Dataset of the Postal Codes from Moldova.
Postal codes in Moldova are alphanumeric. These codes consist of the letters "MD," followed by a four-digit code such as Chișinău MD-2001. The first digit in this code represents a designated postal zone. At the same time, the rest are here to represent smaller districts, administrative units, or streets within a municipal area.
Moldova, known as the Republic of Moldova (officially), is Eastern Europe's landlocked country. Ukraine and Romania border the country. At the same time, Chișinău is the capital city of Moldova. The majority of the country was Principality of Moldavia's part when it was ceded from Ottoman Empire to Russian Empire, from the 14th century until 1812.
Moldova has a moderately continental climate due to its proximity to the Black Sea. It causes the climate of Moldova mildly cold in the winters and autumn. While, the temperature is cool in the summers and spring, relatively. The summers here are long and warm, with 20 °C average temperature. The average rainfall here is 400 mm in the south and 600 mm in the north. However, long dry spells in Moldova are a bit unusual.
Romanian and Moldovan are known to be the official and National languages of Moldova, respectively.
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