From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jump to navigation Jump to search. Postal codes ( Greenlandic: allakkeriveqarfiit, Danish: postnumre) in Greenland are 4-digit codes. They were implemented in 1967, based on the territorial divisions of towns and municipalities at the time. 3900 Nuuk. 3905 Nuussuaq. 3910 Kangerlussuaq.
Codigo Postal Argentino (CPA), where the first A is the province code as in ISO 3166-2:AR, the four numbers are the old postal codes, the three last letters indicate a side of the block. Previously NNNN which is the minimum requirement as of 2006, but ANNNNAAA is not mandatory.
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Postal codes (Greenlandic: allakkeriveqarfiit, Danish: postnumre) in Greenland are 4-digit codes. They were implemented in 1967, based on the territorial divisions of towns and municipalities at the time.
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Greenland (Greenlandic: Kalaallit Nunaat, pronounced [kalaːɬit nunaːt]; Danish: Grønland, pronounced [ˈkʁɶnˌlænˀ]) is the world's largest island, located between the Arctic and Atlantic oceans, east of the Canadian Arctic Archipelago. Greenland is an autonomous territory within the Kingdom of Denmark.
Greenland is the world's largest island. Greenland is a semi-autonomous territory of the kingdom of Denmark. This large Arctic island is near Iceland to the east and Canada to the west. It has a population of only 50,000 people, limited by its cold climate.
Funen and isles (5000-5999) 5000 - Odense C 5100 - Odense C (Post-office box) 5200 - Odense V 5210 - Odense NV 5220 - Odense SØ 5230 - Odense M 5240 - Odense NØ 5250 - Odense SV 5260 - Odense S 5270 - Odense N 5290 - Marslev 5300 - Kerteminde 5320 - Agedrup 5330 - Munkebo 5350 - Rynkeby 5370 - ...
The self-governed territory of Greenland is part of the Danish system (39xx) while the Faroe Islands nowadays has its own 3-digit codes. Historically, the Faroe Islands had 38xx as postal code. Historically, the Faroe Islands had 38xx as postal code.
2-digit postal code areas in Iceland (defined through the first two postal code digits) Postal codes in Iceland are made up of three digits. The codes are followed by the name of the place where the post is being distributed, which is either a municipality , the nearest city , town or village .CodeArea served (district)Post office address (place, if outside ...101Reykjavík ( Miðborg )Hagatorg 1102Reykjavík ( Vesturbær )Hagatorg 1103Reykjavík ( Háaleiti og Bústaðir )Síðumúla 3-5, 108 Reykjavík104Reykjavík ( Laugardalur )Síðumúla 3-5, 108 Reykjavík