List of postal codes in Belgium

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2-digit postcode areas Belgium (defined through the first two postcode digits) 2 digit postcode belgique.png
2-digit postcode areas Belgium (defined through the first two postcode digits)

1000–1299: Brussels Capital Region

1300–1499: Walloon Brabant

1500–1999: Flemish Brabant

2000–2999: Antwerp

3000–3499: Flemish Brabant (continued)

3500–3999: Limburg

4000–4999: Liège

5000–5999: Namur

6000–6599: Hainaut

6600–6999: Luxembourg

7000–7999: Hainaut (continued)

8000–8999: West Flanders

9000–9999: East Flanders

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