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proper addressing of Italian mail

Postby PamM » 24 Feb 2003, 03:45

I am getting ready to write to some possible relatives in Italy and I have a question. The address I have appears as follows: <BR> <BR> Di Girolamo Prof. Antonio <BR> 86100 Campobasso (CB) - Via Alfieri Vittorio, 111 <BR> <BR>I know 86100 is equivalent to a zip code, but what should the envelope look like when it\'s addressed properly? <BR> <BR>Thanks, <BR> <BR>Pam <BR>
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Postby ptimber » 24 Feb 2003, 05:48

reverse the second line and send it. Peter
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Postby PamM » 24 Feb 2003, 06:48

Okay, thanks. One more (stupid?) question. If I am enclosing a self addressed, stamped envelope, can I use U.S. Postage stamps? <BR> <BR>Pam
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Postby ptimber » 24 Feb 2003, 07:17

Can you buy Italian stamps in USA at the local post office??? Self addressed envekope with money inside for purchase of Italian stamps. ($1.00 for light letter). Peter
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Postby ptimber » 24 Feb 2003, 07:19

don\'t forget to add ITALY to your envelope your mailing to Italy. Peter
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