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Country code top-level domains

As of May 20, 2017, there were 255 Country code top-level domains. (For comparison, at the same time the United Nations comprised 193 counties.)

Table for IDN & Info
Name DNS name of the two-letter country-code top-level domain. They follow ISO 3166-1 alpha-2, with some exceptions.
Entity Country, dependency, or region
Explanation Explanation of the code when not self-evident from the English name of the country
Notes General remarks
IDN Support for internationalized domain names (IDN)
DNSSEC Presence of DS records for Domain Name System Security Extensions
SLD Allows second-level domain registration (restrictions may apply)
IPv6 Registry fully supports IPv6 access

 

Name Entity Explanation Notes IDN DNSSEC SLD IPv6
.ac  Ascension Island   Commonly used for academic websites, such as universities. However, .ac is not to be confused with the official British academic domain .ac.uk or the official Indian academic domain .ac.in. Also used in the accounting, consulting, and air-conditioning industries. Yes Yes Yes Yes
.ad  Andorra   Local trademark, trade name or citizenship required[6][7]   Yes Yes  
.ae  United Arab Emirates       No Yes  
.af  Afghanistan       Yes Yes  
.ag  Antigua and Barbuda   Also unofficially used by German businesses (where AG is an abbreviation of Aktiengesellschaft)   Yes Yes  
.ai  Anguilla       No Yes  
.al  Albania   Citizenship no longer required   No Yes  
.am  Armenia   Also unofficially used by AM radio stations, podcasts or related business No Yes Yes Yes
.an  Netherlands Antilles   Local presence required; Netherlands Antilles were dissolved on 10 October 2010.   No Yes  
.ao  Angola       No Unknown  
.aq  Antarctica Antarctique Defined by the Antarctic Treaty as everything south of latitude 60°S. AQ domain names are available to government organizations who are signatories to the Antarctic Treaty and to other registrants who have a physical presence in Antarctica. ? Yes Yes ?
.ar  Argentina     Spanish[cctld 1] Yes No Yes
.as  American Samoa   Also unofficially used by the Principality of Asturias, Spain Yes No Yes  
.at  Austria       Yes Yes  
.au  Australia   Restrictions apply. In general, registrants must be Australian, and must have a minimum 2 year registration period.[8] Includes Ashmore and Cartier Islands and Coral Sea Islands.   Yes No  
.aw  Aruba Aruba, West Indies Restricted to registered Aruban companies, organisations and citizens   Yes Yes  
.ax  Åland   Restricted to registered Åland companies, organisations and citizens   No Yes  
.az  Azerbaijan       No Yes  
.ba  Bosnia and Herzegovina       No Yes  
.bb  Barbados       No Yes  
.bd  Bangladesh     Yes No Yes  
.be  Belgium   Also unofficially used in the canton of Bern, Switzerland Latin[9] Yes Yes Yes[10]
.bf  Burkina Faso       No Yes  
.bg  Bulgaria     Russian and Bulgarian[9] Yes Yes  
.bh  Bahrain       No Yes  
.bi  Burundi       No Yes  
.bj  Benin       No Yes  
.bl  Saint Barthélemy   Not in use        
.bm  Bermuda   Local corporate registration required   No Yes  
.bn  Brunei       No No  
.bo  Bolivia       No Yes  
.bq  Bonaire   Not yet assigned as of 1 December 2015        
.br  Brazil   Restricted. Registration is done under several categories (i.e.: .edu.br for higher education institutions, .gov.br for government agencies, etc.)[11] Yes[12] Yes No[cctld 2]  
.bs  Bahamas       No Yes  
.bt  Bhutan       No No  
.bv  Bouvet Island   Not in use (Norwegian dependency; see .no). No No No  
.bw  Botswana       No Yes  
.by  Belarus   also unofficially used to denote Bayern (Bavaria), Germany   Yes Yes  
.bz  Belize       Yes Yes  
.ca  Canada   Subject to Canadian Presence Requirements.[13] French[cctld 3] Yes Yes  
.cc  Cocos (Keeling) Islands   Australian territory: not to be confused with Cocos islands in Guam. Currently marketed as global domain, registration allowed worldwide, local presence not required; the domain is currently operated by eNIC, a VeriSign company.   Yes Yes  
.cd  Democratic Republic of the Congo       No Yes  
.cf  Central African Republic   Also used as a free domain service to the public.   No Yes  
.cg  Republic of the Congo       No Yes  
.ch   Switzerland Confoederatio Helvetica   Yes[cctld 4] Yes Yes  
.ci  Côte d'Ivoire       No Yes  
.ck  Cook Islands       No Yes  
.cl  Chile     Yes Yes Yes Yes
.cm  Cameroon   A local entity/company in Cameroon is required to register a domain name.   No Yes  
.cn  People's Republic of China   A local company in China is required to register a domain name, or for personal registrations a valid Resident Identity Card. See ICP license for more information regarding registrations. Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan also maintain TLDs. Yes Yes Yes Yes
.co  Colombia   Marketed as a global domain – recognized as a gccTLD by Google. Anyone can register.   Yes Yes  
.cr  Costa Rica       Yes Yes  
.cu  Cuba       No Yes  
.cv  Cape Verde       No Yes  
.cw  Curaçao Curaçao, West Indies     No Unknown  
.cx  Christmas Island       Yes Yes  
.cy  Cyprus       No No  
.cz  Czech Republic     No[cctld 5] Yes Yes  
.de  Germany Deutschland German postal address for administrative contact (admin-c) required. Proxy registrations are allowed. Yes[cctld 6] Yes Yes Yes
.dj  Djibouti       No Yes  
.dk  Denmark     Yes[cctld 7] Yes Yes  
.dm  Dominica       No Yes  
.do  Dominican Republic       No Yes  
.dz  Algeria Dzayer (from Al-Jazair)     No Yes  
.ec  Ecuador       No Yes  
.ee  Estonia Eesti   Yes[cctld 8] Yes Yes  
.eg  Egypt       No Yes  
.eh  Western Sahara Saguia el-Hamra .eh is reserved for Western Sahara, but does not exist in the root.        
.er  Eritrea   Inactive – The domain registrar Eritrea Telecommunication Services Corporation offers no services to register domains.   No No  
.es  Spain España     Yes Yes  
.et  Ethiopia       No No  
.eu  European Union   Restricted to legal and natural persons in European Union member states. Previously unofficially used for sites in the Basque language, but now .eus is in official use. Yes[cctld 9] Yes Yes Yes[15]
.fi  Finland   Registration allowed worldwide, local presence not required. Yes[cctld 10] Yes Yes  
.fj  Fiji       No Yes  
.fk  Falkland Islands       No No  
.fm  Federated States of Micronesia   Also unofficially used by FM radio stations, podcasts or related business   No Yes  
.fo  Faroe Islands Føroyar     Yes Yes  
.fr  France   Restricted to individuals and companies in European Union, Switzerland, Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein.[cctld 11] Yes[cctld 12] Yes Yes  
.ga  Gabon   Also used as a free domain service to the public.   No Yes  
.gb  United Kingdom Great Britain Deprecated.[16] The primary ccTLD used for the United Kingdom is .uk.   No No  
.gd  Grenada       Yes Yes  
.ge  Georgia   Available for registration for residents of Georgia (unlimited) or for foreign companies via representation of any local legal person (one domain name per registrant)[17] No No Yes  
.gf  French Guiana Guyane française     No    
.gg  Guernsey   Commonly used in reference to the gamer slang for good game.   No Yes  
.gh  Ghana       No No  
.gi  Gibraltar       Yes Yes  
.gl  Greenland   Previously also unofficially used in Galicia, Spain, but now .gal has been approved for such use and was implemented in mid-2014   Yes Yes  
.gm  The Gambia   Domain name should match the domain owners name or trademarks. Common nouns are blocked.   No Yes  
.gn  Guinea   A local contact is required   Yes No  
.gp  Guadeloupe   Still used for Saint-Barthélemy and Saint-Martin   No Yes  
.gq  Equatorial Guinea Guinée équatoriale Also used as a free domain service to the public.   No    
.gr  Greece     Yes[cctld 13] Yes Yes  
.gs  South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands       Yes Yes  
.gt  Guatemala     Yes No Yes  
.gu  Guam       No No  
.gw  Guinea-Bissau       No Yes  
.gy  Guyana       No Yes  
.hk  Hong Kong   Special administrative region of the People's Republic of China. Yes No Yes  
.hm  Heard Island and McDonald Islands       No Yes  
.hn  Honduras       Yes Yes  
.hr  Croatia Hrvatska     Yes Yes  
.ht  Haiti     Yes No Yes  
.hu  Hungary   citizens of EU or entity established by virtue of law in the territory of EU   Yes Yes  
.id  Indonesia   Restricted to Indonesian companies (co.id), organisations (or.id), academic (ac.id & sch.id) and citizens (biz.id, my.id & web.id). Second-level domains are becoming available now and opened to general registration on 17 August 2014.[18] Yes Yes Yes  
.ie  Ireland   In 2002, registration was expanded to include persons or businesses with a "real and substantive" connection with the island of Ireland (including Northern Ireland).[19][20] No Yes Yes  
.il  Israel     Yes No No  
.im  Isle of Man       No Yes  
.in  India   Under INRegistry since April 2005 (except: gov.in, nic.in, mil.in, ac.in, edu.in, res.in).   Yes Yes  
.io  British Indian Ocean Territory   Used unofficially by technology companies, startups, and web applications because IO can be an acronym for input/output that is useful for domain hacks.   Yes Yes  
.iq  Iraq       Partial[21] Yes  
.ir  Iran     Yes No Yes  
.is  Iceland Ísland   Yes Yes Yes  
.it  Italy   Restricted to companies and individuals in the European Union. Yes[cctld 14] No Yes  
.je  Jersey   -je is used in Dutch to form a diminutive: boek = a book, boekje = a little book   No Yes  
.jm  Jamaica       No No  
.jo  Jordan       No Yes  
.jp  Japan   Restricted to individuals or companies with a physical address in Japan. Yes Yes Yes Yes[22]
.ke  Kenya       Yes No  
.kg  Kyrgyzstan       Yes Yes  
.kh  Cambodia Khmer     No No  
.ki  Kiribati       Yes Yes  
.km  Comoros Komori     No Yes  
.kn  Saint Kitts and Nevis       No Yes  
.kp  North Korea Korea Democratic People's Republic     No No  
.kr  South Korea Korea Republic   Yes Yes Yes  
.kw  Kuwait       No No  
.ky  Cayman Islands   Restricted to qualified Cayman entities[23]   Yes Yes  
.kz  Kazakhstan       No Yes  
.la  Laos   Currently being marketed as the unofficial domain for Los Angeles[24]   Yes Yes  
.lb  Lebanon   Restricted to registration with a company in Lebanon   Yes No  
.lc  Saint Lucia       Yes Yes  
.li  Liechtenstein   Also used by Long Island Yes Yes Yes  
.lk  Sri Lanka Lanka   Yes Yes Yes  
.lr  Liberia       Partial[21] No  
.ls  Lesotho       No No  
.lt  Lithuania     Yes Yes Yes  
.lu  Luxembourg     Yes Yes Yes  
.lv  Latvia     Yes Yes Yes  
.ly  Libya       No Yes  
.ma  Morocco Maroc Also used as a free domain service to the public as cu.ma   Partial[21] Yes  
.mc  Monaco   Only for companies with a trademark registered in Monaco   No Yes  
.md  Moldova   Restricted to individuals or companies with a physical address in Moldova.   No Yes  
.me  Montenegro   Also unofficially used and marketed as a domain hack (for example love.me, meet.me, etc.)   Yes Yes  
.mf  Collectivity of Saint Martin   Not in use        
.mg  Madagascar       No Yes  
.mh  Marshall Islands       No    
.mk  Macedonia Makedonija Restricted to registration with a company in Macedonia   No Yes  
.ml  Mali   Also used as a free domain service to the public.   No Yes  
.mm  Myanmar       Yes No  
.mn  Mongolia   The second-level domains '.gov.mn', '.org.mn', and '.edu.mn' are reserved for special use. See .mn for more information.   Yes Yes  
.mo  Macau Macao Special administrative region of the People's Republic of China. Registrants must have a registered business in Macau, with the same name as the domain they wish to register.[25]   No Yes  
.mp  Northern Mariana Islands Marianas Pacific     No Yes  
.mq  Martinique       No No  
.mr  Mauritania       No Yes  
.ms  Montserrat   Unofficially used for Microsoft-related domains.   No Yes  
.mt  Malta       No No  
.mu  Mauritius       No Yes  
.mv  Maldives       No Yes  
.mw  Malawi       No Yes  
.mx  Mexico       Yes Yes  
.my  Malaysia   Restricted to registration by an individual or company in Malaysia Yes[cctld 15] Yes Yes  
.mz  Mozambique       No No  
.na  Namibia       Yes Yes  
.nc  New Caledonia   Restricted to companies that have a New Caledonian Business Registration Certificate or individuals living in New Caledonia for at least 6 months.   Yes Yes  
.ne  Niger       No Yes  
.nf  Norfolk Island       Yes Yes  
.ng  Nigeria       No Yes  
.ni  Nicaragua       No No  
.nl  Netherlands   First official country code TLD.[26] No Yes Yes  
.no  Norway   Businesses and professionals must be registered as an approved type of organization in the Brønnøysund Register Centre. Individual applicants must be of age (18 years) and be registered in the Folkeregisteret. All applicants must have a Norwegian postal address. Yes Yes Yes  
.np    Nepal   All .np domains are free to register for individuals and registered businesses.   No No  
.nr  Nauru   Also used as a free domain service to the public as co.nr.   No Yes  
.nu  Niue   Commonly used by Danish, Dutch and Swedish websites, because in those languages "nu" means "now". Yes Yes Yes  
.nz  New Zealand     Māori[cctld 16] Yes Yes[27]  
.om  Oman   Registrant must have company or trademark registered in Oman as well as a local administrative contact.   No No  
.pa  Panama       No No  
.pe  Peru     Yes[cctld 17] Yes Yes  
.pf  French Polynesia Polynésie française With Clipperton Island   No Yes  
.pg  Papua New Guinea       No No  
.ph  Philippines       No Yes  
.pk  Pakistan   Operated by PKNIC since 1992   No Yes  
.pl  Poland     Yes[cctld 18] Yes Yes  
.pm  Saint-Pierre and Miquelon   Restricted to individuals and companies in European Union, Switzerland, Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein.[cctld 11] Yes Yes    
.pn  Pitcairn Islands       No Yes  
.pr  Puerto Rico       Yes Yes  
.ps  Palestine[28]   West Bank and Gaza Strip.   No Yes  
.pt  Portugal     Portuguese Yes Yes Yes[29]
.pw  Palau Pelew   Yes Yes Yes Yes[30]
.py  Paraguay       No No  
.qa  Qatar       No No  
.re  Réunion   Restricted to individuals and companies in European Union, Switzerland, Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein.[cctld 11] Yes[cctld 12] Yes Yes  
.ro  Romania     Yes[31] Yes[32] Yes Yes[33]
.rs  Serbia Republika Srbija     No Yes  
.ru  Russia   See also .su, still in use, and .рф, for IDN. No Yes Yes Yes
.rw  Rwanda       No Yes  
.sa  Saudi Arabia   Registrant must have a registered trademark in Saudi Arabia matching the domain name to register or provide company incorporation documents of a company in Saudi Arabia or for personal registrations a copy of valid ID. A letter on the official letterhead of your organization addressed to SaudiNIC requesting the domain name registration is also required. Local administrative contact required. 2LD registrations rolled out in 2011.[34] Arabic[9] No Yes  
.sb  Solomon Islands Solomon Islands, British     Yes No  
.sc  Seychelles       Yes Yes  
.sd  Sudan       No Yes  
.se  Sweden     Yes[cctld 19] Yes Yes  
.sg  Singapore       No Yes  
.sh  Saint Helena     Yes[cctld 20] Yes Yes  
.si  Slovenia     Yes[cctld 21] Yes Yes  
.sj  Svalbard and Jan Mayen Islands   Not in use (Norwegian dependencies; see .no). No Yes[35] No  
.sk  Slovakia   Restricted to Slovak companies, organisations and citizens   No Yes  
.sl  Sierra Leone       No Yes  
.sm  San Marino   Domain name must be same as company name or trademark   No Yes  
.sn  Senegal   Registration allowed for companies only. Individuals are not allowed to register.   No Yes  
.so  Somalia   Relaunched on 1 November 2010 No No Yes  
.sr  Suriname       No Yes  
.ss  South Sudan   Removed from the root DNS zone in April 2013        
.st  São Tomé and Príncipe       No Yes  
.su  Soviet Union   Still in use. Yes[cctld 22] Yes Yes Yes[cctld 23]
.sv  El Salvador       No No  
.sx  Sint Maarten       Yes No  
.sy  Syria       No Yes  
.sz  Swaziland   Registration is restricted to Swaziland organizations with Swaziland Trading Licenses.   No No  
.tc  Turks and Caicos Islands   .TC domains are also marketed in Turkey. The official abbreviation of 'Türkiye Cumhuriyeti' (Republic of Turkey) is TC.   No Yes  
.td  Chad Tchad Chadian (.td) domains are available for registration to entities connected with Chad only.   No Yes  
.tf  French Southern and Antarctic Lands Terres australes et antarctiques françaises Seldom used. Restricted to individuals and companies in European Union, Switzerland, Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein. It has also been adopted by the community of the game Team Fortress 2.[cctld 11] Yes[cctld 12] Yes Yes  
.tg  Togo       No Yes  
.th  Thailand     Yes Yes No  
.tj  Tajikistan       No Yes  
.tk  Tokelau   Also used as a free domain service to the public. Used in the Netherlands because tk ('te koop') means 'for sale' in Dutch.   No Yes  
.tl  East Timor Timor-Leste Old code .tp is deactivated since 2015.   No Yes  
.tm  Turkmenistan     Yes[cctld 24] Yes Yes  
.tn  Tunisia     Yes Yes Yes Yes
.to  Tonga   Often used unofficially for Torrent, Turin, Toronto, Tokyo, or Tocantins Yes No Yes  
.tp  East Timor Timor Português ISO code has changed to TL; .tl is now assigned and .tp is deactivated since 2015.   No Yes  
.tr  Turkey   .nc.tr used by Northern Cyprus Yes[cctld 25] No Yes Yes[36]
.tt  Trinidad and Tobago       Yes Yes  
.tv  Tuvalu   Used as an abbreviation of television, the domain is currently operated by dotTV, a VeriSign company; the Tuvalu government owns twenty percent of the company.   Yes Yes  
.tw  Taiwan   Registration allowed worldwide, local presence not required. In line with ISO 3166-1, IANA's official position is that “TW” is "designated for use to represent "Taiwan."[37] Yes[cctld 26] Yes Yes  
.tz  Tanzania   Must have a presence in Tanzania   Yes No  
.ua  Ukraine Ukraina Ukrainian trademark required   Yes Yes  
.ug  Uganda       Yes Yes  
.uk  United Kingdom   The ISO 3166-1 code for the United Kingdom is GB. UK is a specially reserved ISO 3166-1 code. However, the creation of the .uk TLD predates the ISO 3166-1 list of ccTLD and is the primary TLD for the United Kingdom.[16]   Yes Yes  
.um  United States Minor Outlying Islands   Not in use        
.us  United States of America   Registrants must be United States citizens, residents, or organizations, or a foreign entity with a presence in the United States. Formerly commonly used by U.S. State and local governments, see also .gov TLD   Yes Yes  
.uy  Uruguay   2LD rollout began on 10 July 2012.[38]   Yes Yes  
.uz  Uzbekistan       No Yes  
.va   Vatican City Vaticano Limited to the official sites of the Holy See (including those of the Vatican City State)   No No  
.vc  Saint Vincent and the Grenadines       Partial[21] Yes  
.ve  Venezuela       No No  
.vg  British Virgin Islands       No Yes  
.vi  United States Virgin Islands       No Yes  
.vn  Vietnam Việt nam   Yes[cctld 27] No Yes  
.vu  Vanuatu       Yes Yes  
.wf  Wallis and Futuna   Restricted to individuals and companies in European Union, Switzerland, Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein.[cctld 11] Yes[cctld 12] Yes Yes  
.ws  Samoa Western Samoa Marketed for use in general WebSites Yes Yes[39] Yes  
.ye  Yemen       No No  
.yt  Mayotte   Restricted to individuals and companies in European Union, Switzerland, Norway, Iceland, Great Britain and Liechtenstein.[cctld 11] Yes[cctld 12] Yes Yes  
.za  South Africa Zuid-Afrika     No No  
.zm  Zambia       Yes Yes[cctld 28]  
.zw  Zimbabwe       No No  

 

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