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  1. Bera (Catalan: Berà) (died 844) was the first count of Barcelona from 801 until his deposition in 820. He was also the count of Razès and Conflent from 790, and the count of Girona and Besalú from 812 (or 813 or 817) until his deposition.

  2. En el 985 Barcelona, entonces gobernada por el conde Borrell II, es atacada e incendiada por los musulmanes, liderados por Almanzor. El conde se refugia entonces en las montañas de Montserrat, en espera de la ayuda del rey franco, pero no aparecen las tropas aliadas, lo que genera un gran malestar.

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    Count of Mechelen, though the Heerlijkheid Mechelen was given the title of "Graafschap" in 1490, the city was rarely referred to as a county and the title of Count has not been in practical use by or for anyone of the series of persons that became rightfully entitled to it; the flag and weapon of the municipality still has the corresponding heraldic crowned single-headed eagle of sabre on gold.

  4. count, European title of nobility, equivalent to a British earl, ranking in modern times after a marquess or, in countries without marquesses, a duke. The Roman comes was originally a household companion of the emperor, while under the Franks he was a local commander and judge.

  5. Ramón Berenguer IV el Santo (Barcelona 1113/1114-Borgo San Dalmazzo, 6 de agosto de 1162) [1] fue conde de Barcelona, Gerona, Osona y Cerdaña, y princeps de Aragón (o a veces también de Sobrarbe y Ribagorza), [2] que en la época significaba primus inter pares

  6. La Llotja de Mar de Barcelona es uno de los monumentos más significativos de la ciudad con una amplia variedad de salas para poder acoger todo tipo de actos.

  7. Barcelona acull del 15 al 17 de desembre el XVIII Congrés Anual i l’Escola d’Hivern d’APCE 26 November, 2021 The CCIB brought together 1,400 doctors specialising in minimally invasive surgery from 71 countries