google logoWhen you are in another country redirects to a local version of google, like for Greece or for Belgium. This means you will also get local search results and the menus might also be in this language. Here is how to avoid being redirected.


Just head to NCR stands for No Country Redirect. Therefore it will take you back to the regular page. Note that it will immediately redirect you to so if you don't see /ncr after you press Enter is normal.

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You can't believe how annoying it has been to always have to head over to language settings for this.. thanks a lot for this tip! I thought no one else could possibly have the same problem as me..
Ancurio , August 24, 2012
when i try some google address i see this erroe message
403. That’s an error.

Your client does not have permission to get URL from this server. (Client IP address:

We're sorry, but this service is not available in your country. That’s all we know.

is any sloution(expect using proxy)?
mehdi , August 24, 2012
Some way good other way not so
Regional specific sites are maintined for immediate response (distributed computing) and faster results. So rooting to source in this case google, may lead to a delayed response some times.
zenwalker , August 24, 2012

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