This list brings all postal codes from the Vatican. Use it with REST API and/or GraphQl. Source: Geonames.
Vatican City, also known as Vatican City State, officially is an independent city-state of the Holy See. It is also an enclave within Rome, Italy.
Postal codes in Italy
The postal code system in Italy is known as CAP. It is routing information for all cities and towns in Italy with a single CAP. 28 city centers in Italy have a specific CAP. San Marino and Vatican City are also using the postal code system of Italy.
"I-" is the optional prefix of Italian CAP postal codes, usually followed by a 5-digit code. In Italy, region name isn't used with postal addresses, but Provincia is included in province's capitals 2-digit abbreviation.
However, this 2-letter abbreviation isn't included in the addresses for towns characterized by multi-cap in the city centers they have.
This city-state became independent with the Lateran Treaty of 1992 from Italy. It is now a distinct territory with complete ownership, sovereign authority and jurisdiction, and exclusive dominion of the Holy See. With 49 hectares of area and 825 people in the population, Vatican is the world's smallest state by both population and area.
The Vatican State is an ecclesiastical, ruled by people who are head of the Catholic Church and the bishop of Rome, due to being governed by the Holy See.
Religious and cultural sites of Vatican City State
There are various cultural and religious sites located within the Vatican City State. Some of the most famous ones include the Vatican Museums, the Sistine Chapel, and St. Peter's Basilica. The museums here are featuring the most famous sculptures and paintings of the world.
The climate of Vatican City State
The climate of Vatican City State is just like as of Rome. It has a temperate and Mediterranean climate with mild and rainy winters. Summers in Vatican City are hot and dry.