Argentina is a country which is located in southern part of south American region, and this country is massively famous because of the greatest footballer ever in the history of football Lionel Andres Messi, and it is the 2nd country which mostly speaks Spanish after Spain. It is the 8th largest country in the world, and the second largest country in South America after Brazil. Argentina is 1/3rd of size compared to United States of America.
Postal codes in Argentina are called (códigos postales) that is in English called as Zip codes or Postal codes, Until 1998 Argentina introduced a four-digit postal code for each municipality, with the first digit representing a region in the country, except in the case of the city of Buenos Aires (which had different postal codes starting in 1000 and with the other numbers varying according to the zone). The unique codes became the base for the newer system, in which Argentina nation introduced new Postal code system in which they used 8 digit Alpha-Numerical Codes which were officially called CPA (Código Postal Argentino), that is Argentine Postal Code.
The Argentina’s zip code system is segregated in such a way that in which, The first digit which is an alphabetical code indicates the province of Argentina.The second four digits which are numerical codesthat indicates the locality of Argentina.The final 3 digits which are Alphabetical codes that indicates the blocks of Argentina.
Argentina covers the total land of 2.78 million km², and it has been ranked 8th largest nation among other nations in terms of lands. Argentina shares borders with Brazil to the north-east, Uruguay and south Atlantic Ocean to the east, Chile to the west, Bolivia and Paraguay to the north.
Argentina contains the total water of 1.6%, out of the 1.6% Argentina, approximately 85% of the total surface water is drawn from the Rio de la Plata basin, which extends from Atlantic ocean to Bolivia, covering some of the parts of Bolivia, Brazil, Argentina and Uruguay, and Paraguay in total.
Argentina has a total of 7,548 named mountains, Aconcagua is the tallest and highest elevated mountain in Argentina which elevates till 6,961 meters, approximately 43 mountains are more than the height of 6000 meters.
PIN = Postal Index Number
Each administrative division maintains its own postal code for mail delivery purposes. Having the correct code is essential to your mails delivery.
Argentina uses the 5 digit pin code system in which 1st digit and other 4 digits have been separated with different indications which has been shown below
Above shown picture is some of the most commonly used stamps in Argentina and the prices of these stamps are listed in the picture above.
|Postcode type and position||
5 alphanumeric characters digits to the right of the locality name, separated from the latter by a dash.
dki magit 103
pivi 3 dsog B
X ---> Zone/head post office of main region
XXXX ---> Province,State or District
|Address format||The first is a letter and represent the province,the next four digits are numbers and represent the locality,the last three letters represent the block.|
dki magit 103 sub-office (area /street /village)
pivi 3 dsog B city (delivery post office)
XXXXX locality - postcode
|Country name in local language:||Argentina|
|International phone code:||+54|