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African Domains: Mayotte (.yt)


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.yt is the Internet country code top-level domain (ccTLD) for Mayotte. It is delegated to the registry for France, and the official registry Web address, redirects to the French registry site, AFNIC, but registrations are currently suspended.

Background Information :


July 2007 census 186,452 (179th) - Density 499/km2 (~11th) 1,291/sq mi


(PPP) 2003 estimate - Total $466.8 million (208th) - Per capita $2,600 (2003 est.) (129th)

National Anthem

La Marseillaise


Total 374 km2 (~185th) 144 sq mi - Water (%) 0.4

International Dialling Code



Euro (€)

Population type

92.3% Comorian (Bantu, Arab, Malagasy), 3.2% Swahili, 1.8% French, 1% Makua, 1.7% other


overseas collectivity of France - President of France Nicolas Sarkozy - President of the General Council Ahmed Attoumani Douchina - Prefect Denis Robin Independenceoverseas collectivity of France - Voted to remain a territory of France 1974




: Libert»®, »Žgalit»®, Fraternit»® "Liberty, Equality, Fraternity"

Time Zone

(UTC+3) Mayotte (French: Mayotte, pronounced [majÐöt]; Shimaore: Maore, [maore]; Kibushi: Mahori), officially the Departmental Collectivity of Mayotte (French: CollectivitȨ dȨpartementale de Mayotte), is an overseas collectivity of France consisting of a main island, Grande-Terre (or MahorȨ), a smaller island, Petite-Terre (or Pamanzi), and several islets around these two.

Mayotte is located at the northern end of the Mozambique Channel in the Indian Ocean, between northern Madagascar and northern Mozambique. The territory is geographically part of the Comoro Islands, but has been politically separate since the 1970s. The territory is also known as MahorȨ, the native name of its main island, especially by advocates of its inclusion in the Union of Comoros.

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