Country code top-level domain

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A country code top-level domain (ccTLD) is an Internet top-level domain generally used or reserved for a country (a sovereign state or a dependent territory).

List of ccTLDs[change | edit source]

World Map with all ccTLDs.

* Only for legal registered domains

A[change | edit source]

B[change | edit source]

C[change | edit source]

D[change | edit source]

E[change | edit source]

F[change | edit source]

G[change | edit source]

H[change | edit source]

I[change | edit source]

J[change | edit source]

K[change | edit source]

L[change | edit source]

M[change | edit source]

N[change | edit source]

O[change | edit source]

P[change | edit source]

Q[change | edit source]

R[change | edit source]

S[change | edit source]

T[change | edit source]

U[change | edit source]

V[change | edit source]

W[change | edit source]

Y[change | edit source]

Z[change | edit source]