Country Code top-level domains of the World

A country code top-level domain (ccTLD) is an Internet top-level domain which is generally reserved for a particular country to use in a way that serves their community. You can recognize all country domains by the two letters long extension, so if you see a two letter top level domain you can be sure it's a Country Domain. Nearly every country in the world has a corresponding ccTLD. By registering a ccTLD, you show your audience where the website is based and who it targets. Please note that most ccTLDs limit registration to individuals and companies located in their country. There are only a few countries around the globe that allow anyone to register a domain. You can search all ccTLDs by region here as well as find out more information about your specific country and its domain policy.



Central America



North America


South America

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