Phonebook of the Middle East.com
 
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Niyya Paris Pop Up Store at Cremerie de Paris N6 - The Cremeries are the home of the Phone Book of the World, Cremerie de Paris N1 is an iconic Telecom Hotspot since 1671. A Pop Up store alled Dress in Paris by Mounira Abdi et Sabra El Khazen.
Niyya Paris is one of the most fashionable brands
with roots in the +9 Telecom zone.

The brand, created in 2015
by the young fashion designers
Sabra El Khazen and
Mounira Abdi.

The girls are not even 25
but their Pop Up Store
was received like a sensation.


Discover the Niyya Pop Up Store at Cremerie de Paris.

Niyya Paris Pop Up store
at Cremeries de Paris N°6,
the Cremeries are the
home of the Phone Book of the World.
Cremerie de Paris is a Telecom hotspot since 1671.
Cremerie de Paris, home of the Phone Book of the World and iconic Telecom Hotspot since 1671.
Once seat of the Royal French Postal Services
Louis Leon Pajot and Thurn & Taxis horses
were carrying mail through Europe.

Spirit of Telecom remained ...
Centuries later the exact same spot became a Sony Phone center
turning into the first Internet Cafes in Paris.
At the cafe was invented the
Phone Book of the World.com

Today the Cremerie hosts Pop Up Expos
from Very Beautiful Brands.

Over time Talents from different backgrounds have come by.
Cremerie de Paris

Very Beautiful by VB.com
Very Beautiful Pop Up Stores
at Cremerie de Paris.
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Phone Book of the World.com
is organised according
to the different IDD
(International Direct Dialing) Telephone Zones:

Phone Book of North America.com  (+I)
Phone Book of Africa.com  (+2)
Phone Book of Europe.com  (+3 or +4 )
Phone Book of Latin America.com  (+5)
Phone Book of South Asia.com (+6)
Phone Book of Russia
.com
 (+7)
Phone Book of North Asia.com  (+8)
Phone Book of the Middle/Far East.com  (+9)
countrycodes of the Middle East
always start with

+9
Phonebook of the Middle East.com includes
Phone information
on all Countries of the Middle East.
Whitepages and Yellowpages,
Pagesblanches and Pages Jaunes,
Paginas Blancas and Paginas Amarillas,
Pagine Bianche and Pagine Gialle
all over the Middle East.
The best Phonebooks of the Middle East
that are available on the Internet
should be here.
This site also gives you
Country Codes and Area Codes,
and Information on Directory Assistance
throughout the Middle East.

Phone Book of
the Far East
.cm

the secrets behind Middle/Far East
phonecodes:
the International country codes got issued in I964,


7 large countries, located in different places
have a
two digit code:
(+90), (+9I), (+92), (+93), (+94), (+95), (+98)

looking at one of her old adress books, Brigitte  was very surprised
to notice that a friend from Turkey had a 'European' number starting with
(+36)
in I968 Turkey, today a candidat for EU membership,
got removed from
Europe
and switched over the the Middle East with the present code
(+90)

countries of the Arabian Peninsula start with +96-
(+96I), (+962), (+963), (+964), (+965), (+966), (+967) and (+968)
exeption Maldives
(+960) - code only issued in I980
or with
+97-
(+970), (+97I), (+972), (+973) and (+974)



Bhutan, Mongolia, Nepal do also have +97- codes
(+975), (+976) and (+977)


exSoviet Union countries (+7) now start with +99-
(+992), (+993), (+994), (+995), (+996) and (+998)
after the Break up of the former Soviet Union the 99 country code was still unassigned
so it could be used for the former Soviet Union counties that are located in Asia
(the geographical boarder between Europe and Asia is the Caucasus)
Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Kyrgystan, Uzbekistan

the exUSSR Republic Kazakstan still has a former Soviet
+7 code,
Brigitte expects the country to migrate to the code +997 (simply Brigitte's opinion, not confirmed)

someone told her that (+99I) will be used for special Maritime services


some three digit codes remain unassigned
and can be used for future political changes

+978 +979
and +990 +99I +999
who will get the spectecular
tripple digit code +999 ?


     
     
 
 

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