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Classification - TSZ

Short description

The territorial code system is a computerised register system of the name and the code of, existence, territorial classification and other characteristics of administrative territorial units. Through a part of it, the “settlement identification number”, it ensures the computerised processing and sorting of statistical data and information available on settlements.

TSZ short description (pdf, 79 KB)

Structure

The code numbers and descriptions of the items of the classification.

    A territorial code is made up of two parts:
  • a settlement identification number (positions 1-5),
  • a series of grouping criteria (positions 6-52).

TSZ structure (pdf, 163 KB)

Components of TSZ structure (xlsx, 389 KB)

Explanatory notes

The explanatory notes determine the contents of the classification items. They assist to find the appropriate category in the classification.

TSZ explanatory notes (pdf, 176 KB)

Search engine

It supports the quick search in the classification. After searching by code number or text, it displays those items of the classification that contain the relevant code number or text.

Methodology

Principles and rules of classification to be applied

Methodology (pdf, 161 KB)

Correspondence tables

Conversion key between the items of the current version of classification and those of the previous version.

Legal basis

Legislation ordering the use of the classification:

Predecessor classification (Old versions)

TSZ structure, 2016 (pdf, 90 KB)

TSZ explanatory notes, 2016 (pdf, 167 KB)

International version of classification

NUTS

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