Actually no. Around 75% of the world suffers from inconsistent, poor addressing systems or none at all. 

But even in the countries in the world where addressing works okay, it’s far from perfect.

For example: there are eight different Lonsdale Roads around London, a lot of houses don’t have numbers, an address can’t tell you the correct entrance to a large building, and in unfamiliar countries the addressing can be difficult to understand:

Street addresses and postcodes don't always get you where you want to go:

Similar addresses are easy to confuse when using navigation systems:

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