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Does Ireland Have Postcodes?

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In the Republic of Ireland, none but Dublin City has postal codes that are really postal districts. The postal code system for Dublin is comparatively simple as odd numbers are addresses on the North side of the River Liffey.
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Ireland doesn't used post codes. To get something to Dundalk, all you need is the name of the person/company you are sending it to and then the first part of the address, like the
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Outside of Dublin city, the Republic of Ireland doesn't have postcodes. All you need is the name of the person, the street name and number if it's a town or a city, and the town or
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The answers submitted are mostly correct however the postcode for Republic of Ireland is EIRE i.e. the irish for Ireland. I presume you are posting something or looking for an address
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I hope this site could help. http://www.iol.ie/~discover/mail.htm
http://www.fixya.com/support/t4205567-no_postcodes...
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