Sites where treaties were signed See Wiki for definition of a "Treaty". Location/building of signing must be known and within the WHS. Declarations of Independence do not fit the definition (see separate Connection). Where a Treaty/Agreement was signed at the same location as a connected "Congress/Conference" it is "connected" with the more "famous" title.
|Belovezhskaya Pushcha / Bialowieza Forest||"The Belavezha Accords is the agreement which declared the Soviet Union effectively dissolved and established the Commonwealth of Independent States in its place. It was signed at the state dacha near Viskuli in Belovezhskaya Pushcha on December 8, 1991, by the leaders of Belarus, Russia, and Ukraine."|
|Brugge||Treaty of Bruges (1375)|
|Changdeokgung Palace Complex||Japan-Korea Annexation Treaty of 1910 "In modern Korea, the treaty is also commonly called "Hanil Hapbang Neugyak," which simply means a coerced (and hence invalid) treaty." (wiki) Injeong-jeon, main hall of Changdeokgung - "The annexation treaty between Korean and Japan was signed here at Injeong-jeon in 1910, putting an end to the Joseon Dynasty." - A field Guide to History: Seoul written by Korea Cultural and Historical Survey Society. (2007) Excerpt pg. 139|
|Durham Castle and Cathedral||Treaties of Durham 1136 & 1139 & 1409 & 1424, between the English and the Scots|
|Fontainebleau||Treaty of Fontainebleau (1814), where Napoleon Bonaparte was stripped of his powers as ruler of the French Empire|
|Loire Valley||Treaty of Chambord 1552. in Chateau de Chambord|
|Novgorod||Treaty of Novgorod (1557) end Russo-Swedish War (1554-1557)|
|Querétaro||1848 peace treaty with the USA, 1917 National Constitution|
|Rome||Treaty of Rome 25 March 1957. In Palazzo dei Conservatori; Lateran Palace - Lateran Treaty 1929. Established the independence of The Vatican and varies "exclaves" of the Vatican state within Rome. This included the Lateran Palace which is now the Museo Storico Vaticano|
|Versailles||Treaty of Versailles 28 June 1919. In Hall of Mirrors.|
|Westminster||The Treaty of Westminster of 1674 was the peace treaty that ended the Third Anglo-Dutch War.|
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