The first ZIP code ever


WORLD'S FIRST
ZIP CODE

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What was the world's first ZIP code?

The ZIP code is America's version of the postal code which was first used in Germany in 1941.

In 1963 America adopted the postal code, but named it Zone Improvement Plan code or ZIP code for short. The Zip code is used in all 50 states as well as the American territories.

Since the zoning was implemented at the same time the first ZIP code would be the one with the lowest number and that would be 00601 which is for Adjuntas, Puerto Rico.

The lowest ZIP code for any of the U.S. States is 01001 which is for Agawam, Massachusetts.

The highest ZIP code for any of the U.S. States is 99950 for Ketchikan, Alaska.


The first ZIP code ever

The first ZIP code ever

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