ZIP Codes Monaco

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Monaco uses the French postal code system. The postal code of Monaco is 98000. This 5 digit ZIP code is valid for the entire mini-state, whether it's Monaco and Monte-Carlo, Monaco-Ville, Port de Fontvieille, Pointe Saint-Martin, City of Monaco, Anse de la Grue, Port de Monaco, Pointe Saint-Antoine, Réserve Sous-Marine du Larvotto, Pointe Sainte-Barbe, Anse du Portier, Les Moneghetti, Monaco Rocher, Ciappaira, Anse de Canton, Pointe Focinana, Plage du Larvotto, Port Hercules, La Condamine, etc.,

Principality of Monaco

The "Principatu de Munegu" is a monarchy reigned by Prince Albert II. This city-state, is the smallest state in the world. Monaco is located in the Cote d'Azur and is one of the countries with the highest demography in the world. Currently there are about 40 000 inhabitants on 203 hectares. The city is a popular place of residence for the rich being, because in the small nation, neither income or inheritance taxes have to be paid and tax offenses abroad will not be tracked. About 80 percent of residents are foreigners without Monegasques citizenship and half of the inhabitants are millionaires. The standard of living is high, the people coming with ease at age 85. Women with an average of 32.1 years, already have their first child.

Monaco is the only country in the world, which divides the population into three groups: native Monegasques, the children of the country and foreigners wealthy. The native Monegasques are entitled to a government apartment that can also inherit. The Children of the country do not possess citizenship, but living for generations in the Principality and are entitled to an apartment in the non-state-owned. The Monegasque natives represent just a quarter of the population. The immigration country has the highest percentage of foreigners worldwide. The largest group are the French with 28.2 percent of the population, followed by Italian, British, Belgian, Swiss and German. Even the Portuguese, Dutch and Americans are represented by about one percent. Every year more than 500 people apply for citizenship in Monaco, which will be awarded or rejected exclusively by Prince Albert II. In 2007, 68 people receive the citizenship, while in 2010 the number of people who manage to get it down to only seven.