10 Postal Codes in San Marino

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The average area for zip codes in San Marino is 6.2 km² with the largest being 47893 in Castello di Borgo Maggiore at 9.8 km² and the smallest being 47898 in Cerbaiola, Castello di Montegiardino at 3.36 km². In San Marino the average population for a postal code is 3,151 with the most populated being zip code 47893 in Castello di Borgo Maggiore at 6,583. The average population density for a postal code in San Marino is 528.0 / km² with the densest being zip code 47891 in Serravalle, Serravalle at 1,303 / km². The median age for postal codes in San Marino range from 43.4 years old for 47891 in Serravalle, Serravalle to 43.5 years old for 47890 in Santa Mustiola. The fastest growing postal code is 47892 in Gualdicciolo, Castello di Acquaviva with population growth of 33.6% from 2000 to 2015, an average of 1.9% per year.

TimezoneCentral European Time
Area61.2 km²
Population31,477
Population Density514.3 / km²
Postal Codes47893, 47896, 47897 (7 more)
Area Code549
Businesses in San Marino1,699
Cities9

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10 Postal Codes in San Marino

Postal CodeCityPopulationArea
478936,5839.8 km²
47896Faetano1,4509.4 km²
47897Fiorentino2,0476.9 km²
47895Domagnano3,3886.8 km²
47890Santa Mustiola3,8896.5 km²
47899Fiorina (San Marino)4,5615.1 km²
47892Gualdicciolo1,8535 km²
478941,0034.531 km²
47891Serravalle (San Marino)5,8374.477 km²
47898Cerbaiola8993.36 km²

San Marino

San Marino (/sæn məˈriːnoʊ/; Italian: [sam maˈriːno]), officially the Republic of San Marino (Italian: Repubblica di San Marino), also known as the Most Serene Republic of San Marino (Italian: Serenissima Repubblica di San Marino), is an enclaved mic..  ︎  San Marino Wikipedia Page