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Quiz: Can you Recognise these Internet Country Codes?

Every internet address contains a TLD (Top-Level Domain) which can indicate what country it is registered in. It is the part consisting of two or three letters, between the last-preceding dot (.) and the first slash (/) . For example, in the address www.amazon.co.uk/ .uk is the TLD, which is also a country code. While some TLDs are international (such as .com in www.virily.com/, and .org in www.wikipedia.org/), the majority are country-specific. See how many of these country codes you recognise—or take a good guess! Let us know how you get on, and don’t forget to upvote if you enjoy 🙂

  • Question of

    .uk

    • United Kingdom
    • Ukraine
    • Uzbekistan
  • Question of

    .au

    • Austria
    • Australia
    • Aruba
  • Question of

    .ca

    • Cameroon
    • Cayman Islands
    • Canada
  • Question of

    .co

    • Congo
    • Colombia
    • Costa Rica
  • Question of

    .dz

    • Djibouti
    • Czech Republic
    • Algeria
  • Question of

    .de

    • Denmark
    • Ecuador
    • Germany
  • Question of

    .ee

    • Estonia
    • Ethiopia
    • El Salvador
  • Question of

    .id

    • Ireland
    • India
    • Indonesia
  • Question of

    .il

    • Iceland
    • Italy
    • Israel
  • Question of

    .mk

    • Madagascar
    • Macedonia
    • Mexico
  • Question of

    .ma

    • Malawi
    • Mali
    • Morocco
  • Question of

    .ps

    • Pakistan
    • Palestinian Territories
    • Philippines
  • Question of

    .rs

    • Russia
    • Saudi Arabia
    • Serbia
  • Question of

    .za

    • South Africa
    • Zambia
    • Zimbabwe
  • Question of

    .us

    • United Arab Emirates
    • Uganda
    • United States of America

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