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The first website quoted to be made was a 1990 CERN (European Organization for Nuclear Research) website, a file uploaded and published to an early version of the World Wide Web. At that point, the endeavor served as little beyond a source of information about this new invention, consisting of several different pages with links to each of them having been established with hyperlinks. These pages were taken down, possibly as early as 1993, due to a belief they had become irrelevant, but were eventually restored by CERN in 2013 upon the realisation of their immense importance to the historical record of human development.
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