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Phone Book of Albania.com +355
Phone Book of Andorra.com +376
Phone Book of Armenia.com +374
Phone Book of Austria.com +43
Phone Book of Belarus.com +375
Phone Book of Belgium.com +32
Phone Book of Bosnia and Herzegovina.com +387
Phone Book of Bulgaria.com +359
Phone Book of Croatia.com +385
Phone Book of Cyprus.com +357
Phone Book of Czech Republic.com +420
Phone Book of Denmark.com +45
Phone Book of Estonia.com +372
Phone Book of Finland.com +358
Phone Book of France.com +33
Phone Book of Germany.com +49
Phone Book of Gibraltar.com +350
Phone Book of Greece.com +30
Phone Book of Hungary.com +36
Phone Book of Iceland.com +354
Phone Book of Ireland.com +353
Phone Book of Italy.com +39
Phone Book of Kosovo.com +383
Phone Book of Latvia.com +371
Phone Book of Liechtenstein.com +423
Phone Book of Lithuania.com +370
Phone Book of Luxembourg.com +352
Phone Book of Macedonia.com +389
Phone Book of Malta.com +356
Phone Book of Moldova.com +373
Phone Book of Monaco.com +377
Phone Book of Montenegro.com +382
Phone Book of Netherlands.com +31
Phone Book of Norway.com +47
Phone Book of Poland.com +48
Phone Book of Portugal.com +351
Phone Book of Romania.com +40
Phone Book of San Marino.com +378
Phone Book of Serbia.com +381
Phone Book of Slovakia.com +421
Phone Book of Slovenia.com +386
Phone Book of Spain.com +34
Phone Book of Sweden.com +46
Phone Book of Switzerland.com +41
Phone Book of the Uk.com +44
Phone Book of Ukraine.com +380
Phone Book of the Vatican.com +39
Phone Book of Yugoslavia.com +38

countrycodes of Europe 
always start with

+3 or +4
most countries have a 2 digit code  3- or 4-


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Phonebook 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 Oceania.com (+6)
Phone Book of Russia
.com
 (+7)
Phone Book of North Asia.com  (+8)
Phone Book of the Middle/Far East.com  (+9)


In 1490 
Franz von Taxis invented the Postal System
386 years before
Thurn and Taxisphone

Alexander Graham Bell invented 
the phone in the United States ...

secrets behind European phonecodes:
International country codes got issued in 1964,
the codes evolved from a first
Pan European numbering plan
that had been set up in 1961.
Some countries, in particular
those that had a 3x or 4x code
were able to keep them. 

in general the 4- codes are 
for the North Eastern  Anglo/Germanic countires:
(+41), (+43), (+44), (+45), (+46), (+47), (+48), (+49)

the 3- codes for the South Western Latin countries:
(+31), (+32), (+33), (+34), (+39)

and 35- for the smaller countries: 
(+350), (+351), (+352), (+353), (+354), (+355), (+356), (+357), (+358), (+359) 

Only two countries, France and the UK
have a double digit country code.
Around the World only four countries have
a premium double digit code.

Many codes that were issued at a later time
like Romania (+40) or exEast Germany (ex+37)

In 1968 Turkey (+36),
a candidat for EU membership, got removed from Europe
and switched over the Middle East
with the present code (+90)


For the following 30 year nothing changed until Nov 9 1989, fall of the Berlin wall.

Recently due to political changes 37, 38 and 42 became available 
to 'new' countries mostly from the former exsoviet (+7) phonesystem

37 from exEast Germany
after the reunification of Germany, (+37)  became available to I0 new countries:
Lithuania (+370), Latvia (+371) , Estonia (+372) , Moldova (+373), Armenia (+374), Belarus (+375)

shortly later some small countires did not want to be part of the phonesytem
of their French or Italian neighbourg
so they also got the remaining exCommunist Germany +37 codes:
 Andorra (+376), Monaco (+377), San Marino (+378) and the Vatican (+379 not activated jet)

after break up of old Socialist Republic of Yugoslavia   38 was used for
Ukraine (+380), and the 5 countries which made the old Yugoslavia:
new Yugoslavia (including Serbia and Montenegro) (+381),
Croatia (+385), Slovenia (+386), Bosnia (+387) and Macedonia (+389)

after separation of old Czechoslovakia 42 was used for
Czech Republic (+420), Slovakia (+421) and
since april 5 1999 Liechtenstein (leaving Switzerland) (+423)

for future changes
various +38- and +42- codes are available
these codes could be issued for future European countries ...

Phonebook of Europe.com includes
Phone information
on all Countries of Europe.
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all over Europe.
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This site also gives you
Country Codes and Area Codes,
and Information on Directory Assistance
throughout Europe.

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