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Berwyn /ˈbɜːrwn/ is a suburban city in Cook County, Illinois, coterminous with Berwyn Township, which was formed in 1908 after breaking off from Cicero Township.

Population: 56,657

Latitude: 41° 51' 2.12" N
Longitude: -87° 47' 37.21" W

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