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1. Andorra participated in the cultural movement of the Catalan Renaixença. Between 1882 and 1887, the first academic schools were formed where trilingualism coexisted with the official language, Catalan.

2. 2 May 1897) was a Catalan journalist, novelist and playwright whose work is linked to the Realist movement and to the Catalan Renaixença. Codina was born in Barcelona in May 1845.

3. The islanders took an interest in the Catalan Renaixença and produced some Catalan literature, but this then largely rural, conservative society did not participate in the political movements of the time.

4. At the height of romanticism in 1859, during the Catalan Renaixença, Antoni de Bofarull and Víctor Balaguer re-established the floral games (jocs florals or Jocs de la Gaia Ciència) in Barcelona on the first Sunday in May with the theme of Patria, Fides, Amor (Country, Faith, Love), alluding to the three typical prizes: the Englantina d'or (golden eglantine) given for the greatest patriotic poem, the Flor Natural (natural flower, the prize of honour, an actual rose) for the greatest love poem, and the Viola d'or i argent (gold and silver violet) to the greatest religious poem.

5. Established by Constantí Llombart, Teodor Llorente and Fèlix Pizcueta, its aim was originally to foster a movement similar to the Catalan Renaixença in the region of Valencia.

6. The Catalan-language writer Jacint Verdaguer drew on the historical count of Besalú for his fictional character Comte Tallaferro, who figures as the protagonist in his epic poem Canigó, a central work of the Catalan Renaixença.

7. The Galician Rexurdimento coincides with the Catalan Renaixença. Romanticism led to a revival of regionalism in the Iberian Peninsula.

8. La Llumanera de Nova York was a monthly illustrated publication, edited in Catalan in New York by writer Artur Cuyàs i Armengol, and illustrated by Felip Cusachs, in a delicate moment for the relationship between Spain and Cuba, and the puissance of the Catalan Renaixença. 73 issues were published, from November 1874 to May 1881.

9. In the 19th century Vic became a hub of cultural activity in the Catalan Renaixença., with figures of renown such as Jaume Balmes, Jacint Verdaguer and Jaume Collell, and institutions like the Episcopalian Library and Archive and the Literary Circle.

10. The most notable head of family was Albert Quintana i Combis, a liberal politician of the Catalan Renaixença (a 19TH century Catalan nationalism wave) He held different positions in the Spanish Administration, such as head of Huesca province, Spanish legislator and senator, and secretary and intendent in the island of Cuba.

11. The legend was recovered mainly from XIX with the appearance of Renessaince and by the works of the authors of the Catalan Renaixença: Víctor Balaguer, Antoni Ferrer i Codina and Jacinto Verdaguer.