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

Explore list of Districts and Postal codes in Mogilev region with our comprehensive Postal codes directory. There are a total of 21 Districts in Mogilev. 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 Mogilev. 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 Mogilev Postal codes, offering valuable insights for residents and visitors alike.

To find a comprehensive list of Districts and Postal codes in Mogilev, 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 Mogilev

DistrictPostal codes (Range)
Asipovichy213711 to 213770
Babruysk213800 to 247711
Byalynichy213160 to 213179
Bykhaw213310 to 213371
Chavusy213200 to 213232
Cherykaw213530 to 213550
Drybin213970 to 213984
Hlusk213860 to 213886
Horki213400 to 213428
Kastsyukovichy213640 to 213691
Khotsimsk213660 to 213692
Kirawsk213930 to 213960
Klichaw213900 to 213919
Klimavichy213600 to 213636
Krasnapollye213560 to 213578
Kruhlaye213180 to 213197
Krychaw213490 to 213521
Mogilev212000 to 213154
Mstsislaw213450 to 213489
Shklow213000 to 213050
Slawharad213240 to 213266

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Mogilev 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 Mogilev. The first three digits denote the Mogilev 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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