This page has been labelled for deletion.
The given reason is: This key has never been widely adopted (as per TagInfo) since proposed. Brazilian mappers have adopted standard postal code tags such as postal_code and addr:postcode..
This normally means the page title is a bad one, and the content has been moved somewhere better. If a page title is vaguely meaningful, the page should perhaps be a redirect, or hold a small summary for historical interest instead. If you disagree with its deletion, please explain why on its talk page.
The page should now be empty apart from this message (as per procedure). The page history shows what used to be on this page, and allows people to rescue an old revision. We may decide to do this, but otherwise a wiki 'sysop' user can delete this page more permanently at some point. In the meantime we should fix any pages linking to here.
|Brazillian postal codes marked on their roads|
|Used on these elements|
|Tools for this tag|
See also Key:addr.
In Brazil the CEP address code follows the roads, in some major cities might even be different from left hand side to right hand side. Also in some rare cases buildings might hold a single CEP code. Smaller places generally have one CEP code for the entire municipal or village.
This tag is Brazil specific.
Use addr:postcode=* instead.