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Acer Pop Up Store
Adopte Un Mec Pop Up Store
Royal Residence until 1671
Telecom Hotspot since 1671
iconic Pop Up Location since 2011
gate of the Cremerie de Paris

Acer
Pop Up Store
Adopte un Mec
Pop Up Store
Any d 'Avray TV Commercial
Bazarapagne Pop Up Store
Lodia K after Bazarapagne Fashion
Any d Avray
TV Commercial

Any d Avray
TV Commercial Making Of

Bazarapagne
Pop Up Store at petite Cremerie
by fashion icon Lodia K
Bazarapagne
Fashion Show with Lodia K
the new "Coco Chanel that comes from Africa"
Casio Pop Up Store Paris
Bazarapagne
Spring Fashion Show

Bazarapagne
Summer Fashion Show

Casio
and G-Shock 30th Anniversary

Casio
G Sessions Video G-Shock

Charal
Chris Obri Pop Up Store Paris
Crumpler Pop Up Store Paris
Charal
Atelier at Cremerie de Paris N°3
Pop Up Restaurant at Gladines
Charal
Video

Chris Obri
Pop Up Store at Cremerie de Paris N°3

Crumpler
Pop Up Store at petite Cremerie de Paris

Marc Cain fashion showroom Paris
Metal Gear Pop Up Store and Pop Up Cafe Paris
Marc Cain
Fashion Showroom

Marc Cain
Fashion Showroom

Metal Gear
Pop Up Store and Pop Up Café
Launch of Metal Gear V
Metal Gear
Video

Myriam Maxo Pop Up Store Paris
Metal Gear
Fan Video

Myriam Maxo
Pop Up Store
Myriam Maxo
BBC News interview
Nefer
Cocktail at petite Cremerie de Paris
Nike Barber Shop Pop Up Store Paris
Nefer
Commercial on our historic staircase
Nike
Nike Barber Shop Pop Up Expo
Nike
Time Lapse Video Opening Night
Nike
Barber Shop TV Commericial
Ninja Turtles 2 at Cremerie de Paris N°3
Omo Pop Up Store Paris
Nike
Video running to Cremerie de Paris
Nike
Surface Magazine Party
Ninja Turtles 2
Film Promotion at Cremerie de Paris N°3
Omo by Unilever
Washing Powder Pop Up Store

Onitsuka Tiger Pop Up Store
Petitjean Pop Up Store Paris
Pokemon Center Paris
Onutsiga Tiger
Birthday Party

Petitjean
Pop Up Store and Kitchen
Pokemon
Pop Up Store
Pokemon
Fan Video

Ramona Pasca
Renault Twingo Pop Up Store
Pokemon
Time Laps Video Waiting Line

Ramona Pasca
Fashion Show and Designer Pop Up Stores

Renault
Launch of Twingo 3 and Pop Up Store
Renault
Time Lapse Video
Soeur Pop Up Store Paris
Starbucks Pop Up Cafe Paris
Soeur
Pop Up Fashion Sale
Soeur
Video Pop Up Sale
Starbucks Pop Up Cafe
Pop Up Cafe to launch Chilled Starbucks
Swiss Cheese Lab Pop Up Store
Triumph Pop Up Store at Cremerie de Paris
UGG Australia  Pop Up Store
Swiss Cheese Lab
TV Kitchen and Pop Up Store
Triumph
Pop Up Store
UGG
Pop Up Store and UGG Expo Life Senastion
UGG
Time Lapse Video
Vskin Pop Up Store
   
Vskin
Pop Up Store
     





Cremerie de Paris
6 Pop Up locations all facing one of the World's N°1 Metro Exit:
3 Pop Up Stores & 2 Pop Up Cafés & 1 Pop Up Restaurant:

grande Cremerie de Paris (250m2) , petite Cremerie de Paris (30m2) ,
Cremerie de Paris N°3 (60m2), Pop Up Cafe Gladines (160m2),
Pop Up Cafe Maison Rouge (200m2), new Pop Up Restaurant Factory (40m2)

740 m2 full of history in 4 neigboring buildings that exist
since 1370 / 1870 , 1678, 1860 and 1870


Metro Exit Cremerie de Paris / Châtelet les Halles
Metro Exit Cremerie de Paris / Châtelet les Halles
in the historic center of Paris
between Canopé (200m), Centre Pompidou (300m) and Louvre (500m)





Cremerie de Paris, Hotel de Villeroy & VB.com
historic Hotspots since over 700 years
a little bit of history from the ultimate Pop Up Location in the heart of Paris

1370 - 1671
hotspot in the
Kingdom of France

Villeroy & Bourbon
Cremerie de Paris
Nicolas IV de Villeroy
Henri IV, first Bourbon King of France
 
Royal Residence until 1671
gate of the Cremerie de Paris
& Hotel de Villeroy

Nicolas IV de Villeroy
Secretary of State under 4 French Kings
owner of the first Hôtel de Villeroy

Henri IV, 1rst Bourbon King of France
had a room at the Hotel de Villeroy
lived at the Louvre
Madeleine de Villeroy
Queen Catherine de Medici
King Louis XIII, 2nd Bourbon King of France
Anne d'Autriche, mother of Louis XIV
Dame Madeleine de Villeroy
poet
Lady in waiting to Catherine de Medici
Queen Catherine de Medici
lived nearby at the Louvre
attended Madelaine de Villeroys poetry cercle
King Louis XIII, 2nd Bourbon King of France
was trained by Nicolas IV de Villeroy
Anne d'Autriche, Queen of France
moved from the Louvre to Palais Royal
mother of Louis XIV
Paris map around 1650, Hotel de Villeroy during the childhood of King Louis XIV
Nicolas V de Villeroy
escalier d'honneur Hotel de Villeroy / Cremerie de Paris
Louis XIV, 3rd Bourbon King of France
Palais Royal, Hotel de Villeroy
childhood places for Louis XIV

Nicolas V de Villeroy
rebuilt the Hotel de Villeroy in 1640
tutor of the young King Louis XIV
since 1640 all the Kings of France
have been to our Royal Staircase
N°5 engraved in the railings
Louis XIV, 3rd Bourbon King of France
Hotel de Villeroy was part of his childhood
created the
Chateau de Versailles
since 1671
Telecom Hotspot

Pajot & Rouillé
Thurn & Taxis

1671 -1738 La Poste,
Royal French Postal Service developped
by the Pajot & Rouille family

1987-2002 Sony Phone center
1993 - 2006 first Internet Cafe in Paris
since 2000 Phone Book of the World
and Whitepages in many countries
Cremerie de Paris
La Poste at the Hotel de Villeroy around 1715
Post Coach Pajot & Rouillé
 
1671 The Villeroys sold the house
to Louis Rouillé et Leon Pajot,
entrepreneurs that created "La Poste"
map from 1715 showing
La Poste, Royal French Mail Services,
ancestor of French PTT
Post Coches were transporting mail
to 800 post relais operated by Pajot & Rouille
and to the Thurn & Taxis post network
Louis Leon Pajot
Anselm Franz von Thurn und Taxis
courtyard of the Pajot & Rouille Post Center, painting from 1700
Thurn und Taxis Post in Francfort
Louis Leon Pajot was the grandson
of Louis Rouille et Leon Pajot.
He was also an inventor.
Anselm Franz von Thurn & Taxis (1681-1739)
operated a his Postal organisation
from Brussels and Francfort.
Painting from 1700, mail distribution
The courtyard behind the Cremerie
is still the same
Drawing from 1738
Hotel de Villeroy, home of VB
is still the same
Postal Routes in France around 1700
Post Roads arounds Paris in 1712
Post coaches bringing mail from Paris to Italy
Russian Tsar Peter the Great
Post Roads in France
in the early 1700s
Post Roads of the Kingdom of France
Roads around Paris in 1712
Horse caridges from Hotel de Vileroy
carried mail to Italy
along the Swiss Alps

Peter the Great, Tsar of Russia
was fascinated by Louis Leon Pajot
and came to visit in may 1717.
1738 end of
Postal operations

The Pajot & Rouille family
is so succesfull with their
Postal Business
they become one of the wealthiest
people in France.

Jealous, Cradlinal Fleury,
minister of finance of King Louis XV
withdraws the postal licence

rue des Déchargeurs in 1756
rue des Déchargeurs in 1756

1789 French Revolution
With the French Revolution
many documents to the Hotel de Villeroy
are lost.
King Louis XVI, Queen Marie Antoinette
and most of the Villeroys are killed

 
Map of the Cremeries on rue des Dechargeurs
and rue de la Ferronnerie 1756

   
1870 - 1970
3 Cremeries from
the Halles Centrales
food market

Victor Baltard (1805-1874)
Napoleon III (1808-1873)
Georges Haussmann (1809 -1891)
Queen Victoria (1819 -1901)

Empress Eugenie (1826-1920)

Gustave Eiffel (1832 -1923)
Emperor Napoleon III and Emperess Eugenie
Queen Victoria
Rue des Halles Street sign
 
1853 Napoleon III and his wife
have the project to build a new rue des Halles
connecting the new Pavillons Baltard

Queen Victoria had a strong influence
on Napoleon III and the
construction of the Halles Centrales
With the new "rue des Halles"
several historic buildings are torn down
but the Hotel de Villeroy
and Rue de la Ferronnerie remain
Cremerie de Paris
Rue des Halles and Pavillons Baltard
petite and grand Cremerie de Paris 11 and 15 rue des Halles
cheese stickers at Cremerie de Paris
1870 at the corner of the Hotel de Villeroy
and the newly created Rue des Halles
sets up a Millk Store ... Cremerie de Paris
Rue des Halles around 1900
petite and grande Cremerie de Paris
during the times
of the Halles Centrales foodmarket
cheese selection
from Cremerie de Paris
Queen Victoria and Empress Eugenie
Cremeries de Paris and Pavillons Baltard
Cremerie de Paris N°3 - 12 rue de la Ferronnerie
 
Queen Victoria and Empress Eugenie 1860
Pavillons Baltard
and Cremeries de Paris
Cremerie de Paris N°3 1900
1880s
Modern Art comes to Paris

Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890)
Anna Boch (1848-1936)
Eugene Boch (1855-1941)
Henri de Tououse Lautrec (1864-1901)

there are a multitude of
historic links with Cremerie de Paris

Eugene Boch by Vincent van Gogh
View towards les Halles by Vincent van Gogh
The Red Vineyard by Vincent van Gogh
 
there are a multitude of historic links
between van Gogh and Cremerie de Paris.
In the painting Eugène Boch
View from Vincents van Gogh's room
on rue Lepic towards
Notre Dame and the center of Paris
The Red Vineyard painting,
only van Gogh painting sold during his lifetime
links with Cremerie de Paris

1880s / 1920s / today
Inventors

Gustave Eiffel (1832-1923)
Alexander Graham Bell (1847-1922)
Thomas Edison (1847 -1931)

Aimée de Heeren (1903-2006)

there are a multitude of
historic links with Cremerie de Paris

first Phone Book published in 1878
Aimee de Heeren
 
1876 Alexander G Bell invents the phone
1878 the first Phone Book published
in New Heaven / USA
Alexander Graham Bell invented the phone
loved Paris, the Eiffel Tower
and the unique flair of Les Halles.
He enjoyed the company of young people.
Aimée de Heeren met Bell when she was 18.
65 years later she met the editor of Cremerie de Paris, 80 years later she inspired him
to create the Phone Book of the World.
Tomas Edison

Les Halles
has always been
an unconventional place
where people
from
different backgrounds
get together ...

 
1890s / 1930s / today
Romanovs
Coco Chanel
Aimee de Heeren

The Romanovs know Cremerie de Paris
since 1717
when Tsar Peter the Great (1672-1725)
visited Louis Leon Pajot (1678-1754), owner
of the Hotel de Villeroy and Telecom Pioneer.
Paris and the magic of the old
Cremerie de Paris Mansion
made a lasting impact on the Romanovs
Thomas Edison invented electric light,
he was fasinated by Marie Curie, Aimée de Heeren and the Eiffel Tower.
     
Maria Fedorovna
rue des Halles / rue de Rivoli
The older generation
Dowager Tsarina Maria Fedorovna (1847-1928)

Tsar Nicolas II (1868-1918)
Ernst Ludwig Hessen (1868-1937)
Eleonore Solms-Hessen (1871-1937)

Tsarina Alice Hessen-Romanov (1872-1918)

- Coco Chanel (1883-1971) -

Maria Pavlovna Romanov (1890-1958)
Dmitri Pavlovich Romanov (1891-1941)
Alexandra Fedorovna in Paris
Maria Fedorovna was constantly in touch
with Paris where she had her clothes made.
She transmited her love for the city
to her grandchildren and their friends.

Rue des Halles was always been a place
joyfully mixing all kinds of people.
Picture 1970s the times Nicolas II was born.
Metro exists did not yet exist.
 
Tsar Nicolas II and Alexandra Federovna
in Paris, picture 1896
Cremerie de Paris
Alexandra Fedorovna
Nicolas II with Eleoneore and Emme Solms
there are a multitude of historic links
between the Romanov and Cremerie de Paris
Alexandra Fedorovna in 1907
wife of Nicolas II, last Tsar of Russia,
born Princess Alice Hessen and by Rhine
great great aunt of Cremerie de Paris.
Cremerie de Paris was part of the legends
the Romanov children
were told by their grandmother.
Anastasia also became a legend.
Eleonore Solms, Grand Duchess of Hessen,
Emma Solms and
Nicolas II, Tsar of Russia at a picnic
in Münzenbrg, Germany - picture 1910.
The children
Olga Romanov (1895-1918)
Tatiana Romanov (1897-1918)
Philipp Hermann Solms (1895-1918)
Maria Nikolaïevna Romanov (1899-1918)
Anastasia Romanov (1901-1918)
Hermann Otto Solms (1902-1940)
Carl Solms (1903-2003)
- Aimée de Heeren (1903-2006) -
Alexei Romanov (1904-1918)
Frederike Solms (1905-1995)
Georg Donatus Hessen (1906 - 1937)

Ludwig Hessen (1908 - 1968)
Romanov Children in 1910
Solms and Romanov children in 1910
Ben Solms, Carl Solms
 
Romanov children in 1910,
Olga, Tatiana, Maria, Anastasia, Alexei.
The Romanov, Solms and Hessen childen
loved to be together,
grand father, great aunts & great uncles
of Cremerie de Paris.
60 years later ... editor of VB.com as a child
with great uncle Carl Solms and a doll
once given by
Anastasia, his favorite cousine.
Anastasia and Dmitri Romanov
The Romanov's fascination for Paris goes back to 1717 when Tsar Peter came to visit.
In this
Cartoon Maria Fedorovna with her grandaughter Anastasia.
Tzarevitch Alexei Romanov
never had the chance to come to Cremerie de Paris, he would have loved rue des Halles
full of amusing young people.
Aanastasia loved her young uncle Dmitri Romanov. Dmitri later escaped to Paris
where he showed Cremerie de Paris to Chanel
and helped to create the iconic perfume N°5
 
Cremerie de Paris
1909 Coco Chanel opens a store in Paris.

1917 Russian Revolution
1918 Nicolas II, Alexandra Fedorovna
and the Romanov children are killed.
Dmitri Romanov and his sister Maria
survive and come to Paris.

1919 Dmitri and Maria Pavlovna Romanov
have no more money, they meet Coco Chanel
and start to work in fashion.
1919 Dimitri Romanov discovers
Cremerie de Paris discribed in
Anastasia's fairy tales and old family legends.

He shows Cremerie de Paris to Chanel.
Until the end of Gabrielle's life
the Royal staircase becomes Chanel's
"secret night walk destination".

1920 Dmitri Romanov helps Chanel
to create the iconic Perfume N°5
He connects her with Ernest Beaux,
former perfumer to his family.
The Romanov children dreamed of visiting, Cremerie de Paris was know to them through their grandmother's fairy tale stories.
     
Coco Chanel and Dmitri Romanov
first Chanel N°5 bottle
escalier d'honneur Hotel de Villeroy / Cremerie de Paris
escalier d'honneur Hotel de Villeroy / Cremerie de Paris
Coco Chanel and Dmitri Romanov in 1918.


Chanel N°5 a project of
Coco Chanel and Dmitri Romanov.
The Cremerie de Paris staircase
has seen all the Bourbon Kings of France.
It fascinated the Romanov children and Chanel
1938 Aimee de Heeren arrives in Paris
as a secret agent for Brazil.
She fascinates Gabrielle Chanel.
Aimee also meets Dimitri Romanov
and his friend Felix Yusupov.

1938 Chanel takes Aimée de Heeren
to Cremerie de Paris.

1960-1970 at night Chanel and Aimee
de Heeren walk though central Paris -
their favorite route is place Vendome
to Cremerie de Paris.
Coco Chanel and Aimee de Heeren
1970s Hotel de Villeroy "survives"
the project to become a modern car park.

1986 the same Aimée de Heeren
meets the editor of VB.com.

1993 Aimée and Sony phone revenues
help to buy an abandonded milk store,
the former "Cremerie de Paris"

1986-2006 Aimée continues her "Paris night walks" with the editor of VB.com - her stories
create a fascinating link with history.
 
1938 Aimee de Heeren and Coco Chanel
become friends
there are a multitude of historic links
between Chanel and Cremerie de Paris
 
1987 / 1993 / today
Spirit of Telecom
returns
to Cremerie de Paris


Thurn & Taxis
Aimee de Heeren
Akio Morita
Buzz Aldrin

Johannes Thurn und Taxis, Aimée de Heeren
 Electrica for Sony
Sony phone IT A 550
 
Johannes Thurn & Taxis (ex Post)
and Aimée de Heeren
become friends with a young student,
later editor of VB.com - photo Xmas 1986
1987 Ben Solms, later editor of VB.com
opens an avant garde Sony phone store
bringing Cremerie de Paris
back into Telecom.
Sony phones were so much
ahead of their times...
that they were banned by French PTT
still having a monopoly.
the first Sony Boutique
Data Dicman
Cybercafe de Paris, webcafe from the early years of the Internet where were invented the Phone Book of the World and the White pages of many countries, today the Cremerie de Paris
Cybercafe de Paris, webcafe from the early years of the Internet where were invented the Phone Book of the World and the White pages of many countries, today the Cremerie de Paris
Phone Book of the World, VB.com
and today's Cremerie started
as a repair center for Sony phones
at petite Cremerie de Paris
1990, a Sony Data Discman poster
already announces the soon to come
arrival of the internet,
facade of Cremerie de Paris N°3.
1993 one of the World's earliest Cybercafes
was born inside a Sony Technology Boutique
occupying the grande Cremerie de Paris
2000 Phone Book of the World signs
replace Sony at the Cybercafe de Paris
Buzz Aldrin on the Moon
Buzz Aldrin in Versailles
earthrise
Apollo 11
Astronauts Neil Amstrong, Buzz Aldrin
and Mike Collins flying to the Moon.
Apollo 11 Astronaut Buzz Aldrin
photo by Neil Armstrong 1969.
36 years later - Apollo 11 Astronaute
Buzz Aldrin and the editor of VB.com
walking around Versailles
background Aimée de Heere, photo 2005.
Eathrise
photo by Buzz Aldrin.
VB.com
Cybercafe de Paris
Aimee de Heeren
Aimee de Heeren and the editor of VB.com
With the influence of the Cybercafe
visitors Cremerie de Paris got hold of
spectecular domain names ...
first registration of VB.com goes back to 1991

Sony + Cybercafe de Paris
at Cremerie de Paris
1993 - 2005

2004 Aimée de Heeren already a 100.
She had met every major actor of the 20th
century and shared Alexander Graham Bell's
joy to be friends with young people
Aimée de Heeren created the "link"
between today and fascinating history.
Without her, no Cremerie de Paris,
no Phone Book of the World and no VB.com
 
since 2011
for Very Beautiful
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alphabetical brand list
above

Pikatchu
Junichi Masuda, coinventor of the Pokemon
     
Junichi Masuda, co-inventor of Pokemon
loves French history and made
Cremerie de Paris become part of
the famous Japaneese saga.
with the editor of VB.com in our Staircase
Julie Furiee, champion League of Legends
courtyard of the Cremerie de Paris ... spirit of Telecommunications is still around
courtyard of the Pajot & Rouille Post Center, painting from 1700
Cremerie de Paris
Julie Furiie, champion League of Legendes
with Fabrice Massin from Acer (ex Sony)
at the Acer Pop Up Store Nov 2014
inside Cremerie de Paris
Our historic courtyard in 2016,
from here is now edited
the Phone Book of the World
Our historic courtyard in 1700,
center of Royal French Postal Services
by Pajot & Rouillé
still the same ... almost 350 years later
gate of the Cremerie de Paris
& Hotel de Villeroy

Cremerie de Paris has always attracted
creative people from different backgrounds.
Since 700 years it is been a place
for young people, technology pioneers
and those that are the epitome of glamour & style.




whenever someone
is searching for a
phone number,


there is a good chance,
he discovers
the beautiful
Cremerie de Paris
Pop Up Stores ...



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