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Postal services in Finland
The Finnish postal system was established in the 17th century by Count Per Brahe the Younger. Unlike other countries, the Finnish postal service has always been open to the public from the beginning. The first postal communications were established in 1638 between the capital of Stockholm and Turku. Initially, the letters and parcels were delivered by postal sailboat racers. When Finland was part of the Russian Empire, in May 1981, the Russian stamps were introduced in the country. The Finnish stamps were still valid for one year.
With the introduction of the euro in 2002, all the stamps issued previously were no longer valid. On Finnish stamps is not printed a value in euro, but only the transport category.

Finnish postal codes
The country is divided into the following regions: Lapland, Eastern Finland, Oulu, Finland Southern and Western Finland. The cities with the highest number of inhabitants are the capital Helsinki, Espoo, Tampere, Vantaa, Turku, Oulu and Lahti.

Zip Code in Helsinki
The postal codes of Finland starts from the south of the country in Helsinki and increase moving towards the north. The Finnish postal codes consist of five digits. Lower numbers are reserved for Helsinki, the state capital, and they are 00100-01055, 10000, 13000, 40000 and 50000. Higher numbers are found in Lapland and begin with 99.

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About Finland
The Republic of Finland is a parliamentary republic in northern Europe on the Scandinavian Peninsula and is a member of the EU. Within the EU, there are not required custom documents. Letters, parcels and pallets are not checked at the border. In order to prevent illegal shipments, each package is analyzed and controlled to sample.

Finland is one of the least populated countries in Europe. Most of the population live in the south of the country. Helsinki is the capital and other major cities are Turku, Vaasa, Tampere and Oulu. The two official languages are Finnish and Swedish, with 92% of the population speaking Finnish and only 6% of the Swedish language.