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Cudrefin is a town in the district of Avenches in the district of Vaud, Switzerland. On January 1, 2002, the city merged with Champmartin keeping the name Cudrefin. Along the Neuenburgersees numerous settlement places were examined, which were inhabited since the Neolithikum. Currently, its population counts 864 inhabitants according to 2001 poll and Cudrefin is an old lake city of the age of the stone and bronze. A beautiful dugout with the Museum of Avenches is the witness.
The village extends in the level north the Hohenzuges of the Mont Vully, near the southeast bank of the Neuenburgersees, opposite the city new castle, in Swiss central country. Cudrefin is the northernmost municipality of the canton. Owing to the fruitful soils the agriculture and the fruit-growing have this very day a significant meaning in the acquisition structure of the population. In Cudrefin there are enterprises within the range of construction industry, the computer engineering and the building of agriculture machines beside the small enterprises also.
Cudrefin is a recovery and a holidays place on the bank of the Neuenburgersees. It has a good routistic infrastructure with holiday houses, camping site, an edge of bathing and two big sail ports. It is a city with endless recreational opportunities, rich history, and modern day luxuries.

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