Despite its different designs, the Post Office emoji we see on our platforms follows the European architecture style. Because of this, the emoji also goes by the name European Post Office. The decision to specify its name is because of its similar features with the Japanese Post Office emoji. You can notice the difference in symbol on the front of the building. The European post office features the Postal Horn emoji, while the Japanese post office features the Japanese postal mark.
Emoji creators came up with the post office emoji to add more building emoji options across platforms. However, the post office emoji caused a stir with emoji users because the building is named after appears differently in most countries. To avoid any confusion, most people simply use the Postbox emoji to imply postage or the post office. If they want to further emphasize the message, they can send it along with the Envelope emoji.
Post Office is a fully-qualified emoji as part of Unicode 6.0 which was introduced in 2010, and was added to Emoji 1.0.
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This Post Office Is Also Known As:
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Post Office Emoji History
Post Office Emoji is created in the year 2010.
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