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Explore list of Districts and Postal codes in Minsk region, Belarus or Retrieve postal codes instantly using interactive map with address lookup tool.

Explore list of Districts and Postal codes in Minsk region with our comprehensive Postal codes directory. There are a total of 22 Districts in Minsk. Whether you're a resident, a business owner, or a traveler, our curated list provides a detailed overview of the postal codes that define the diverse neighborhoods and regions of Minsk. Discover the intricacies of each Postal code, from bustling cities to municipalities. Our user-friendly guide aims to assist you in navigating and understanding the distinct regions encapsulated by Minsk Postal codes, offering valuable insights for residents and visitors alike.

To find a comprehensive list of Districts and Postal codes in Minsk, please refer to the table below or click on any location on the Interactive map to instantly find the postal code and address for your mail's destination:

List of Postal codes in Minsk

DistrictPostal codes (Range)
Barysaw222114 to 222154
Byerazino223310 to 223341
Chervyen223210 to 223239
Dzyarzhynsk222374 to 222750
Kapyl223910 to 223948
Kletsk222533 to 222659
Krupki220024 to 222045
Lahoysk223110 to 223149
Lyuban222834 to 223843
Maladzyechna222310 to 222339
Minsk220000 to 223070
Myadzyel222374 to 222404
Nyasvizh222601 to 222635
Pukhavichy222810 to 222852
Salihorsk223710 to 223743
Slutsk223610 to 223650
Smalyavichy222160 to 222232
Staryya Darohi222910 to 222930
Stowbtsy222660 to 222700
Uzda223400 to 223419
Valozhyn222340 to 222373
Vilyeyka222410 to 222462

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Minsk postal codes, streamlined and structured, offer a unique insight into the country's geographical organization. Comprising six digits without separator characters, these codes serve as navigational markers within Minsk. The first three digits denote the Minsk Region. Meanwhile, the latter three pinpoint the specific post office, streamlining the sorting and distribution process. This structured format ensures efficient sorting and delivery of mail, enabling seamless communication across urban centers, rural villages, and everything in between.

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