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soc.genealogy.german Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ), Part 3/4
Section - 18. How do I find German postal codes?

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     German postal codes (Postleitzahl or PLZ, equivalent to US ZIP
     codes) are available on the Internet from
       <http://www.deutschepost.de/> and
       <http://www.informatik.uni-frankfurt.de/plz/plzrequest.uk.html>
     They are also listed in German postal code books and in the various
     telephone listings.  For towns with only one postal code, you can
     also consult the Michelin red guide, a good autoatlas, or Arthur
     Teschler's geographical server.

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Previous Document: 17. How do I write to a German Standesamt, parish, or archive?
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