Serbia is also known as the Republic of Serbia officially. This country is situated at the crossroads of Southeast and Central Europe, in the central Balkans and southern Pannonian Plain.
Postal Codes of Serbia
Postal Codes of Serbia are based on a 5-digit code. This format of postal codes in Serbia has been there since 2005. The first two digits of the Serbian postal codes represent the corresponding district.
However, district seat cities commonly have 000 as three digits in the last of the postal codes of Serbia. Smaller villages and towns have non-round three digits in the end.
A geographical overview of Serbia
Serbia is a country bordered by Bulgaria, Romania, Hungary, Croatia, Bosnia, North Macedonia, Montenegro, and Herzegovina. The population of Serbia is around 7 million. Belgrade is the largest city and capital of Serbia.
Historical Overview of Serbia
Since the Paleolithic Age, Serbia is inhabited consistently. In the 6th century, the modern Serbia territory faced Slavic migrations, established different regional states in the Middle Ages. At times, Serbia was known as tributaries to Frankish, Hungarian, and Byzantine kingdoms. Later the Serbian Kingdom gained recognition by the Constantinople and the Holy Sea in 1217.