The 1527 Treaty of Turin was a document proposed in 1517 during the Savoyard War. Proposed initially by Switzerland, the treaty divided Savoyard territory in two, effectively ending the Duchy of Savoy's reign. In addition, it laid forth the procedures and plans meant to rebuild Savoy after its division and annexation.
- Savoy is to be divided in two, the border being set at the Po River. The northern part, Wirsingland, is to become a state controlled directly by the Swiss government (governed by the lieu of Geneva). The southern part will be dealt with at the discretion of the king of France.
- Each government is to set aside a planned budget to be spent on the reconstruction of former Savoyard lands.
- Milan's claims to Savoy are hereby forefeit, and any attempted incursion will be met with hosility by the French-Swiss Alliance.
- Switzerland and France will pay restitution to Milan if the nation requests, though such a request must be made by 1537, at which point it is invalid.
- Spain's claim to Savoy is hereby forefeit and there will be no restitution.
- Maybe a port town to Switzerland? I don't know.