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Perpignan (in French: Perpignan [pɛʁ.piˈɲɑ̃]; in Catalan: Perpinyà [pərpiˈɲa]) is a city in southern France, capital of the department of the Eastern Pyrenees, in the Occitania region and historic capital of Roussillon. It is also the capital of the homonymous region. It belonged to Spain until 1659 when the Spanish and French monarchies signed the Treaty of the Pyrenees. It is located on the banks of the lower course of the Têt River. It had 129 925 inhabitants in 2009 (total official municipal population calculated for 2009) and more than 310,000 in the community of municipalities "Perpignan Mediterranean" that surround it. It is the fourth city in the region after Toulouse, Montpellier and Nimes. In recent years the city has been promoted with the slogan Perpignan la Catalane / Perpinyà la Catalana.
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The district of Perpignan is a district (in French arrondissement) of France, which is located in the department of the Pyrenees Orientales (in French Pyrénées-Orientales), of the Occitania region (in French Occitanie). It has 20 cantons and 86 communes.
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Palace of the Kings of Mallorca
The palace of the Kings of Mallorca in Perpignan is a fortress palace of medieval origin in France, one of the most important monuments of the city and Roussillon, in the department of the Pyrenees Orientales.
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Castellet de Perpignan
The Castellet de Perpignan (also known as Castillo minor or Castillet, a form that reflects local pronunciation and has been adopted as a spelling in French) is one of the most important monuments in Perpignan, and its shape is used as a symbol of the Town Hall. It was alternately city gate and state prison. Today it houses the Catalan Museum of Popular Arts and Traditions. It was also called Bastion or Bastille.
The Castellet has two parts: the large Castellet and the small Castellet.
It is considered as an archaeological document of great importance for the history of the town. It represents a type of military architecture unique in its kind. In addition, he has a decorative interest with the battlements, the canecillos and the "Torratxa" of Moorish style that crown him.
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Fish market of Perpignan
La Lonja de Perpignan is a construction of the Mediterranean civil Gothic built in the 14th century.
In 1388, Juan I de Aragón created a "consulate of the sea" aimed at regulating and favoring Perpignan's business, essentially based on maritime commerce. In 1397 the first sea market is built in the Gothic style. Then it only counts four arches that will be extended by two similar ones in 1540, two years after the triumphal entry of Carlos V in Perpignan. A commemorative plaque embedded between the two new arcades is witness to this widening: «gloriously reigning in Spain, Carlos Quinto, Emperor of Rome, as well as the honorable consuls of the sea Honrat Fomer, bourgeois, and Francesc Matas, merchant, the other part was realized, the year 1540 of the Christian redemption ».
In the 18th century, the Marshal of Mailly, governor of Roussillon, transformed the fish market into a theater, becoming a post after the French Revolution. Finally, in 1841, the town hall of Perpignan recovered the building and in 1842, the coffee of France was installed there. The copy of the old flag of angle, symbol of the maritime commerce of the town, was fixed in this period.
Since the Middle Ages, the Plaza de la Lonja occupies the vital center of Perpignan with the presence of the different local powers: the Merchants' Exchange or Lonja del Mar, the House of the Villa and the Palace of the Diputación.