| CERN, Europe|
|latitude: 46.2344, longitude: 6.04594|
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CERN is a physics center in Europe at latitude 46°14′03.84″ North, longitude 6°02′45.38″ East.
- 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.
- 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.