Serbia is a landlocked nation which is located in the central and south-east part of Europe, Serbia is ranked as second largest producer and exporting nation of raspberries, and they also export fruits like apples, pears, and plums. In Serbia nature and wild-life tops the attraction point the hills and lakes which are crystal clear and the boat rides which are to explore the surroundings of Serbia.
Serbia covers the total land of 88,361km², which ranked 111th among other nation in the world in terms of land area. Serbia shares borders with Hungary to the north, Romania and Bulgaria to the east, North Macedonia to the south, and Montenegro to the south-west, and Albania to the north-eastern border.
Serbia consists total water of 0.13% as the whole nation is a landlocked country and the main source of water for Serbia comes from the rivers which connects with the black sea. The gruza lake is one of the main river in Serbia and the people gets most of the water from the rivers and the drainage system of Serbia.
Serbia consists a total of 130 peaks in which 15 of them elevates more than 1000 meters and the rest of the peaks are just connected to the waterfalls and rivers which flow through the side of the Serbian country, Western Balkan Mountains is the highest peak in the Serbia which ranges 2,169metres.
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.
Serbia uses the 6 digit pin system in their country in which each of the two digits has unique indication and it is shown below;
The picture shown above is the postal stamps which are currently being used in the Serbia and although there are so many stamps but these are the commonly used stamps in the Serbian nation. And the prices of these stamps are shown in the above picture itself.
|Postcode type and position||
6 digits to the right of the locality name, separated from the latter by a dash.
2nd avenue, Mittery
MONACO – XXXXXX
XX ---> First 2 Digit Region
XX ---> Delivery Zone
XX ---> Last 2 Digit Point
|Address format||The first two digits represent region,the middle two digits represent the delivery zone.the last two digits represent delivery point.|
2nd avenue, Mittery sub-office (area /street /village)
856243 city (delivery post office)
MONACO – XXXXXX locality - postcode
|Country name in local language:||Srbija i Crna Gora|
|International phone code:||381|