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Feb 3, 2020

[Answer] Where is the smallest post office in the U.S.?

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...1. Glasgow, Montana 2. Wasilla, Alaska 3. Ochopee, Florida 4. Kearney, Nebraska




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Ochopee, Florida - Located on the border of the Everglades, Ochopee, Florida, has the honor of hosting the smallest post office in the United States. Literally the size of a closet, the building stands at 7 feet by 8 feet and was once a tomato farm's irrigation pipe shed. It later became Ochopee's post office, when the former post, housed in a general store, was destroyed by a fire in 1953. Instead of building a new and modern post office, the town of 11 people decided their needs would be met by this mini office. Given the small population, you might think the clerk who works in the post office is perpetually bored. However, the post office has become a favorite stop for tourists, who drop by from all over the world to drop postcards in the mail.:


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