ISO 3166-2:CZ

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ISO 3166-2:CZ is the entry for the Czech Republic in ISO 3166-2, part of the ISO 3166 standard published by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), which defines codes for the names of the principal subdivisions (e.g., provinces or states) of all countries coded in ISO 3166-1.

Currently for the Czech Republic, ISO 3166-2 codes are defined for two levels of subdivisions:

Each code consists of two parts, separated by a hyphen. The first part is CZ, the ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code of the Czech Republic. The second part is either of the following:

  • two letters: regions
  • three characters (two digits followed by a digit or a letter): districts

For the districts, the first two digits indicate the region where the district is in (based on the original NUTS code of the region):

Current codes[edit]

Subdivision names are listed as in the ISO 3166-2 standard published by the ISO 3166 Maintenance Agency (ISO 3166/MA).

Subdivision names are sorted in Czech alphabetical order: a (á), b, c, č, d (ď), e (é) (ě), f, g, h, ch, i (í), j, k, l, m, n (ň), o (ó), p, q, r, ř, s, š, t (ť), u (ú) (ů), v, w, x, y (ý), z, ž.

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Regions[edit]

Code Subdivision name (cs) Subdivision name (en)
[note 1]
CZ-JC  Jihočeský kraj South Bohemia
CZ-JM  Jihomoravský kraj South Moravia
CZ-KA  Karlovarský kraj Karlovy Vary
CZ-KR  Královéhradecký kraj Hradec Králové
CZ-LI  Liberecký kraj South Bohemia
CZ-MO  Moravskoslezský kraj Moravia-Silesia
CZ-OL  Olomoucký kraj Olomouc
CZ-PA  Pardubický kraj Pardubice
CZ-PL  Plzeňský kraj Plzeň
CZ-PR  Praha, hlavní město Prague
CZ-ST  Středočeský kraj Central Bohemia
CZ-US  Ústecký kraj Ústí nad Labem
CZ-VY  Vysočina Vysočina
CZ-ZL  Zlínský kraj Zlín
Notes
  1. ^ For reference only, English Name not included in the ISO 3166-2 standard.

Districts[edit]

Code Subdivision name In region
CZ-201 Benešov ST
CZ-202 Beroun ST
CZ-621 Blansko JM
CZ-622 Brno-město JM
CZ-623 Brno-venkov JM
CZ-801 Bruntál MO
CZ-624 Břeclav JM
CZ-511 Česká Lípa LI
CZ-311 České Budějovice JC
CZ-312 Český Krumlov JC
CZ-421 Děčín US
CZ-321 Domažlice PL
CZ-802 Frýdek-Místek MO
CZ-611 Havlíčkův Brod VY
CZ-625 Hodonín JM
CZ-521 Hradec Králové KR
CZ-411 Cheb KA
CZ-422 Chomutov US
CZ-531 Chrudim PA
CZ-512 Jablonec nad Nisou LI
CZ-711 Jeseník OL
CZ-522 Jičín KR
CZ-612 Jihlava VY
CZ-313 Jindřichův Hradec JC
CZ-412 Karlovy Vary KA
CZ-803 Karviná MO
CZ-203 Kladno ST
CZ-322 Klatovy PL
CZ-204 Kolín ST
CZ-721 Kroměříž ZL
CZ-205 Kutná Hora ST
CZ-513 Liberec LI
CZ-423 Litoměřice US
CZ-424 Louny US
CZ-206 Mělník ST
CZ-207 Mladá Boleslav ST
CZ-425 Most US
CZ-523 Náchod KR
CZ-804 Nový Jičín MO
CZ-208 Nymburk ST
CZ-712 Olomouc OL
CZ-805 Opava MO
CZ-806 Ostrava-město MO
CZ-532 Pardubice PA
CZ-613 Pelhřimov VY
CZ-314 Písek JC
CZ-324 Plzeň-jih PL
CZ-323 Plzeň-město PL
CZ-325 Plzeň-sever PL
CZ-101 Praha 1 PR
CZ-102 Praha 2 PR
CZ-103 Praha 3 PR
CZ-104 Praha 4 PR
CZ-105 Praha 5 PR
CZ-106 Praha 6 PR
CZ-107 Praha 7 PR
CZ-108 Praha 8 PR
CZ-109 Praha 9 PR
CZ-10A Praha 10 PR
CZ-10B Praha 11 PR
CZ-10C Praha 12 PR
CZ-10D Praha 13 PR
CZ-10E Praha 14 PR
CZ-10F Praha 15 PR
CZ-209 Praha-východ ST
CZ-20A Praha-západ ST
CZ-315 Prachatice JC
CZ-713 Prostějov OL
CZ-714 Přerov OL
CZ-20B Příbram ST
CZ-20C Rakovník ST
CZ-326 Rokycany PL
CZ-524 Rychnov nad Kněžnou KR
CZ-514 Semily LI
CZ-413 Sokolov KA
CZ-316 Strakonice JC
CZ-533 Svitavy PA
CZ-715 Šumperk OL
CZ-317 Tábor JC
CZ-327 Tachov PL
CZ-426 Teplice US
CZ-525 Trutnov KR
CZ-614 Třebíč VY
CZ-722 Uherské Hradiště ZL
CZ-427 Ústí nad Labem US
CZ-534 Ústí nad Orlicí PA
CZ-723 Vsetín ZL
CZ-626 Vyškov JM
CZ-724 Zlín ZL
CZ-627 Znojmo JM
CZ-615 Žďár nad Sázavou VY

Changes[edit]

The following changes to the entry have been announced in newsletters by the ISO 3166/MA since the first publication of ISO 3166-2 in 1998:

Newsletter Date issued Description of change in newsletter Code/Subdivision change
Newsletter I-2 2002-05-21 Completely new subdivision layout. New reference for the list source Subdivision layout:
1 city, 7 regions (see below)
→ 14 regions
Newsletter I-3 2002-08-20 Error correction: Spelling correction and correction of word order in CZ-VY. List of subdivision names resorted
Newsletter I-5 2003-09-05 Spelling correction in CZ-PR and adjustment of name form in CZ-VY
Newsletter I-9 2007-11-28 Addition of administrative subdivisions and of their code elements Subdivisions added:
91 districts
Newsletter II-1 2010-02-03
(corrected
2010-02-19)
Addition of the country code prefix as the first code element, alphabetical re-ordering

Codes before Newsletter I-2[edit]

Code Subdivision name Subdivision category
CZ-PRG Praha city
CZ-CJC Jihočeský kraj region
CZ-CJM Jihomoravský kraj region
CZ-CSC Severočeský kraj region
CZ-CSM Severomoravský kraj region
CZ-CST Středočeský kraj region
CZ-CVC Východočeský kraj region
CZ-CZC Západočeský kraj region

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