana delicada!

III
Que és ruc mal educat,
no sigui per vós amat,
Joana delicada!

IV
Que és ruc, és adormit,
no jegui amb vós al llit,
Joana delicada!

V
No sigui per vós amat,
més val aquell que teniu d'amagat,
Joana delicada!

VI
No jegui amb vós al llit,
més us hi valdrà l'amic,
Joana delicada!
The first historical inhabitants in the region were Iberians; Girona is the ancient Gerunda, a city of the Ausetani. Later, the Romans built a citadel there, which was given the name of Gerunda. The Visigoths ruled in Girona until it was conquered by the Moors. Finally, Charlemagne reconquered it in 785 and made it one of the fourteen original countships of Catalonia. Thus it was wrested temporarily from the Moors, who were driven out finally in 1015. Wilfred the Hairy incorporated Girona into the countship of Barcelona in 878. Alfonso I of Aragón declared Girona to be a city in the 11th century. The ancient countship later became a duchy (1351) when King Peter III of Aragon gave the title of Duke to his first-born son, John. In 1414, King Ferdinand I in turn gave the title of Prince of Girona to his first-born son, Alfonso. The title is currently carried by Leonor, Princess of Asturias, the second since the 16th century to do so.


Unofficial flag of Girona.


The 12th century saw a flourishing of the Jewish community of Girona, with one of the most important Kabbalistic schools in Europe. The Rabbi of Girona, Moshe ben Nahman Gerondi (better known as Nahmanides or Ramban) was appointed Great Rabbi of Catalonia. The history of the Jewish community of Girona ended in 1492, when the Catholic Kings expelled all the Jews from Catalonia. Today, the Jewish ghetto or Call is one of the best preserved in Europe and is a major tourist attraction. On the north side of the old city is the Montjuïc (or hill of the Jews in medieval Catalan), where an important religious cemetery was located.
Cerverí de Girona o Guillem de Cervera (1259-1285) fou un trobador vinculat a la casa reial en temps de Jaume I i del seu fill Pere el Gran. VIADEYRA

No el prengueu el fals marit,
Joana delicada

I
No el prengueu el fals jurat,
que és ruc mal educat,
Joana delicada!

II
No el prengueu el mal marit,
que és ruc que és ensopit,
Joana delicada!

III
Que és ruc mal educat,
no sigui per vós amat,
Joana delicada!

IV
Que és ruc, és adormit,
no jegui amb vós al llit,
Joana delicada!

V
No sigui per vós amat,
més val aquell que teniu d'amagat,
Joana delicada!

VI
No jegui amb vós al llit,
més us hi valdrà l'amic,
Joana delicada!
The first historical inhabitants in the region were Iberians; Girona is the ancient Gerunda, a city of the Ausetani. Later, the Romans built a citadel there, which was given the name of Gerunda. The Visigoths ruled in Girona until it was conquered by the Moors. Finally, Charlemagne reconquered it in 785 and made it one of the fourteen original countships of Catalonia. Thus it was wrested temporarily from the Moors, who were driven out finally in 1015. Wilfred the Hairy incorporated Girona into the countship of Barcelona in 878. Alfonso I of Aragón declared Girona to be a city in the 11th century. The ancient countship later became a duchy (1351) when King Peter III of Aragon gave the title of Duke to his first-born son, John. In 1414, King Ferdinand I in turn gave the title of Prince of Girona to his first-born son, Alfonso. The title is currently carried by Leonor, Princess of Asturias, the second since the 16th century to do so.


Unofficial flag of Girona.


The 12th century saw a flourishing of the Jewish community of Girona, with one of the most important Kabbalistic schools in Europe. The Rabbi of Girona, Moshe ben Nahman Gerondi (better known as Nahmanides or Ramban) was appointed Great Rabbi of Catalonia. The history of the Jewish community of Girona ended in 1492, when the Catholic Kings expelled all the Jews from Catalonia. Today, the Jewish ghetto or Call is one of the best preserved in Europe and is a major tourist attraction. On the north side of the old city is the Montjuïc (or hill of the Jews in medieval Catalan), where an important religious cemetery was located.
Cerverí de Girona o Guillem de Cervera (1259-1285) fou un trobador vinculat a la casa reial en temps de Jaume I i del seu fill Pere el Gran. VIADEYRA

No el prengueu el fals marit,
Joana delicada

I
No el prengueu el fals jurat,
que és ruc mal educat,
Joana delicada!

II
No el prengueu el mal marit,
que és ruc que és ensopit,
Joana delicada!

III
Que és ruc mal educat,
no sigui per vós amat,
Joana delicada!

IV
Que és ruc, és adormit,
no jegui amb vós al llit,
Joana delicada!

V
No sigui per vós amat,
més val aquell que teniu d'amagat,
Joana delicada!

VI
No jegui amb vós al llit,
més us hi valdrà l'amic,
Joana delicada!
The first historical inhabitants in the region were Iberians; Girona is the ancient Gerunda, a city of the Ausetani. Later, the Romans built a citadel there, which was given the name of Gerunda. The Visigoths ruled in Girona until it was conquered by the Moors. Finally, Charlemagne reconquered it in 785 and made it one of the fourteen original countships of Catalonia. Thus it was wrested temporarily from the Moors, who were driven out finally in 1015. Wilfred the Hairy incorporated Girona into the countship of Barcelona in 878. Alfonso I of Aragón declared Girona to be a city in the 11th century. The ancient countship later became a duchy (1351) when King Peter III of Aragon gave the title of Duke to his first-born son, John. In 1414, King Ferdinand I in turn gave the title of Prince of Girona to his first-born son, Alfonso. The title is currently carried by Leonor, Princess of Asturias, the second since the 16th century to do so.


Unofficial flag of Girona.


The 12th century saw a flourishing of the Jewish community of Girona, with one of the most important Kabbalistic schools in Europe. The Rabbi of Girona, Moshe ben Nahman Gerondi (better known as Nahmanides or Ramban) was appointed Great Rabbi of Catalonia. The history of the Jewish community of Girona ended in 1492, when the Catholic Kings expelled all the Jews from Catalonia. Today, the Jewish ghetto or Call is one of the best preserved in Europe and is a major tourist attraction. On the north side of the old city is the Montjuïc (or hill of the Jews in medieval Catalan), where an important religious cemetery was located.
Cerverí de Girona o Guillem de Cervera (1259-1285) fou un trobador vinculat a la casa reial en temps de Jaume I i del seu fill Pere el Gran. VIADEYRA

No el prengueu el fals marit,
Joana delicada

I
No el prengueu el fals jurat,
que és ruc mal educat,
Joana delicada!

II
No el prengueu el mal marit,
que és ruc que és ensopit,
Joana delicada!

III
Que és ruc mal educat,
no sigui per vós amat,
Joana delicada!

IV
Que és ruc, és adormit,
no jegui amb vós al llit,
Joana delicada!

V
No sigui per vós amat,
més val aquell que teniu d'amagat,
Joana delicada!

VI
No jegui amb vós al llit,
més us hi valdrà l'amic,
Joana delicada!
The first historical inhabitants in the region were Iberians; Girona is the ancient Gerunda, a city of the Ausetani. Later, the Romans built a citadel there, which was given the name of Gerunda. The Visigoths ruled in Girona until it was conquered by the Moors. Finally, Charlemagne reconquered it in 785 and made it one of the fourteen original countships of Catalonia. Thus it was wrested temporarily from the Moors, who were driven out finally in 1015. Wilfred the Hairy incorporated Girona into the countship of Barcelona in 878. Alfonso I of Aragón declared Girona to be a city in the 11th century. The ancient countship later became a duchy (1351) when King Peter III of Aragon gave the title of Duke to his first-born son, John. In 1414, King Ferdinand I in turn gave the title of Prince of Girona to his first-born son, Alfonso. The title is currently carried by Leonor, Princess of Asturias, the second since the 16th century to do so.


Unofficial flag of Girona.


The 12th century saw a flourishing of the Jewish community of Girona, with one of the most important Kabbalistic schools in Europe. The Rabbi of Girona, Moshe ben Nahman Gerondi (better known as Nahmanides or Ramban) was appointed Great Rabbi of Catalonia. The history of the Jewish community of Girona ended in 1492, when the Catholic Kings expelled all the Jews from Catalonia. Today, the Jewish ghetto or Call is one of the best preserved in Europe and is a major tourist attraction. On the north side of the old city is the Montjuïc (or hill of the Jews in medieval Catalan), where an important religious cemetery was located.
Cerverí de Girona o Guillem de Cervera (1259-1285) fou un trobador vinculat a la casa reial en temps de Jaume I i del seu fill Pere el Gran. VIADEYRA

No el prengueu el fals marit,
Joana delicada

I
No el prengueu el fals jurat,
que és ruc mal educat,
Joana delicada!

II
No el prengueu el mal marit,
que és ruc que és ensopit,
Joana delicada!

III
Que és ruc mal educat,
no sigui per vós amat,
Joana delicada!

IV
Que és ruc, és adormit,
no jegui amb vós al llit,
Joana delicada!

V
No sigui per vós amat,
més val aquell que teniu d'amagat,
Joana delicada!

VI
No jegui amb vós al llit,
més us hi valdrà l'amic,
Joana delicada!
The first historical inhabitants in the region were Iberians; Girona is the ancient Gerunda, a city of the Ausetani. Later, the Romans built a citadel there, which was given the name of Gerunda. The Visigoths ruled in Girona until it was conquered by the Moors. Finally, Charlemagne reconquered it in 785 and made it one of the fourteen original countships of Catalonia. Thus it was wrested temporarily from the Moors, who were driven out finally in 1015. Wilfred the Hairy incorporated Girona into the countship of Barcelona in 878. Alfonso I of Aragón declared Girona to be a city in the 11th century. The ancient countship later became a duchy (1351) when King Peter III of Aragon gave the title of Duke to his first-born son, John. In 1414, King Ferdinand I in turn gave the title of Prince of Girona to his first-born son, Alfonso. The title is currently carried by Leonor, Princess of Asturias, the second since the 16th century to do so.


Unofficial flag of Girona.


The 12th century saw a flourishing of the Jewish community of Girona, with one of the most important Kabbalistic schools in Europe. The Rabbi of Girona, Moshe ben Nahman Gerondi (better known as Nahmanides or Ramban) was appointed Great Rabbi of Catalonia. The history of the Jewish community of Girona ended in 1492, when the Catholic Kings expelled all the Jews from Catalonia. Today, the Jewish ghetto or Call is one of the best preserved in Europe and is a major tourist attraction. On the north side of the old city is the Montjuïc (or hill of the Jews in medieval Catalan), where an important religious cemetery was located.
Cerverí de Girona o Guillem de Cervera (1259-1285) fou un trobador vinculat a la casa reial en temps de Jaume I i del seu fill Pere el Gran. VIADEYRA

No el prengueu el fals marit,
Joana delicada

I
No el prengueu el fals jurat,
que és ruc mal educat,
Joana delicada!

II
No el prengueu el mal marit,
que és ruc que és ensopit,
Joana delicada!

III
Que és ruc mal educat,
no sigui per vós amat,
Joana delicada!

IV
Que és ruc, és adormit,
no jegui amb vós al llit,
Joana delicada!

V
No sigui per vós amat,
més val aquell que teniu d'amagat,
Joana delicada!

VI
No jegui amb vós al llit,
més us hi valdrà l'amic,
Joana delicada!
The first historical inhabitants in the region were Iberians; Girona is the ancient Gerunda, a city of the Ausetani. Later, the Romans built a citadel there, which was given the name of Gerunda. The Visigoths ruled in Girona until it was conquered by the Moors. Finally, Charlemagne reconquered it in 785 and made it one of the fourteen original countships of Catalonia. Thus it was wrested temporarily from the Moors, who were driven out finally in 1015. Wilfred the Hairy incorporated Girona into the countship of Barcelona in 878. Alfonso I of Aragón declared Girona to be a city in the 11th century. The ancient countship later became a duchy (1351) when King Peter III of Aragon gave the title of Duke to his first-born son, John. In 1414, King Ferdinand I in turn gave the title of Prince of Girona to his first-born son, Alfonso. The title is currently carried by Leonor, Princess of Asturias, the second since the 16th century to do so.


Unofficial flag of Girona.


The 12th century saw a flourishing of the Jewish community of Girona, with one of the most important Kabbalistic schools in Europe. The Rabbi of Girona, Moshe ben Nahman Gerondi (better known as Nahmanides or Ramban) was appointed Great Rabbi of Catalonia. The history of the Jewish community of Girona ended in 1492, when the Catholic Kings expelled all the Jews from Catalonia. Today, the Jewish ghetto or Call is one of the best preserved in Europe and is a major tourist attraction. On the north side of the old city is the Montjuïc (or hill of the Jews in medieval Catalan), where an important religious cemetery was located.
Cerverí de Girona o Guillem de Cervera (1259-1285) fou un trobador vinculat a la casa reial en temps de Jaume I i del seu fill Pere el Gran. VIADEYRA

No el prengueu el fals marit,
Joana delicada

I
No el prengueu el fals jurat,
que és ruc mal educat,
Joana delicada!

II
No el prengueu el mal marit,
que és ruc que és ensopit,
Joana delicada!

III
Que és ruc mal educat,
no sigui per vós amat,
Joana delicada!

IV
Que és ruc, és adormit,
no jegui amb vós al llit,
Joana delicada!

V
No sigui per vós amat,
més val aquell que teniu d'amagat,
Joana delicada!

VI
No jegui amb vós al llit,
més us hi valdrà l'amic,
Joana delicada!
The first historical inhabitants in the region were Iberians; Girona is the ancient Gerunda, a city of the Ausetani. Later, the Romans built a citadel there, which was given the name of Gerunda. The Visigoths ruled in Girona until it was conquered by the Moors. Finally, Charlemagne reconquered it in 785 and made it one of the fourteen original countships of Catalonia. Thus it was wrested temporarily from the Moors, who were driven out finally in 1015. Wilfred the Hairy incorporated Girona into the countship of Barcelona in 878. Alfonso I of Aragón declared Girona to be a city in the 11th century. The ancient countship later became a duchy (1351) when King Peter III of Aragon gave the title of Duke to his first-born son, John. In 1414, King Ferdinand I in turn gave the title of Prince of Girona to his first-born son, Alfonso. The title is currently carried by Leonor, Princess of Asturias, the second since the 16th century to do so.


Unofficial flag of Girona.


The 12th century saw a flourishing of the Jewish community of Girona, with one of the most important Kabbalistic schools in Europe. The Rabbi of Girona, Moshe ben Nahman Gerondi (better known as Nahmanides or Ramban) was appointed Great Rabbi of Catalonia. The history of the Jewish community of Girona ended in 1492, when the Catholic Kings expelled all the Jews from Catalonia. Today, the Jewish ghetto or Call is one of the best preserved in Europe and is a major tourist attraction. On the north side of the old city is the Montjuïc (or hill of the Jews in medieval Catalan), where an important religious cemetery was located.
Cerverí de Girona o Guillem de Cervera (1259-1285) fou un trobador vinculat a la casa reial en temps de Jaume I i del seu fill Pere el Gran. 
VIADEYRA No el prengueu el fals marit, Joana delicada I No el prengueu el fals jurat, que és ruc mal educat, Joana delicada! II No el prengueu el mal marit, que és ruc que és ensopit, Joana delicada! III Que és ruc mal educat, no sigui per vós amat, Joana delicada! IV Que és ruc, és adormit, no jegui amb vós al llit, Joana delicada! V No sigui per vós amat, més val aquell que teniu d'amagat, Joana delicada! VI No jegui amb vós al llit, més us hi valdrà l'amic, Joana delicada!

The first historical inhabitants in the region were Iberians; Girona is the ancient Gerunda, a city of the Ausetani. Later, the Romans built a citadel there, which was given the name of Gerunda. The Visigoths ruled in Girona until it was conquered by the Moors. Finally, Charlemagne reconquered it in 785 and made it one of the fourteen original countships of Catalonia. Thus it was wrested temporarily from the Moors, who were driven out finally in 1015. Wilfred the Hairy incorporated Girona into the countship of Barcelona in 878. Alfonso I of Aragón declared Girona to be a city in the 11th century. The ancient countship later became a duchy (1351) when King Peter III of Aragon gave the title of Duke to his first-born son, John. In 1414, King Ferdinand I in turn gave the title of Prince of Girona to his first-born son, Alfonso. The title is currently carried by Leonor, Princess of Asturias, the second since the 16th century to do so.

Unofficial flag of Girona.

The 12th century saw a flourishing of the Jewish community of Girona, with one of the most important Kabbalistic schools in Europe. The Rabbi of Girona, Moshe ben Nahman Gerondi (better known as Nahmanides or Ramban) was appointed Great Rabbi of Catalonia. The history of the Jewish community of Girona ended in 1492, when the Catholic Kings expelled all the Jews from Catalonia. Today, the Jewish ghetto or Call is one of the best preserved in Europe and is a major tourist attraction. On the north side of the old city is the Montjuïc (or hill of the Jews in medieval Catalan), where an important religious cemetery was located.