Treaty of Lisbon (disambiguation)

Treaty of Lisbon (disambiguation)

Treaty of Lisbon may refer to:
*Treaty of Lisbon (1661), a Peace Treaty and renewed Alliance, where Portugal ceded to England Tangiers as part of the dowry of Queen Catherine of Braganza to Charles II of England
* Treaty of Lisbon (1668), a Peace Treaty that ended the 26 year-long Portuguese Restoration War between Portugal and Spain, granting independence to Portugal after 60 years (1580-1640) of Iberian Union
* Treaty of Lisbon (1859), a treaty between Portugal and the Netherlands that decided the border between Portuguese Timor and the Dutch East Indies
* Treaty of Lisbon (1864), a treaty between Spain and Portugal on the border between the two countries.
* Treaty of Lisbon (2007), a European Union treaty designed to reform the European Union

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