The County of Barcelona corresponds to the territory ruled by the Counts of Barcelona between the ninth and the eighteenth centuries from which, historically, Catalonia as a political entity was formed.
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... Despite the uniting of the county to the Spanish monarchy, the Barcelona County law itself remained in force until it was abolished in 1714 with the Nueva Planta Decrees after the Spanish War of ... Since then the county stopped being a sovereign political entity and the policy arena of the current Catalonia would only be defined as such by the Statutes of ... Moreover, the title of Count of Barcelona is now merged with the Spanish crown ...
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