List of Internet top-level domains

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Here is a list of currently existing Top Level Domains (TLDs).

iTLD Entity Notes
.arpa Address and Routing Parameter Area This is an internet infrastructure TLD.
.root unknown This is in root for unknown purpose, with only one entry (a TXT record).
gTLD Entity Notes
.aero air-transport industry  
.biz business This is an open TLD; any person or entity is permitted to register.
.cat Catalan This is a TLD for websites in the Catalan language or related to Catalan culture.
.com commercial This is an open TLD; any person or entity is permitted to register.
.coop cooperatives  
.edu educational The .edu TLD is limited to institutions of learning (mostly U.S.), such as 2 and 4-year colleges and universities.
.gov U.S. government The .gov TLD is limited to U.S. government entities and agencies
.info information This is an open TLD; any person or entity is permitted to register.
.int international organizations The .int TLD is strictly limited to organizations, offices, and programs which are endorsed by a treaty between two or more nations.
.jobs companies The .jobs TLD is designed to be added after the names of established companies with jobs to advertise. At this time, owners of a "company.jobs" domain are not permitted to post jobs of third party employers.
.mil United States Military The .mil TLD is limited to use by the U.S. military
.mobi mobile devices  
.museum museums  
.name individuals, by name  
.net network This is an open TLD; any person or entity is permitted to register.
.org organization This is an open TLD; any person or entity is permitted to register.
.pro professions Currently, .pro is reserved for licensed doctors, attorneys, and certified public accountants only. A professional seeking to register a .pro domain must provide their registrar with the appropriate credentials.
.travel travel and travel-agency related sites  
There will, during year 2013, be several hundred more similar top-level domains. Many of them will have company or city names.
ccTLD Country/dependency/region Notes
.ac Ascension Island  
.ad Andorra  
.ae United Arab Emirates  
.af Afghanistan  
.ag Antigua and Barbuda  
.ai Anguilla  
.al Albania  
.am Armenia  
.an Netherlands Antilles  
.ao Angola  
.aq Antarctica Defined as per the Antarctic Treaty as everything south of latitude 60°S
.ar Argentina  
.as American Samoa  
.at Austria  
.au Australia Includes Ashmore and Cartier Islands and Coral Sea Islands
.aw Aruba  
.az Azerbaijan  
.ba Bosnia and Herzegovina  
.bb Barbados  
.bd Bangladesh  
.be Belgium  
.bf Burkina Faso  
.bg Bulgaria  
.bh Bahrain  
.bi Burundi  
.bj Benin  
.bm Bermuda  
.bn Brunei Darussalam  
.bo Bolivia  
.br Brazil  
.bs Bahamas  
.bt Bhutan  
.bv Bouvet Island Not in use
.bw Botswana  
.by Belarus  
.bz Belize  
.ca Canada  
.cc Cocos (Keeling) Islands  
.cd Democratic Republic of the Congo Formerly Zaire
.cf Central African Republic  
.cg Republic of the Congo  
.ch Switzerland (Confoederatio Helvetica)  
.ci Côte d'Ivoire  
.ck Cook Islands  
.cl Chile  
.cm Cameroon  
.cn People's Republic of China (mainland only) The special administrative regions of Hong Kong and Macau use separate Internet top-level domains. For the islands under the administration of the Government of the Republic of China (Taiwan), such as Taiwan, Quemoy, Matsu and Penghu, please refer to ".tw" .
.co Colombia  
.cr Costa Rica  
.cu Cuba  
.cv Cape Verde  
.cx Christmas Island  
.cy Cyprus  
.cz Czech Republic  
.de Germany (Deutschland)  
.dj Djibouti  
.dk Denmark  
.dm Dominica  
.do Dominican Republic  
.dz Algeria not available for private use
.ec Ecuador  
.ee Estonia  
.eg Egypt  
.er Eritrea  
.es Spain (España)  
.et Ethiopia  
.eu European Union The TLD .eu is shared between the European Union countries.
.fi Finland  
.fj Fiji  
.fk Falkland Islands  
.fm Federated States of Micronesia  
.fo Faroe Islands  
.fr France  
.ga Gabon  
.gb United Kingdom Seldom used; the primary ccTLD is .uk
.gd Grenada  
.ge Georgia  
.gf French Guiana  
.gg Guernsey  
.gh Ghana  
.gi Gibraltar  
.gl Greenland  
.gm The Gambia  
.gn Guinea  
.gp Guadeloupe  
.gq Equatorial Guinea  
.gr Greece  
.gs South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands  
.gt Guatemala  
.gu Guam  
.gw Guinea-Bissau  
.gy Guyana  
.hk Hong Kong Hong Kong is a special administrative region of the People's Republic of China. It uses a separate internet top-level domain from the rest of China.
.hm Heard Island and McDonald Islands  
.hn Honduras  
.hr Croatia (Hrvatska)  
.ht Haiti  
.hu Hungary  
.id Indonesia  
.ie Ireland  
.il Israel  
.im Isle of Man  
.in India  
.io British Indian Ocean Territory  
.iq Iraq  
.ir Iran  
.is Iceland  
.it Italy Restricted to companies and individuals in the European Union
.je Jersey  
.jm Jamaica  
.jo Jordan  
.jp Japan  
.ke Kenya  
.kg Kyrgyzstan  
.kh Cambodia (Khmer)  
.ki Kiribati  
.km Comoros  
.kn Saint Kitts and Nevis  
.kr South Korea  
.kw Kuwait  
.ky Cayman Islands  
.kz Kazakhstan  
.la Laos  
.lb Lebanon  
.lc Saint Lucia  
.li Liechtenstein  
.lk Sri Lanka  
.lr Liberia  
.ls Lesotho  
.lt Lithuania  
.lu Luxembourg  
.lv Latvia  
.ly Libya  
.ma Morocco  
.mc Monaco  
.md Moldova  
.me Montenegro Montenegro still uses .yu
.mg Madagascar  
.mh Marshall Islands  
.mk Republic of Macedonia  
.ml Mali  
.mm Myanmar  
.mn Mongolia  
.mo Macau Macau is a special administrative region of the People's Republic of China. It uses a separate internet top-level domain from the rest of China.
.mp Northern Mariana Islands  
.mq Martinique  
.mr Mauritania  
.ms Montserrat  
.mt Malta  
.mu Mauritius  
.mv Maldives  
.mW Malawi  
.mx Mexico  
.my Malaysia  
.mz Mozambique  
.na Namibia  
.nc New Caledonia  
.ne Niger  
.nF Norfolk Island  
.ng Nigeria  
.ni Nicaragua  
.nl Netherlands  
.no Norway  
.np Nepal  
.nr Nauru  
.nu Niue  
.nz New Zealand  
.om Oman  
.pa Panama  
.pe Peru  
.pF French Polynesia With Clipperton Island
.pg Papua New Guinea  
.ph Philippines  
.pk Pakistan  
.pl Poland  
.pm Saint-Pierre and Miquelon  
.pn Pitcairn Islands  
.pr Puerto Rico  
.ps Palestinian territories i.e., West Bank and Gaza Strip
.pt Portugal  
.pw Palau  
.py Paraguay  
.qa Qatar  
.re Réunion  
.ro Romania  
.rs Serbia Serbia still uses .yu
.ru Russia  
.rw Rwanda  
.sa Saudi Arabia  
.sb Solomon Islands  
.sc Seychelles  
.sd Sudan  
.se Sweden  
.sg Singapore  
.sh Saint Helena  
.si Slovenia  
.sj Svalbard and Jan Mayen Islands Not in use
.sk Slovakia  
.sl Sierra Leone  
.sm San Marino  
.sn Senegal  
.so Somalia  
.sr Suriname  
.st São Tomé and Príncipe  
.su former Soviet Union Still in use
.sv El Salvador  
.sy Syria  
.sz Swaziland  
.tc Turks and Caicos Islands  
.td Chad  
.tf French Southern and Antarctic Lands  
.tg Togo  
.th Thailand  
.tj Tajikistan  
.tk Tokelau also used as a free domain service to the public 
.tl Timor-Leste Old code .tp is still in use
.tm Turkmenistan  
.tn Tunisia  
.to Tonga  
.tp East Timor ISO code has changed to TL; .tl is now assigned but .tp is still in use
.tr Turkey  
.tt Trinidad and Tobago  
.tv Tuvalu also sold as advertising domains  
.tw Republic of China (Taiwan area only) This is only used in the area under the effective control of the Government of the Republic of China on Taiwan, such as the islands of Taiwan, Quemoy, Matsu and Penghu.
.tz Tanzania  
.ua Ukraine  
.ug Uganda  
.uk United Kingdom  
.um United States Minor Outlying Islands  
.us United States of America  
.uy Uruguay  
.uz Uzbekistan  
.va Vatican City State  
.vc Saint Vincent and the Grenadines  
.ve Venezuela  
.vg British Virgin Islands  
.vi U.S. Virgin Islands  
.vn Vietnam  
.vu Vanuatu  
.wf Wallis and Futuna  
.ws Samoa Formerly Western Samoa
.ye Yemen  
.yt Mayotte  
.yu Yugoslavia .yu was first given to Yugoslavia. In 2003, Yugoslavia became the union of Serbia and Montenegro. Serbia and Montenegro was given .cs, but they never used it. In 2006, the union ended. Now, both Montenegro and Serbia still use .yu.
.za South Africa (Zuid Afrika)  
.zm Zambia  
.zw Zimbabwe  
There are more than 20 other top-level domains (for countries), which are written with other alphabets, such as for example Russian, Arabic or Chinese text.

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