This dataset provides the Postal Codes of Ukraine, and the data is available via APIs.
The postal codes in Ukraine are using 5-digit numeric codes being written right next to settlement name or city. These codes are allocated to almost all the settlements. They are allocated to Settlements that are having a population above 500, irrespective of the presence of the post office. However, areas with smaller populations are sharing the postal code of the nearest code-marked settlement. All the post offices in Ukraine contain post codebooks that can be purchased easily.
Ukraine is a country situated in Eastern Europe and known to be the second-largest European country after Russia.
Ukraine is sharing its borders with Belarus, Russia, Romania, Moldova, Hungary, and Slovakia. It is also having a coastline along the Black Sea and the Sea of Azov. Ukraine is covering an area of 603,628 km2. While the population here is approx. 41.5 million, which makes Ukraine the 8th most populous European country. Modern Ukraine territory was inhabited in 32,000 BC.
The climate of Ukraine is temperate, mostly with the southern coast of Crimea's exception, because it has a subtropical climate. Ukraine's climate is influenced by moderately humid. Warm air usually comes from the Atlantic Ocean.
Ukraine is a developing country and has ranked 74th on the index of Human Development. Alongside Moldova, Ukraine is considered the poorest country in Europe. The country is suffering from severe corruption and a very high rate of poverty.