Treaty of Badajoz (1801)

The Peace of Badajoz was decided on June 6, 1801 and ended the orange war between the Allied Spain and France and the opponents Portugal. Portugal had the assignment the city Olivença (Spanish: Olivenza ) in Spain, the assignment of parts of northern Brazil to France (French Guiana ), and the closure of its ports to British ships and agree to make a payment of CHF 25 million.

  • Historic legal source ( Spain)
  • Portuguese history
  • Peace treaty
  • Event 1801