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Unlike other Amazon services, CloudFront doesn't have multiple endpoints based on the regions in which the service operates; for example, Singapore, EU/Dublin, US/East, and so on. This is because CloudFront distributions aren't regional resources like Amazon S3 buckets and Amazon EC2 instances. Instead, CloudFront can serve content from one of its many edge locations. This means that CloudFront distributions have a single endpoint: the location of the origin server for a specific distribution.
As a result, when you make a REST request you use the following format, where <distribution> is the distribution that you are asking to take action on in your request.