8,375 Postal Codes in Germany

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The average area for zip codes in Germany is 43.2 km² with the largest being 17268 in Boitzenburg, Brandenburg at 848.7 km² and the smallest being 60308 in Frankfurter-Berg, Hessen at 0.297 km². In Germany the average population for a postal code is 9,754 with the most populated being zip code 21129 in Hamburg, Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg at 98,395. The average population density for a postal code in Germany is 754.4 / km² with the densest being zip code 80331 in Munich, Bavaria at 9,393 / km². The postal code with the oldest population is 98527 in Suhl, Thuringia with a median age of 51.6. The fastest growing postal code is 99098 in Erfurt, Thuringia with population growth of 106.3% from 2000 to 2015, an average of 4.9% per year.

TimezoneCentral European Time
Area35,768 km²
Population81.8 million
Population Density2,287 / km²
Postal Codes99998, 99996, 99994 (8,372 more)
Area Codes151, 152, 1521 (5,221 more)
Businesses in Germany5,588,598
Cities6,347

Postal Code Ranges

Postal CodesAdministrative RegionNumber of postal codes
01067 - 04889, 08056 - 09669Saxony436
03042 - 03253, 14461 - 17326Brandenburg228
06108 - 06928, 38820 - 39649Saxony-Anhalt222
07318 - 07989, 98527 - 99998Thuringia231
10115 - 14532Berlin198
17033 - 19417Mecklenburg-Vorpommern195
20038 - 21149, 22041 - 22769Hamburg102
21217 - 21789, 26121 - 38729, 49074 - 49849Lower Saxony826
22844 - 25999Schleswig-Holstein450
27568 - 27580, 28195 - 28779Bremen (state)41
32049 - 33829, 40196 - 54585, 58084 - 59969North Rhine-Westphalia879
34117 - 37299, 60306 - 63699, 64283 - 65936Hesse570
54290 - 57648, 66849 - 67829Rhineland-Palatinate654
66041 - 66839Saarland72
68131 - 79879, 88212 - 89198Baden-Württemberg1,210
80331 - 97909Bavaria2,078

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8,375 Postal Codes in Germany

Postal CodeCityAdministrative RegionPopulationArea
99998Körner, GermanyThuringia1,71230.6 km²
99996MenterodaThuringia2,97349 km²
99994SchlotheimThuringia4,07228.5 km²
99991GroßengotternThuringia6,41885.1 km²
99988KatharinenbergThuringia4,93147 km²
99986Thuringia5,88479.8 km²
99976Thuringia9,520130.1 km²
99974MühlhausenThuringia35,543131 km²
99958Thuringia3,67145.3 km²
99955Blankenburg, Unstrut-Hainich-KreisThuringia8,534135.4 km²
99947NeunheilingenThuringia24,457329.5 km²
99898FriedrichrodaThuringia1,2078 km²
99897Tambach-DietharzThuringia4,18943.5 km²
99894FinsterbergenThuringia6,02628.8 km²
99891Thuringia6,69050.8 km²
99887GeorgenthalThuringia5,68162.5 km²
99885WölfisThuringia8,203100.5 km²
99880FröttstädtThuringia18,341127.3 km²
99869SonnebornThuringia23,535280.8 km²
99867GothaThuringia43,46869.9 km²
99848Wutha-FarnrodaThuringia5,45939 km²
99846SeebachThuringia1,7913.808 km²
99843RuhlaThuringia2,0805.9 km²
99842RuhlaThuringia3,04330.7 km²
99837Dippach, ThuringiaThuringia5,72878.2 km²
99834UnterellenThuringia3,66940.8 km²
99831CreuzburgThuringia3,09152.8 km²
99830TreffurtThuringia4,63154.9 km²
99826MihlaThuringia4,98390.8 km²
99820BehringenThuringia
99819Thuringia9,561195.8 km²
99817EisenachThuringia40,820103.8 km²
99768IlfeldThuringia2,90762.8 km²
99765AulebenThuringia6,808102.6 km²
99762Neustadt/HarzThuringia5,38466.8 km²
99759UtterodeThuringia5,51961 km²
99755Thuringia5,35671.8 km²
99752KehmstedtThuringia8,40771.5 km²
99735Hainrode, ThuringiaThuringia10,353198.7 km²
99734NordhausenThuringia39,72579.9 km²
99718TopfstedtThuringia9,119146.1 km²
99713ThüringenhausenThuringia10,647286 km²
99707GöllingenThuringia
99706SondershausenThuringia19,166166.7 km²
99638FrömmstedtThuringia2,81944.4 km²
99636RastenbergThuringia3,17754.2 km²
99634HenschlebenThuringia4,34862.3 km²
99631Weißensee, ThuringiaThuringia4,56667.7 km²
99628Rudersdorf, GermanyThuringia5,71880.6 km²
99625SchillingstedtThuringia7,602116.2 km²
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