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Postal codes in Slovenia (Slovene: poštna številka) are numerical strings which form part of a postal address in Slovenia. The codes consist of four digits written without separator characters, the first digit represents the region and the last three digits represent the individual post office.

Postal code Major city
1xxx Ljubljana
2xxx Maribor
3xxx Celje
4xxx Kranj
5xxx Nova Gorica
6xxx Koper
8xxx Novo Mesto
9xxx Murska Sobota

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