5-digit postal code France
This map depicts the boundaries of all 5-digit postal code areas in France. The French postal code system has been developed by the French national postal service (La Poste) to divide France into different areas. With this system each French region gets a unique code and locations can be found easily.
Postal codes in France are known as code postal. The postal code system in France was introduced in 1964. Another system is called Courrier d’Entreprise à Distribution EXceptionnelle (CEDEX). This system is designed for large organisations or post office box holders that receive large volumes of mail.
POSTAL CODE STRUCTURE OF FRANCE
This map depicts the boundaries of 5-digit postal code areas or districts within the country of France. This official 5-digit postal code system is structured as follows:
- The first two digits represent the département in which the city is located
- The next three digits identify the local postal office in charge of mail delivery
CURRENT POSTAL CODE RANGE OF FRANCE
The current postal code (code postal) range of France (FR) is: 01000 – 95880. The lowest 5-digit postal code (01000) starts in Saint-Denis-Les-Bourg in the region Les Rhône-Alpes. The highest postal code (95880) is located in Enghien-Les-Bains. This is in the region of Île-De-France.
|Year of coverage||2015|
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Variables in this dataset
When you purchase this dataset, you will receive data that draws all postal code areas on the map. Furthermore, you also get the following features:
- 5-digit postal code
- Township name
- Department name