Countries and Their Domain Extensions starting with letters S-Z.
Not all domains end in .com, .org, or .edu. Different countries use different suffixes, usually two letters. If you encounter a Web site with a unique two-letter domain extension starting anywhere between S - Z, look here for its country equivalent.
Ever see a Web address that doesn't end in .com, .org, or .edu? Most likely, the Web site is hosted on a server in another country, or, the origin of business is in another country. Here's a list of different country domain extensions and their corresponding countries sorted alphabetically according to the file extension.
|sj||Svalbard and Jan Mayen Islands|
|st||Sao Tome and Principe|
|tc||Turks and Caicos Islands|
|tf||French Southern Territories|
|tt||Trinidad and Tobago|
|um||US Minor Outlying Islands|
|va||Vatican City State|
|vc||Saint Vincent and the Grenadines|
|vg||Virgin Islands (British)|
|vi||Virgin Islands (US)|
|wf||Wallis and Futuna Islands|
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