Bonn-Bad Godesberg (DE)

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Bad Godesberg is one of the 4 municipal districts (73,172 inhabitants end 2014) of Bonn, southern North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. From 1949 till 1999 (while Bonn was the capital of West Germany), the majority of foreign embassies to Germany were located in Bad Godesberg. Some buildings are still used as embassy branch offices or consulates.

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Bonn-Bad Godesberg district is divided in sub-districts: Alt-Godesberg, Friesdorf, Godesberg-Nord, Godesberg-Villenviertel, Heiderhof, Hochkreuz, Lannesdorf, Mehlem, Muffendorf, Pennenfeld, Plittersdorf, Rüngsdorf, Schweinheim.

Postmarks in Germany

MEHLEM postmarks

Mehlem is a sub-district of Bad Godesberg with some 9,000 residents.

MEHLEM 28.9.45. -( )

Postmarks in German Empire

From a postcard to Godesberg (Bonn), bridge GODESBERG 1 in 1901.

Postmarks in North German Confederation

Postmarks in Prussia Rheinland province

Until 31 December 1867.

GODESBERG used a Postal code 504, Kreis BONN, District CÖLN.