The world shortest national anthem lyrics, which became an official national song 10 years ago and still provoking public controversy, seems to be taken as a Germany domain (.de) by someone with using the maximum allowed number of letters (63, according to RFC 1034).
As you see, to make the lyrics properly end, it needs to be on “.de” top level domain.
Whether the dash in the middle is really required or not has room for argument, but the government website has the same Roman alphabet notation.
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