Bulgaria is a Balkan country and is officially called the Republic of Bulgaria which is situated on the eastern flank of the Balkans. It is surrounded by Romania on the north, Serbia and North Macedonia to the west, Greece and Turkey to the south and the Black Sea to the east. Sofia is the capital and largest city, the other major cities are Plovdiv, Varna and Burgas. Bulgaria is well known for its most unique way of celebrating their festivals. It is well known for holding Festival of Roses, Fire Dancing Festival, Cherry Festival, Humour Carnival, Wake Up Open Air Festival, Wrong Fest, Rozhen National Folklore Festival, International Bagpipe Contest, A To Jazz Festival, Zheravna Festival of National Costume, Beglika Fest and Pirin Sings Folklore Festival. Many travelers around the world take time for their trip to Bulgaria to take part in the famous festivals.
The postal codes which were founded in 1879 with the help of Russia for the Universal Postal Union. The postal Bulgarian logo refers to the emblem of the golden Bulgarian lion, who have previous flags adorned, and it stands now on the emblem of the Bulgarian navy. At first there was so much controversy over the places which were registered under the postal code office, but then slowly every region in Bulgaria got its own postal codes. The pin code is segregated in such a way that each of the postal codes. It works with a network of 5,105 post offices across the nation providing access to all postal services.
Bulgaria has been ranked as the 103rd largest nation in the world, and it has a total land area of 110,994 km2, which comes to around a total of 42,855 mi2. The entire board is split into two, namely the land and coast. The land is bordered by five neighboring countries with a total length of 1,808 kilometers (1,123 mi and its coastline is 354 kilometers (220 mi) long on the coast of Black Sea.
On the east of Bulgaria, it is covered by sea water. The primary source of water for Bulgaria is river water. Most of the rivers are short and with low water levels. Iskar River is the longest river which is located solely in Bulgarian territory. It has a length of 368 kilometers (229 mi). The two major rivers are Struma and Maritsa in the south. Its area is covered by 2.16% of water. The rainwater is collected directly during rainfall and filtered with the help of an aquifer and let into the ground. It includes rainwater, groundwater, wetlands, etc. The second greatest source of freshwater is groundwater which can be found in the country.
A total of thirty seven named mountains in the southern and northern parks of Bulgaria nation. The highest mountains in Bulgaria are Rita (The highest peak is Musala) which is 2,925 meters (9,569 feet) and the most prominent of which is Pirin 2914 m. The names of mountains are Botev Peak, Belasitsa, Bilo Mountains, Bohovska Planina, Cherna gora, Chudinska Planina, Elovishka Planian, Ezdimirska Planina, Golo Bardo, Greben Karvav Kamak and Kobilska Planina. The Black Sea coast is the country's lowest point.
|Bulgaria Postal Code Address Format
|Postcode type and position
4 digits to the left of the locality name
Penka Hristova Smugleva
3264 s. Mechka
X -- (First digit) ---> indicates the zone / provinces.
X-- (second digit) ---> indicates the area.
XX -- (Last two digit) ---> indicate the locality.
|Each administrative division maintains its own postal code for mail delivery purposes. Having the correct code is essential to your mail delivery. Bulgaria uses 4 digit numeric Postal Index Number code systems in which 1st digit, 2nd digit, and the last 2 digits have different indications which is shown below;
Penka Hristova Smugleva ( addressee)
ul. Kokiche (street + premise)
obl. Vratza (province)
3264 s. Mechka (postcode + locality)
BULGARIA (REP.) (country)