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The Isle of Man is the British Isles situated in the Irish Sea off England's northwest coast. The Island lies between Wales, Scotland, Ireland, and England. This Isle isn't a part of the United Kingdom but a crown possession instead, since 1828. However, the Isle is self-governing for its internal affairs under the British Home Office's supervision.
Isle of Man postcode area
In the Isle of Man, postcodes were introduced in 1933, with the Isle becoming an IM postcode area. Each area or town is associated with one or more postal districts assigned by the Isle of Man Post Office. The postal districts are then broken down outside the large towns, and every postal sector is then assigned to different settlements and villages.
Geography of Isle of Man
It is about 10 miles wide and 30 miles long, while the main axis is southwest to northeast. The area of this Isle is 221 square miles. It has fine cliffy scenery along with a rocky coastline. Due to different glacial periods' actions, the central massif's grass-covered peaks are smooth. Even more, the landscape of this Island is treeless with sheltered places exception. The Calf of Man lies in the southwest with cliffs and is administrated as a bird sanctuary by Manx National Heritage.
The climate of Isle of Man
It has a maritime temperate climate, with mild winters and cool summers. The average mean temperature here in February is 4.9 °C and 14.3 °C in August. At the same time, 1,140 mm is the average rainfall here annually. A distinctive tailless breed domestic Manx cat is believed to be originated here.
Since the Mesolithic Period, the Island is inhabited by humans. It has been a house of Irish missionaries. However, the earliest inhabitants of this Island were Celts until the 19th century's first half. However, until 1266, the Isle was a Norway's dependency. During that period, a man came under the government's Scandinavian system that remained unchanged practically since then.
Smuggling, fishing, and agriculture were essential here. Farms of the Island produce wheat, oats, barley, potatoes, and turnips. However, currently, high-technology manufacturing, tourism from Britain, and off-shore financial services are the economy's mainstays here. Trophy motorcycle races of the Isle are attracting numerous tourists here every year. Major towns here include Douglas, Peel, Castletown, and Ramsey. Airport and boats connect the Island with the British mainland.