Lousonna

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Lousonna

Lousonna (also Lousanna) is a Roman archaeological site in Switzerland. It preceded the present-day city of Lausanne.

The Romans built a military camp on this spot, which they called Lousonna, at the site of a Celtic settlement near Lake Geneva.

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Coordinates: 46°31′01″N 6°36′04″E / 46.517°N 6.601°E / 46.517; 6.601