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'BUKOWINSKA' - Address terminology


nadzski 2 | 6
4 Sep 2013 #1
Hello, Can someone help me out with a question on an address:

say "BUKOWINSKA 30/40, Warsaw" , when an address is written like that does that mean there are 2 apartments, apartment 30 and apartment 40? or apartments 30 to 40? or is that apartment 40 in street 30?

Thank you.
normalnyfacet - | 31
4 Sep 2013 #2
BUKOWINSKA 30/40

Street Name, Number (of house or block), Flat number
seekout
4 Sep 2013 #3
ello, Can someone help me out with a question on an address:

say "BUKOWINSKA 30/40, Warsaw" , when an address is written like that does that mean there are 2 apartments, apartment 30 and apartment 40? or apartments 30 to 40? or is that apartment 40 in street 30?

Thank you

The address will be

ul BukowiƄska 30/40
02-703
Warszawa
Poland

30/40 translates to building number 40, local 30
Harry
4 Sep 2013 #4
say "BUKOWINSKA 30/40, Warsaw" , when an address is written like that does that mean there are 2 apartments, apartment 30 and apartment 40? or apartments 30 to 40? or is that apartment 40 in street 30?

It is either going to be flat number 40 in building number 30 on Bukowinska or a block from number 30 to number 40 on Bukowinska, could be either but is more probably the former.
cinek 2 | 337
24 Sep 2013 #5
a block from number 30 to number 40 on Bukowinska, could be either

I dont think so. Can't imagine 10 numbers reserved for one parcel. And even it was so it'd be probably 30-40 (which usually means from 30 to 40).

30/40 means building (or parcell) 30/ flat (or internal building) 30.

Cinek


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