Former municipality of Switzerland

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Coordinates: 46°54′N 6°35′E / 46.900°N 6.583°E / 46.900; 6.583Coordinates: 46°54′N 6°35′E / 46.900°N 6.583°E / 46.900; 6.583
Country Switzerland
Canton Neuchâtel
District Val-de-Travers
  Total 7.74 km2 (2.99 sq mi)
Elevation 741 m (2,431 ft)
  Total 3,518
  Density 450/km2 (1,200/sq mi)
Postal code 2114
SFOS number 6506
Surrounded by Boveresse, Buttes, Fontaines-sur-Grandson (VD), Mauborget (VD), Môtiers, Romairon (VD), Saint-Sulpice
Website fleurier.ne.ch
SFSO statistics

Fleurier was a municipality in the district of Val-de-Travers in the canton of Neuchâtel in Switzerland. On 1 January 2009, the former municipalities of Boveresse, Buttes, Couvet, Fleurier, Les Bayards, Môtiers, Noiraigue, Saint-Sulpice and Travers merged to form the administrative district of Val-de-Travers.[1]

The Nobel laureates, physicist Charles Édouard Guillaume and pharmacologist Daniel Bovet, both originated from Fleurier. Parmigiani Fleurier and Bovet Fleurier are two luxury watchmaking companies, based in Fleurier. Geneva based Chopard has also facilities in Fleurier.

View of Fleurier from Chapeau de Napoléon


  1. Amtliches Gemeindeverzeichnis der Schweiz published by the Swiss Federal Statistical Office (German) accessed 14 January 2010

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