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World’s first web page launched

World’s first web page launched

20 December, 1990

World’s first web page/site launched at CERN by Tim Berners-Lee on 20th December 1990. Via this web page, Sir Tim announced his idea of the World Wide Web as a publicly available service on the Internet.

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