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Postal codes in Cyprus

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Postal codes in Cyprus

Four digit post codes were introduced in Cyprus on 1 October 1994. The system is organised around the six administrative districts for local government on the island, with each district allocated a numerical range. Most of the four digit numbers are allocated to small geographic areas, such as streets, urban communes or villages, although some are reserved for government use.

2-digit postcode areas Cyprus(defined through the first two postcode digits)

Due to the division of Cyprus, following the Turkish invasion in 1974, only the Greek-controlled Republic of Cyprus uses the post code system. Mail sent to the Turkish-occupied area of Cyprus must instead be addressed to via Mersin 10, TURKEY via Mersin in southern Turkey.

The two British British Forces Post Office numbers, BFPO 57 for Akrotiri and BFPO 58 for Dhekelia.

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