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Explore list of Postal codes in Trekljano (Трекляно) municipality, Kjustendil (Кюстендил) Province, Bulgaria with our comprehensive directory. There are a total of 19 postal codes in Trekljano (Трекляно). Whether you're a resident, a business owner, or a traveler, our curated list provides a detailed overview of the unique postal codes that define the diverse localities and municipalities in Trekljano (Трекляно). Our user-friendly guide aims to assist you in navigating and understanding the distinct regions encapsulated by Trekljano (Трекляно) Postal codes, offering valuable insights for residents and visitors alike.

To find a comprehensive list of Postal codes in Trekljano (Трекляно), 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 Trekljano (Трекляно)

Area / LocalityPostal codeDetails
Brest (Брест)2558
Buzovica (Бъзовица)2555
Cheshljanci (Чешлянци)2556
Dobri dol (Добри дол)2559
Dolni Koriten (Долни Коритен)2558
Dolno Kobile (Долно Кобиле)2556
Dragojchinci (Драгойчинци)2554
Gabreshevci (Габрешевци)2557
Gorni Koriten (Горни Коритен)2557
Gorno Kobile (Горно Кобиле)2556
Kiselica (Киселица)2556
Kosovo (Косово)2557
Metokhija (Метохия)2556
Pobit kamuk (Побит камък)2554
Sredorek (Средорек)2555
Sushica (Сушица)2558
Trekljano (Трекляно)2557
Ushi (Уши)2557
Zlogosh (Злогош)2558

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Trekljano (Трекляно) postal codes, streamlined and structured, offer a unique insight into the country's geographical organization. Comprising four digits without separator characters, these codes serve as navigational markers within Trekljano (Трекляно). The initial digit denotes Kjustendil (Кюстендил) province. Meanwhile, the subsequent digits offer increasingly granular detail, narrowing down to specific areas and localities. 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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