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Agate Aguilar Akron
Alamosa Allenspark Alma
Almont Amherst Anton
Antonito Arapahoe Arboles
Arlington Arriba Arvada
Aspen Atwood Ault
Aurora Austin Avon
Avondale Bailey Basalt
Battlement Mesa Bayfield Bedrock
Bellvue Bennett Berthoud
Bethune Beulah Black Hawk
Blanca Boncarbo Bond
Boone Boulder Branson
Breckenridge Briggsdale Brighton
Broomfield Brush Buena Vista
Buffalo Creek Burlington Burns
Byers Cahone Calhan
Campo Canon City Capulin
Carbondale Carr Cascade
Castle Rock Cedaredge Center
Central City Chama Cheraw
Cheyenne Wells Chimney Rock Chromo
Cimarron Clark Clifton
Climax Coal Creek Coaldale
Coalmont Collbran Colorado City
Colorado Springs Commerce City Como
Conejos Conifer Cope
Cortez Cory Cotopaxi
Cowdrey Craig Crawford
Creede Crested Butte Crestone
Cripple Creek Crook Crowley
Dacono De Beque Deer Trail
Del Norte Delta Denver
Dillon Dinosaur Divide
Dolores Dove Creek Drake
Dumont Dupont Durango
Eads Eagle Eastlake
Eaton Eckert Eckley
Edwards Egnar Elbert
Eldorado Springs Elizabeth Empire
Englewood Erie Estes Park
Evans Evergreen Fairplay
Firestone Flagler Fleming
Florence Florissant Fort Collins
Fort Garland Fort Lupton Fort Lyon
Fort Morgan Fountain Fowler
Franktown Fraser Frederick
Frisco Fruita Galeton
Gardner Gateway Genoa
Georgetown Gilcrest Gill
Glade Park Glen Haven Glenwood Springs
Golden Granada Granby
Grand Junction Grand Lake Granite
Grant Greeley Green Mountain Falls
Grover Guffey Gunnison
Gypsum Hamilton Hartman
Hartsel Hasty Haswell
Haxtun Hayden Henderson
Hereford Hesperus Hillrose
Hillside Hoehne Holly
Holyoke Homelake Hooper
Hot Sulphur Springs Hotchkiss Howard
Hudson Hugo Hygiene
Idaho Springs Idalia Idledale
Ignacio Iliff Indian Hills
Jamestown Jaroso Jefferson
Joes Johnstown Julesburg
Karval Keenesburg Kersey
Kim Kiowa Kirk
Kit Carson Kittredge Kremmling
La Jara La Junta La Salle
La Veta Lafayette Lake City
Lake George Lamar Laporte
Larkspur Las Animas Lazear
Leadville Lewis Limon
Lindon Littleton Livermore
Log Lane Village Loma Lone Tree
Longmont Louisville Louviers
Loveland Lucerne Lyons
Mack Manassa Mancos
Manitou Springs Manzanola Marvel
Masonville Matheson Maybell
Mc Clave Mc Coy Mead
Meeker Meredith Merino
Mesa Mesa Verde National Park Milliken
Minturn Model Moffat
Molina Monarch Monte Vista
Montrose Monument Morrison
Mosca Nathrop Naturita
Nederland New Castle New Raymer
Niwot Norwood Nucla
Nunn Oak Creek Ohio City
Olathe Olney Springs Ophir
Orchard Ordway Otis
Ouray Ovid Padroni
Pagosa Springs Palisade Palmer Lake
Paoli Paonia Parachute
Paradox Parker Parlin
Parshall Peetz Penrose
Peyton Phippsburg Pierce
Pine Pinecliffe Pitkin
Placerville Platteville Pleasant View
Poncha Springs Powderhorn Pritchett
Pueblo Ramah Rand
Rangely Red Cliff Red Feather Lakes
Redvale Rico Ridgway
Rifle Rockvale Rocky Ford
Roggen Rollinsville Romeo
Rush Rye Saguache
Salida San Luis San Pablo
Sanford Sargents Sedalia
Sedgwick Seibert Severance
Shawnee Sheridan Lake Silt
Silver Plume Silverthorne Silverton
Simla Slater Snowmass
Snowmass Village Snyder Somerset
South Fork Springfield Steamboat Springs
Sterling Stoneham Stonington
Strasburg Stratton Sugar City
Swink Tabernash Telluride
Thornton Timnath Toponas
Towaoc Trinchera Trinidad
Twin Lakes Two Buttes U S A F Academy
Vail Vernon Victor
Vilas Villa Grove Vona
Walden Walsenburg Walsh
Ward Watkins Weldona
Wellington Westcliffe Westminster
Weston Wetmore Wheat Ridge
Whitewater Wiggins Wild Horse
Wiley Windsor Winter Park
Wolcott Woodland Park Woodrow
Woody Creek Wray Yampa
Yellow Jacket Yoder Yuma

ZIP code:

United States Postal Service (USPS) uses ZIP codes as a system for postal codes since 1963. ZIP stands for Zone Improvement Plan, ZIP is properly written in capital letters and was chosen to suggest that the mail travels more efficiently, and therefore more quickly. The term ZIP code was originally registered as a servicemark (a type of trademark) by the U.S. Postal Service.

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  What is SWIFT Code/BIC Code?
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