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About Lithuania

2020 Lithuania had a population of 2,72 million people (0,035 % of the World Population)
making it the 139th most populated country

In Lithuania area codes are two, three or four digits long
followed by a six to eight long end number.
Mobil lines start the +370

From inside Lithuania you can reach directory assistance by dialing xx


part of a Telecom Story that started in 1671

Whitepages.lt are edited from Cremerie de Paris, Hotel de Villeroy Bourbon VB
a Telecom Hotspot full of history, legends and fairytales ...

VB.com (Hotel de Villeroy Bourbon)

1370 Home of the Villeroys, advisors of the Bourbons, Kings of France.
1588 Pied-a-terre for King Henri IV. 1646 Childhood place for King Louis XIV.

1671 Foundation of "La Poste" turning into the Royal French Postal Services,
1700s Louis Leon Pajot and Anselm Franz von Thurn & Taxis (Postmaster in the logo) handle International Mail with their horses.
1738 King Louis XV ends our Postal Activities.
VB Spirit of Telecommunications falls asleep for a long long time

1869 Cremerie de Paris reopens as a Milk Store at the Halles food market, constructed with Empress Eugenie.
1876 Alexander Graham Bell invents the Phone creating a need for Phone Directories, 1881 Bell comes to visit.
1887 Construction of the Eiffel Tower, the expressions White Pages and Yellow Pages start to be used.
In most countries Postal Organisations integrate Telephone & Telegraph networks. They become the "PTT".
Many State owned PTT start to print White Pages and Yellow Pages.

1910 The Romanov children grow up in Russia with fairytales around Cremerie de Paris.
1920 Coco Chanel discovers Cremerie de Paris with Dmirti Romanov.
1921 Young Aimee de Heeren meets Alexander Graham Bell in Canada.
1938 Aimée de Heeren, sent as a Brazilian Secret Service agent, discovers Cremerie de Paris with Chanel.

6 of many Pop Up Store Videos made at Cremerie de Paris.

Spirit of Telecommunications wakes up
1986 Johannes, great x 6 grandson of the old Thurn & Taxis Postmaster (the Postman in the logo) comes to Paris.
He shows the former VB Postal mansion to a young student ...
The visit results in a
small next door Repair Boutique for Sony Phones. Telecommunications are back.
1986 Internet comes alive, HP.com, TI.com and GE.com are the first Two Letter Domains. 1991 VB.com follows.
1993 Sony Phones and a little jewel left by Coco Chanel make it possible to reopen Cremerie de Paris N°1 in the old VB Postal mansion.
1995 first Internet Cafe in Paris and US CallBack Telecom agency,
The difficult to find internet connection attracts impossible to meet US Tech Pioneers visiting the French capital.
One was on the first flight to the Moon, another one invented "dot com",
others still very young at the time created Brands that now return for Pop Up Store Expos.

since 2000 Phone Book of the World
2004 The same
Aimee de Heeren - already mentionned with Bell and Chanel - comes to the Cremerie webcafe for Internet lessons ...
The idea comes up to register the Whitepages domains starting in France and Brazil.
The first Whitepages are programmed from the Internet Cafe during evening hours.

since 2010 Whitepages.lt

since 2011 Cremerie de Paris turning into a Meeting Place of the World's most famous Brands

The Pop Upo Store Expos started just before the construction of
Marguerite de Navarre, Chatelet les Halles Sortie 1, a spectacular Subway Exit.
Expos shown in the Videos: Nike
, Marc Cain, Siemens, Amazon, Starbucks, AliExpress.