Postal Codes of Svalbard & Jan Mayen.
Svalbard, priorly known as Spitsbergen, is a well-known Norwegian archipelago in Mainland Europe's North. Svalbard is midway between the north pole and Norway's northern coast. Spitsbergen is the largest island here, followed by Edgeøya and Nordaustlandet. However, Longyearbyen is the largest settlement here.
Svalbard is a Norwegian archipelago in the Arctic. It consists of 61,022 square kilometers area; however, 2,572 people were living in Svalbard in 2009. The 1920 Svalbard Treaty recognizes Norwegian sovereignty. At the same time, the 1925 Svalbard Act has made it a complete part of the Kingdom of Norway. The Governor of Svalbard is administrating the archipelago, the Norwegian Ministry of Justice, and the Police subordinate. Unlike the rest of Norway, Svalbard is known to be a free economic and demilitarized zone. On the other hand, Jan Mayen is an Arctic Ocean volcanic island. It is situated at the Greenland Sea and Norwegian Sea's border. It has a 377 square kilometers area and is dominated by the Berenberg volcano.
Svalbard and Jan Mayen are the statistical designations for two remote jurisdictions collective grouping of Norway defined by ISO 3166-1. These two statistical designations are combined for International Organization for Standardization category purposes, but these are not collective administratively. It has resulted in the top-level domain code of the country further. .sj has been issued Svalbard and Jan Mayen as well as ISO 3166-2:SJ. Most importantly, the United Nations Statistics Division has also used this code, but it has named the country as Svalbard and Jan Mayen Islands.