June 25 is the one hundred and seventy-sixth day of the year in the Gregorian calendar and the one hundred and seventy-seventh in leap years. There are 189 days remaining until the end of the year.
1811 - Tarragona (the Tarragona): French troops occupy the city.
1870 - Barcelona: Constitution of the Spanish Regional Federation of the AIT
1971 - Caldes de Montbui (Vallès Oriental): The first Cooperativa 70 store opens.
2003 - Barcelona: The Abat Oliba CEU University is created. Rest of the world
841 - Fontenoy-en-Puisaye - Charles II the Bald ally with Louis the German defeats Lothar I and Pippin II of Aquitaine at the Battle of Fontenoy-en-Puisaye for the division of the inheritance of Louis I the Pious.
1243 - Anagni (Papal States): Innocent IV is elected pope.
1678 - Padua (Republic of Venice): first woman doctorate in philosophy, the Venetian Elena Lucrezia Cornaro Piscopia, at the University of Padua.
1870 - Paris (France): Elizabeth II of Spain abdicates in favor of her son, who will be Alfonso XII of Spain.
1876 - United States: Battle of Little Bighorn and death of Lieutenant Colonel George Armstrong Custer.
1910 - Paris (France): Igor Stravinsky premieres The Firebird.
1933 - Magdeburg (Germany): Joseph Rutherford sends Adolf Hitler the Letter of Facts.
1991 - Croatia and Slovenia declare independence from Yugoslavia.
2015 - Kobani (Western Kurdistan): The Kobani Massacre perpetrated by ISIS in the framework of the Syrian Civil War begins.
Països Catalans1852 - Riudoms or Reus, Province of Tarragona: Antoni Gaudí, Catalan architect. (d. 1926).
1892 - Barcelona: Carme Montoriol i Puig, Catalan translator, writer and pianist.
1950 - Barcelona: Maria Amèlia Pedrerol, singer of Els Setze Jutges, its number twelve member.
1952 - Torregrossaː Concepció Mir i Curcó, doctor in history member of the IEC, university professor and researcher.
1975 - Mar del Plata, Argentina: Chenoa, Majorcan singer born in Argentina.
Gandia, Valencia: Diana Morant Ripoll, Valencian engineer and politician, mayor of Gandia (Valencia) since 2015.
Valencia: Inma Cuesta, Valencian theater, film and television actress.
1992 - Barcelonaː Helena Lloret Gómez, Catalan water polo player.
1996 - Vic: Núria Graham, Catalan singer. Rest of the world 1625 - Graz, Austrian Empire: Christian Herdtrich, Austrian Jesuit, missionary to China (d. 1684). 1864 - Briesen, Prussia: Walther Hermann Nernst, physicist and chemist, Prize Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1920 (d. 1941). 1866 - Santiago, Chileː Eloísa Díaz Insunza, first physician in Chile and South America (d. 1950).
1884 - Tokyo (Japan): Sadako Kujō, future Empress Teimei as the consort of Emperor Yoshihito (d. 1951).
1900 - Windsor (England): Louis Mountbatten, last governor of British India (d. 1979).
1903 - Motihari, British Raj: George Orwell, English writer.
1907 - Hamburg, Germany: Johannes Hans Jensen, German physicist, Nobel Prize in Physics in 1963 (d. 1973).
1911 - New York, USA: William Howard Stein, American chemist and biochemist, Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1972 (1980).
1917 - A Coruñaː Joaquina Dorado Pita, anarcho-syndicalist, republican and anti-Franco activist (d. 2017).
1926 - Klagenfurt, Carinthia: Ingeborg Bachmann, Austrian writer (m. 1973).
Brussels, Belgium: Peyo, cartoonist, including the Smurfs (d. 1992).
Moscow, USSR: Aleksei Abrikóssov, physicist, 2003 Nobel Prize in Physics (d. 2017).
1942 - The Hague: Pat Andrea, Dutch artist.
1945 - Bronx (New York): Carly Simon, American singer.
1956 - Strumica Municipality, Macedonia: Boris Trajkovski, was President of the Republic of Macedonia between 1999 and 2004 (d. 2004).
1959 - Junee, New South Wales, Australia: Bobbie Vaile, astrophysicist and physics teacher.
1963 - London, England: George Michael, singer and com