Country: in an Address

Country name used within an address.

Related Elements

The elements used in an address may include the address class elements: <addr-line>, <city>, <country>, <fax>, <institution>, <institution-wrap>, <state>, <phone>, and <postal-code> and the address linking class elements: <email>, <ext-link>, and <uri>.


Content Model

<!ELEMENT  country      (#PCDATA %country-elements;)*                >

Expanded Content Model



Text, numbers, or special characters, zero or more

This element may be contained in:

Example 1

A country with no country code given:
<contrib contrib-type="author">
<given-names>Michael Q.</given-names></name>
<aff id="UWW">
<institution>Department of Pathobiology
University of WallieWash</institution>
<addr-line>Oberlin, Washington 96204</addr-line>
<contrib contrib-type="author">
<given-names>James C.</given-names></name>
<degrees>Ph D</degrees>
<aff id="affKalakukko">Kalakukko Corporation</aff>
<institution>Kalakukko Corporation</institution>
<addr-line>17 West Jefferson St.</addr-line>
<addr-line>Suite 207</addr-line>
<addr-line>New South Finland, MD 20856.</addr-line>
<phone>(301) 754-5766</phone>
<fax>(301) 754-5765</fax>

Example 2

The @country attribute should use a strict vocabulary (such as the ISO 3166-1 Alpha-2 codes), but the element content may be uncontrolled:
<country country="GB">United Kingdom</country>