CERN

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CERN, Europe
latitude: 46.2344, longitude: 6.04594
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CERN is a physics center in Europe at latitude 46°14′04″ North, longitude 6°02′45″ East.
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Actual locations

  1. CERN Site de Meyrin, located in Meyrin (Canton de Genève, Switzerland) and Saint-Genis-Pouilly (Département de l'Ain, France). The main headquarters are located in Meyrin.
  2. CERN Site de Prévessin, located in Prévessin-Moëns and Saint-Genis-Pouilly (France).

There are several other sites in the area in both countries for specific facilities.

Location of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC)

The LHC covers a much larger area, with most of it located in France; it is built under several other communes in Switzerland (Collex-Bossy) and France (Versonnex, Cessy, Échenevex, Crozet and Sergy); three other communes in France (Chevry, Ségny, Maconnex) are also enclosed in this area and are hosting facilities connected to the LHC.

The two main rings of the LHC are connected through the France-Switzerland boundary, in the main site of Meyrin between CERN Point 1 (Atlas) and CERN Point 18:
Location Large Hadron Collider.PNG

Public Transportation

See Unireso.