.br is the country code top-level domain name (ccTLD) assigned to Brazil.
The Brazilian Internet Steering Committee (CGI.br) is the registry manager of the .br ccTLD. Companies and individuals in Brazil can register a .br domain name.
You can register a .br domain name directly under the TLD or second-level extensions such as .com.br, .edu.br, .org.br and .blog.br. .br has more than 100 second-level extensions.
Registrations with Portuguese characters (IDNs) are allowed under .br domain names.
.BR domain extension ranks #18 among all domain extensions, and #11 among all country-code extensions (ccTLDs). Currently, there are 2.5 Million registered .br domain names. NIC.br is the registry of .br extension.
The oldest (still exists) .br domain name is fapesp.br, and it was registered on 18 April 1989.
The most popular .br domain name is google.com.br. Its worldwide rank is 71.
.BR domains are most popular in Brazil.