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Introduced  1987
Registry  NIC Argentina
Status  Active
TLD type  Country code top-level domain
Sponsor  Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Worship
Intended use  Entities connected with  Argentina

.ar is the Internet country code top-level domain (ccTLD) for Argentina. It is administered by NIC Argentina. Registering a .AR domain directly is not allowed, only the 8 second-level domains below are open to everyone, although a local presence in Argentina is required.


Second level domains

As of January 2017 there are currently 9 second-level domains.

  • COM.AR - Companies and individuals resident in Argentina
  • EDU.AR - Educational institutions
  • GOB.AR, GOV.AR - Local and national government
  • INT.AR - International entities and representatives of foreign international organisations in Argentina
  • MIL.AR - Military
  • NET.AR - Providers of internet services licensed by the Comisión Nacional de Comunicaciones
  • ORG.AR - Not for profit only
  • TUR.AR - Tourism and travel companies licensed by the Ministerio de Turismo de la Nación
  • MUSICA.AR - Any member of listed in the National Registry of Musicians and National Musical Groups
  • Special characters

    In November 2008, a resolution approved the use of special characters in domain names, including ñ, ç, á, é, í ó, ú, ä, ë, ï, ö, and ü. The domain was also approved for government entities (.gob stands for "gobierno", government in Spanish).


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