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Administrative divisions of Germany

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Administrative divisions of Germany

Subdivisions of Germany - overview.

Type No. Description
Postal codes areas 1 10 Leitzone
Postal codes areas 2 95 Leitregion not to use:00, federal gov.:11, reserve: 05, 43, 62
Telephone prefix 1 8 2 - 9
States (Bundesländer) 16 Administrative division, Level 1
NUTS:DE 1 16 Like States
NUTS:DE 2 39 Government regions (Regierungsbezirke), or equivalent
NUTS:DE 3 429 Districts (Kreise)


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