Jordan Postal Code



Jordan Postal Code / Jordan Zip code


Jordan has a five-digit postal code, with the first two digits indicating the province and the final three digits indicating the post office. Jordan Post is the government entity in responsibility of this postal service.
The first government-run postal service was founded in 1921, shortly after the Emirate of Transjordan was created. It was given the name Mail Department and began by taking over the Ottoman Empire's postal operations. In 1921, the postal service began with eight post offices.



About  Jordan 


Jordan is a Middle Eastern nation situated in the area of the Middle East. Jordan's only Mediterranean Sea shoreline extends along the Gulf of Aqaba in the country's extreme south, and it shares borders with Syria and Israel to the north, Saudi Arabia to the east, Iraq to the east and south, and Syria and Israel to the north.


It is named after the Jordan River, which passes across the region from north to south. The Jordan River, on the other hand, is a large natural lake formed when an old sea was cut off from its source by a geological fissure. Jordan is derived from the Hebrew word "Yarden," which means "descendant." Because of its lengthy history of human habitation, its capital city, Amman, has been referred to be one of the world's oldest continuously inhabited communities.

What is Jordan address format?

Home Delivery:

Mr. Mohamed Moustafa Al-Auramla
Habitat Abou Nosseir
Ruelle 5
Al Mohazab Al Halabi
27–T2
AMMAN 11937
Jordan

Post Box  Delivery

Jordan Post Company 
Ministry of Post & Communications 
PO Box 927364 
AMMAN 11190
JORDAN

What is Jordan Zipcode Format?
Postal Codes formatting