This database contains the Zip Codes from Iceland. It is designed for developers and the data is accessible via application programming interfaces.
Iceland postal codes come up with three digits followed by the place name where the post must be distributed. It can either be a municipality, village, town, or city. The total number of Iceland postal codes is about 149.
Island in the North Atlantic Ocean's Nordic Island country. As per the ancient manuscript, Iceland's settlement started in 874 AD. Ingólfr Arnarson became the permanent settler here on the island.
Iceland is known to be a junction of Arctic Oceans and North Atlantic. The main island is in the South of the Arctic Circle. Even more, Iceland is closer to continental Europe as compared to North America's mainland. At the same time, the island is closest to Greenland. It is the second-largest island in Europe, following Great Britain in this regard. Moreover, it is the 18th largest island in the world, as well.
Iceland consists of a subarctic climate. The warm climate offers Iceland a higher annual temperature than other places in the world with similar altitudes. Even though the region has proximity to the Arctic, it remains ice-free throughout the winters. Overall, ice incursions here are pretty rare.