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This is a list of all the top-level domain extensions that are country-based. This is provided here simply as a reference. If you’d like to register one of these domains, please contact us here and we can do it for you manually. 

You can see the complete list of non-country TLDs here.

Source: Wikipedia

.ac Ascension Island Commonly used for academic websites, such as universities. However, .ac is not to be confused with the official academic domains used by several countries such as the United Kingdom (.ac.uk), India (.ac.in) or Indonesia (.ac.id). Also used in the accounting, consulting, and air-conditioning industries.
.ad Andorra Local trademark, trade name or citizenship required
.ae United Arab Emirates  
.af Afghanistan  
.ag Antigua and Barbuda Also unofficially used by German businesses (where AG is an abbreviation of Aktiengesellschaft)
.ai Anguilla Also unofficially used by tech companies specializing in AI (Artificial Intelligence)
.al Albania Citizenship no longer required
.am Armenia Also unofficially used by AM radio stations, podcasts or related business
.ao Angola  
.aq AntarcticaAntarctiqueDefined 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.
.ar Argentina  
.as American Samoa (United States) In some countries, like Norway and Denmark, “AS” or “A/S” is used as an abbreviation for stock-based or limited companies. Such companies will often make use of the domain. Also unofficially used by the Principality of Asturias, Spain.
.at Austria  
.au Australia Restrictions apply. In general, registrants must be Australian, and can be registered anywhere between 1 and 5 years.[8] Includes Ashmore and Cartier Islands and Coral Sea Islands.
.aw Aruba (Kingdom of the Netherlands)Aruba, West IndiesRestricted to registered Aruban companies, organisations and citizens
.ax Åland (Finland).al, .an, .ad already allocated 
.az Azerbaijan  
.ba Bosnia and Herzegovina  
.bb Barbados  
.bd Bangladesh  
.be Belgium Also unofficially used in the Canton of BernSwitzerland
.bf Burkina Faso  
.bg Bulgaria See also .бг (.bg in cyrillic) for IDN ccTLD
.bh Bahrain  
.bi Burundi  
.bj Benin  
.bm Bermuda Local corporate registration required
.bn Brunei  
.bo Bolivia  
.br Brazil Restricted. Registration is done under several categories (i.e.: .edu.br for higher education institutions, .gov.br for government agencies, etc.)[11]
.bs Bahamas  
.bt Bhutan  
.bw Botswana  
.by BelarusByelarusAlso unofficially used to denote Bayern (Bavaria), Germany
.bz Belize Also unofficially used in the province of Bozen (or South Tyrol, see .st)
.ca Canada Subject to Canadian Presence Requirements.
.cc Cocos (Keeling) Islands (Australia) 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.
.cd Democratic RepublicThe Congo 
.cfCentral African Republic Also used as a free domain service to the public.
.cg Republic of the Congo  
.ch SwitzerlandConfoederatio Helvetica 
.ci Ivory CoastCôte d’Ivoire 
.ck Cook Islands  
.cl Chile  
.cm Cameroon A local entity/company in Cameroon is required to register a domain name.
.cnChinaChinaA 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 KongMacau and also maintain TLDs.
.co Colombia Marketed as a global domain – recognized as a gccTLD by Google. Anyone can register.
.cr Costa Rica  
.cu Cuba  
.cv Cape Verde  
.cw CuraçaoCuraçao, West Indies 
.cx Christmas IslandChristmas Xmas 
.cy Cyprus  
.cz Czech Republic  
.de GermanyDeutschlandGerman postal address for administrative contact (admin-c) required. Proxy registrations are allowed.
.dj Djibouti Unofficially used by Disc Jockeys
.dk Denmark  
.dm Dominica  
.do Dominican Republic  
.dz AlgeriaEl Djazair 
.ec Ecuador In Japan, “EC” is used as an acronym for “electronic commerce“. Because of that, it’s used unofficially by companies dedicated to provide online stores like BASE, a company that has two domains related to e-commerce: “base.in” and “official.ec”.[14]
.ee EstoniaEesti 
.eg Egypt  
.es SpainEspaña 
.et Ethiopia  
.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.
.fi Finland Registration allowed worldwide, local presence not required.
.fj Fiji  
.fk Falkland Islands  
.fm Federated States of Micronesia Also unofficially used by FM radio stations, podcasts or related business.
.fo Faroe Islandsroyar 
.fr France Restricted to individuals and companies in European Union, Switzerland, Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein.[cctld 12]
.ga Gabon Also used as a free domain service to the public.
.gd Grenada  
.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)[16]
.gf French GuianaGuyane Française 
.gg GuernseyGuernsey / GuerneseyCommonly used in reference to the gamer slang for “good game”.
.gh Ghana  
.gi Gibraltar  
.gl Greenland  Previously also unofficially used in Galicia, Spain, but now .gal has been approved for such use and was implemented in mid-2014
.gm The Gambia Domain name should match the domain owners name or trademarks. Common nouns are blocked.
.gn Guinea A local contact is required
.gp Guadeloupe (France) Still used for Saint-Barthélemy and Saint-Martin
.gq Equatorial GuineaGuinée équatorialeAlso used as a free domain service to the public.
.gr Greece  
.gs South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands  
.gt Guatemala  
.gu Guam (United States)Based on Guam’s postal abbreviation.Registry has been closed since 2017.
.gw Guinea-BissauGuinea, West Africa 
.gy Guyana  
.hk Hong Kong Special administrative region of the People’s Republic of China.
.hm Heard & McDoanld Islands  
.hn Honduras  
.hr CroatiaHrvatska 
.ht Haiti  
.hu Hungary Citizens of the European Union or entities established by law within the territory of the EU
.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.[17]
.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).[18][19]
.il Israel  
.im Isle of Man  
.in India Under INRegistry since April 2005 (except: gov.in, nic.in, mil.in, ac.in, edu.in, res.in).
.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.
.iq Iraq  
.ir Iran  
.is IcelandÍsland 
.it Italy Restricted to companies and individuals in the European Union.
.je Jersey (UK)  
.jm Jamaica  
.jo Jordan  
.jp Japan Restricted to individuals or companies with a physical address in Japan.
.ke Kenya  
.kg Kyrgyzstan  
.kh CambodiaKhmer 
.ki Kiribati  
.km ComorosKomori 
.kn Saint Kitts and Nevis  
.kp North KoreaKorea Democratic People’s RepublicRestricted to companies, organizations, or government entities based in North Korea. Despite this, few domains are actually registered because of internet censorship in North Korea.
.kr South KoreaKorea Republic 
.kw Kuwait  
.ky Cayman Islands  
.kz Kazakhstan  
.la Laos Currently being marketed as the unofficial domain for Los Angeles[23]
.lb Lebanon Restricted to registration with a company in Lebanon
.lc Saint Lucia  
.li Liechtenstein Also unofficially used by entities on Long IslandNew York or people with the last name Li
.lk Sri LankaLanka 
.lr Liberia  
.ls Lesotho  
.lt Lithuania  
.lu Luxembourg  
.lv Latvia  
.ly Libya  
.ma MoroccoMaroc 
.mc Monaco Only for companies with a trademark registered in Monaco
.md Moldova Restricted to individuals or companies with a physical address in Moldova.
.me Montenegro Also unofficially used and marketed as a domain hack (for example love.memeet.me, etc.)
.mg Madagascar  
.mh Marshall Islands  
.mk North MacedoniaMakedonijaRestricted to registration with a company in North Macedonia
.ml Mali Also used as a free domain service to the public.
.mm Myanmar  
.mn Mongolia The second-level domains ‘.gov.mn’, ‘.org.mn’, and ‘.edu.mn’ are reserved for special use. See .mn for more information.
.mo MacauMacaoSpecial 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.
.mp Mariana Islands (US)Marianas Pacific 
.mq Martinique  
.mr Mauritania  
.ms Montserrat Unofficially used for Microsoft-related domains.
.mt Malta  
.mu Mauritius  
.mv Maldives  
.mw Malawi  
.mx Mexico  
.my Malaysia Restricted to registration by an individual or company in Malaysia
.mz Mozambique  
.na Namibia  
.ncNew Calendonia Restricted to companies that have a New Caledonian Business Registration Certificate or individuals living in New Caledonia for at least 6 months.
.ne Niger  
.nf Norfolk Island  
.ng Nigeria  
.ni Nicaragua  
.nl Netherlands First official country code TLD.[24]
.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.
.np   Nepal All .np domains are free to register for individuals and registered businesses. Foreign businesses must provide proof of local presence in Nepal.
.nr Nauru Was previously used as a free domain service to the public as co.nr.[25]
.nu Niue Commonly used by Danish, Dutch and Swedish websites, because in those languages “nu” means “now”.
.nz New Zealand  
.om Oman Registrant must have company or trademark registered in Oman as well as a local administrative contact.
.pa Panama  
.pe Peru  
.pf French Polynesia (France)Polynésie françaiseWith Clipperton Island
.pg Papua New Guinea  
.ph Philippines  
.pk Pakistan Operated by PKNIC since 1992
.pl Poland  
.pm Saint-Pierre & Miquelon Restricted to individuals and companies in European Union, Switzerland, Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein.[cctld 12]
.pn Pitcairn Islands  
.pr Puerto Rico  
.psPalestine West Bank and Gaza Strip.
.pt Portugal  
.pw PalauPelew 
.py Paraguay  
.qa Qatar  
.re Réunion (France) Restricted to individuals and companies in European Union, Switzerland, Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein.[cctld 12]
.ro Romania  
.rs SerbiaRepublika Srbija 
.ru Russia See also .su, still in use, and .рф, for IDN.
.rw Rwanda  
.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.[33]
.sb Solomon IslandsSolomon Islands, British 
.sc Seychelles  
.sd Sudan  
.se SwedenS/E are the only letters occurring in both Sverige and Sweden 
.sg Singapore  
.sh Saint Helena  
.si Slovenia  
.sk Slovakia Restricted to Slovak companies, organisations and citizens
.sl Sierra Leone  
.sm San Marino Domain name must be same as company name or trademark
.sn Senegal Registration allowed for companies only. Individuals are not allowed to register.
.so Somalia Relaunched on 1 November 2010
.sr Suriname  
.ss South Sudan Added to the DNS root zone in February 2019. Registry is not yet available.
.st São Tomé and Príncipe Also unofficially used in South Tyrol (or province of Bozen, see .bz)
.su Soviet Union Still in use.
.sv El Salvador  
.sx Sint Maarten.si, .sm, and .ms already allocated. 
.sy Syria  
.sz EswatiniSwazilandRegistration is restricted to Eswatini organizations with Eswatini Trading Licenses.
.tc Turks and Caicos Islands .TC domains are also marketed in Turkey. The official abbreviation of ‘Türkiye Cumhuriyeti’ (Republic of Turkey) is TC.
.td ChadTchadChadian (.td) domains are available for registration to entities connected with Chad only.
.tf French Southern and Antarctic LandsTerres australes et antarctiques françaisesSeldom used. Restricted to individuals and companies in European Union, Switzerland, Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein. Domains must be longer than two characters. It has also been adopted by the community of the game Team Fortress 2.[cctld 12]
.tg Togo  
.th Thailand  
.tj Tajikistan  
.tk Tokelau Also used as a free domain service to the public.
.tl East TimorTimor-LesteOld code .tp is deactivated since 2015.
.tm Turkmenistan  
.tn Tunisia  
.to Tonga Often used unofficially for TorrentTurinTorontoTokyo, or Tocantins
.tr Turkey .nc.tr used by Northern Cyprus
.tt Trinidad and Tobago  
.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.
.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]
.tz Tanzania Must have a presence in Tanzania
.ua UkraineUkrainaUkrainian trademark required
.ug Uganda  
.uk United Kingdom The ISO 3166-1 code for the United Kingdom is GBUK 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.[38]
.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
.uy Uruguay 2LD rollout began on 10 July 2012.[39]
.uz Uzbekistan  
.va  Vatican City Limited to the official sites of the Holy See (including those of the Vatican City State)
.vc Saint Vincent and the Grenadines  
.ve Venezuela Registration is at the third level.
.vg British Virgin Islands  
.vi United States Virgin Islands (United States)  
.vn Vietnam  
.vu Vanuatu  
.wf Wallis and Futuna Restricted to individuals and companies in European UnionSwitzerlandNorwayIceland and Liechtenstein.[cctld 12]
.ws SamoaWestern SamoaMarketed for use in general Websites
.ye Yemen  
.yt Mayotte Restricted to individuals and companies in European UnionSwitzerlandNorwayIceland and Liechtenstein.[cctld 12]
.za South AfricaZuid-Afrika 
.zm Zambia  
.zw Zimbabwe  

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