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Sending a letter to Italy

Postby Amansolillo » 16 Oct 2011, 21:39

I am going to send several letters to Italy requesting records. What am I to write on the envelopes?
Last names of interest: Mansolillo, Morena, Grasso, Montecalvo, Fusco, Sinapi, DelBonis, Grossi, Sormanti, Cocuzzoli, Simonelli, Bevilacqua, Uccello, Cultrera, Pesaturo, Fragola

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Re: Sending a letter to Italy

Postby adelfio » 17 Oct 2011, 01:03

Sample of a letter I just sent
Arcidocesi Di Palermo
Archivio Storico Diocesano
Corso Vittoro Emanuele,463
90143 Palermo (PA)
Italy

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Re: Sending a letter to Italy

Postby Amansolillo » 17 Oct 2011, 01:10

What do each of the lines mean?
Last names of interest: Mansolillo, Morena, Grasso, Montecalvo, Fusco, Sinapi, DelBonis, Grossi, Sormanti, Cocuzzoli, Simonelli, Bevilacqua, Uccello, Cultrera, Pesaturo, Fragola

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Re: Sending a letter to Italy

Postby adelfio » 17 Oct 2011, 04:24

adelfio wrote:Sample of a letter I just sent
Arcidocesi Di Palermo Place your sending too.
Archivio Storico Diocesano
Corso Vittoro Emanuele,463 Street Address
90143 Palermo (PA) Postal code and town and province
Italy

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Re: Sending a letter to Italy

Postby carinthiangirl » 18 Oct 2011, 17:16

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Re: Sending a letter to Italy

Postby carinthiangirl » 18 Oct 2011, 17:19

adress and sender like you do at any letter of this world.
example:

Archivio Diocesi di Trento
Piazza Fiera 2
38122 Trento
Italia
or
Archivio Diocesi di Trento
Piazza Fiera 2
I - 38122 Trento

you must not state a province. it is seen about the first 2 numbers in front of the postalcode. not usual in Europe : http://plz.italien-aktuell.info/


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