List of postal codes in Finland

Postal codes in Finland are managed by Posti, the Finnish national post office.

The codes have five digits, where the first two designate the municipality (or group of municipalities) and the following two the district or village. The last digit is usually a zero in street addresses (except in some small communities where it may be a five). Postal codes ending in the digit one are used for post office boxes. Some recipients of large volumes of mail have their own postal codes.

Postal code districts

These are the areas identified by the first two digits of the postal codes. Note that the districts given here are approximate, as real postal code districts seldom follow administrative region or province boundaries, and sometimes even a single municipality can be located in multiple postal code districts.

00-02 Greater Helsinki

03-10 Rest of the Uusimaa region

11-19 eastern Tavastia

20-29 south-western Finland

30-39 western Tavastia

  • 30 Forssa
  • 31 the rest of the Forssa region
  • 32 the Loimaa region
  • 33 the Tampere region
  • 34 northern Pirkanmaa
  • 35 north-eastern Pirkanmaa
  • 36 south-eastern Pirkanmaa
  • 37 south-western Pirkanmaa
  • 38 eastern Satakunta
  • 39 north-western Pirkanmaa

40-49 Central Finland and Kymenlaakso

50-59 south-eastern Finland

60-69 Ostrobothnia

70-79 northern Savonia

80-89 eastern Finland and Ylivieska

90-99 northern Finland

External links

  • Posti - the Finnish postal service
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post office is a facility authorized by a postal system for the posting, receipt, sortation, handling, transmission or delivery of mail.[1] Post offices offer mail-related services such as post office boxes, postage and packaging supplies.
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Greater Helsinki (Finnish: Suur-Helsinki, Swedish: Storhelsingfors), Capital Region (Pääkaupunkiseutu, Huvudstadsregionen), Helsinki Metropolitan Area, and Helsinki Region (
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City of Helsinki
Helsingin kaupunki - Helsingfors stad


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Location of Helsinki in Northern Europe
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Vantaa (IPA: [ˈʋɑntɑː]; Vanda in Swedish) is a city and municipality in Finland. It borders Helsinki, the Finnish capital, which is to the south and southwest.
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Nurmijärvi (IPA: /ˈnurmiˌjærʋi/) is a village and the most populated rural municipality of Finland located 37 km north of the capital Helsinki.
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Sipoo (IPA: /ˈsipoː/) in Finnish or Sibbo in Swedish is a municipality of Finland. Its seat is in Nikkilä / Nickby (postal code 04130).
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Sipoo (IPA: /ˈsipoː/) in Finnish or Sibbo in Swedish is a municipality of Finland. Its seat is in Nikkilä / Nickby (postal code 04130).
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City of Espoo
Espoon kaupunki - Esbo stad


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Location of Espoo in Northern Europe
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Kirkkonummi ([ˈkirkkoˌnummi], or Kyrkslätt ([tɕyrkslɛt]
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Uusimaa, or Nyland in Swedish (New Land), is a region (maakunta / landskap) in Southern Finland. It borders the regions Finland Proper, Tavastia Proper, Päijänne Tavastia and Eastern Uusimaa.
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Uusimaa, or Nyland in Swedish (New Land), is a region (maakunta / landskap) in Southern Finland. It borders the regions Finland Proper, Tavastia Proper, Päijänne Tavastia and Eastern Uusimaa.
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Uusimaa, or Nyland in Swedish (New Land), is a region (maakunta / landskap) in Southern Finland. It borders the regions Finland Proper, Tavastia Proper, Päijänne Tavastia and Eastern Uusimaa.
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Hyvinkää (IPA: /ˈhyʋiŋkæː/; Hyvinge in Swedish) is a town in the province of Uusimaa, approximately 50 km north of the capital Helsinki. The town was chartered in 1960. Hyvinkää belongs to the Province of Southern Finland.
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Porvoo (IPA: [ˈporʋoː]) in Finnish or Borgå in Swedish, is a municipality situated on the southern coast of Finland approximately 50 kilometres east of Helsinki.
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Eastern Uusimaa (Itä-Uusimaa / Östra Nyland) is a region (maakunta / landskap) in Southern Finland. It borders to the regions Uusimaa, Päijänne Tavastia, and Kymenlaakso.
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Lohja (IPA: /ˈlohjɑ/), or Lojo in Swedish, is a town and municipality of Finland.

It is located in the province of Southern Finland and is part of the Uusimaa region. The municipality has a population of 36.585 (2005-12-31) and covers an area of 356.
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Hanko (IPA: /ˈhɑŋko/), or Hangö in Swedish, (Гангут
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Hanko (IPA: /ˈhɑŋko/), or Hangö in Swedish, (Гангут
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Pohja (IPA: /ˈpohjɑ/), or Pojo (//) in Swedish, is a municipality of Finland.

It is located in the province of Southern Finland and is part of the Uusimaa region. The municipality has a population of 4,920 (2004-12-31) and covers an area of 247.
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Depending on the context Pojo refers to
  • the Swedish name for the Finish municipality Pohja
  • in computer science, an acronym for Plain Old Java Object.
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Ekenäs IPA: [ˈeːkəneːs], Finnish: Tammisaari IPA: [ˈtɑmːiˌsɑːri]
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Ekenäs IPA: [ˈeːkəneːs], Finnish: Tammisaari IPA: [ˈtɑmːiˌsɑːri]
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Tavastia may refer to:
  • Tavastia, an area in south central Finland.
  • Tavastia (historical province), a historical province of the kingdom of Sweden, located in modern-day Finland.
  • Tavastia Proper, a modern region.
  • Päijänne Tavastia, another region of Finland.

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Riihimäki is a town and municipality in the south of Finland, about 69 km north of Helsinki and 109 km southeast of Tampere. It is somewhat of a railway junction, since the railway tracks going from different parts of the nation to Helsinki merge there. Sako, Ltd.
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Hämeenlinna, or Tavastehus in Swedish, is a municipality and city of about 47,000 inhabitants in the heart of the historical province of Häme in the south of Finland.
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