Today marks the first anniversary of the Barcelona Terror Atatcks that left 13 dead and 130 injured, after a van drove through the La Rambla in the city centre.
Services of remembrance will be held across the country to remember those who died in the attacks that took place today, and in the days following across the Catalan region, including in the town of Cambrils.
Senior politicians from the regional and national Governments, as well as the King will be in attendance at the service being held today, and at events marking the anniversary throughout the weekend.
In Depth: Catalan Terror Attacks
- Barcelona marks first anniversary of terror attacks
- Barcelona and Cambrils terror attacks commission agree to working plan
- Man arrested on terror charged alleged to have ID used to buy explosives
- Death toll from Catalan attacks rises to 16
- Half a million join march in gesture of defiance against terrorism
- Terror suspects visited France before Barcelona atrocity
- Barcelona terror suspects tell of bigger plot in first court appearance in Madrid
- Main suspect in Barcelona terror attacks shot dead by police
- Manhunt continues for members of Barcelona terrorist cell
- King and Queen attend memorial mass and visit victims of last weeks terror attack
Meanwhile residents of Barcelona have asked for political differences to be put aside over the coming days whilst the region marks a year since the attacks.
Victims groups have called for a cessation of political campaigning for independence.
This will be the first time that the King will be seen in public with both regaional leader Quim Torra and also prime minister Pedro Sanchez.
A woman who is accused of setting fire to a hospital in Tenerife has been remanded in custody ahead of her trial.
The rate of inflation has fallen by one tenth of a percentage to 2.2%, according to data released this week by the national statistcs agency, the INE.