Real Situado

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The Real Situado was an annual payment of silver from the Viceroyalty of Peru to finance the Spanish army of Chile that as result of the Arauco War.[1] Most of the silver came from Potosí in present-day Bolivia.

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  1. ^ Lacoste, P. 2005. El vino y la nueva identidad de Chile. Revista Universum, 20, 24-33.