Internet top-level domains from all countries of the world

Top-Level Domains (TLD) are the extensions that appear at the end of a website’s base url, such as the “.com” at www.google.com. The entity responsible for assigning and managing most of these domains is the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN). This list presents all the domains that have been assigned to each country in the world.

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