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Phone Numbers with the (314) 263- Prefix

Area code:314 area code
Usage:Landline Numbers
Carrier:Southwestern Bell
Timezone:Central
Current time:9:21am
All Counties Served:Saint Louis City County
All Zip Codes Served:63133, 63112, 63120
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314-263-8589 May 2016 North Carolina
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314-263-2350 Oct 2015 Philippines
314-263-7468 Dec 2015 Washington
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314-263-6204 Feb 2014 West Virginia
314-263-4312 Nov 2011 Texas
314-263-7645 Dec 2011 Pennsylvania
314-263-2581 Apr 2011 Missouri

Business and Government (314) 263-XXXX Numbers

Telephone Number Name Address City
314-263-4156 States Government United Saint Louis, MO 63120
314-263-4430 States Government United Saint Louis, MO 63120

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Saint Louis, MO

St. Louis (pronounced /seɪnt ˈluːɪs/ or /sænt ˈluː.iː/[citation needed]; French: Saint-Louis or St-Louis, [sɛ̃ lwi]  ( listen)) is an independent city and the second largest city in the U.S. state of Missouri. The city has an estimated population of 356,587 and is the principal municipality of Greater St. Louis, population 2,892,874, the largest urban area in Missouri and 15th-largest in the United States.

The city was founded in 1764 just south of the confluence of the Missouri and Mississippi rivers in what is today the Midwestern United States by colonial French traders Pierre Laclède and René Auguste Chouteau, who named the settlement after King Louis IX of France. The early wealth of the city was based on the fur trade. The city, as well as the future state of Missouri, became part of the Spanish Empire after the French were defeated in the Seven Years' War. In 1800, the land was secretly transferred back to France, whose leader, Napoleon Bonaparte, sold it to the United States in 1803. Nicknamed the "Gateway to the West" for its role in the westward expansion of the United States, the city gave the moniker in 1965 to the new Gateway Arch built as part of the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial; the Arch has become the iconic image of St. Louis.

Saint Louis, MO description from Wikipedia