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Atlas of East Timor

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East Timor

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Timór Lorosa'e
Timor-Leste

Tetum Timór Lorosa'e - Repúblika Demokrátika Timor Lorosa'e

Repúblika Demokrátika Timor Lorosa'e ne'e hanesan nasaun ida nebe moris ikus liu iha mundo rai klaran, tur iha fatin sorin Timur iha Rain Timór, iha sorin ida hetan rai Timór nian rohan hanesan Oe-Kusi, iha fali lolon sorin nian kotuk mak Ataúru, nune'e mos iha rain ki'ik oan balu nebe tur iha lolon sorin Timur nian nebaa. Rai Timór iha fronteira ho rai seluk mesak ida deit, mak rai Indonézia nian sorin nebee tutan malu ho iha sorin loro-monu nebe fahe malu ho sorin loro-sa'e, iha mos rai sorin nebe tutan malu ho Oe-Kusi. Maibe iha mos fonteira iha tasi nebe ketak malu ho Austrália, Tasi Timór iha kanosan sorin. Dili mak sidade boot liuhotu no kota inan ba Timór.

Português Timor-Leste - República Democrática de Timor-Leste

A República Democrática de Timor-Leste é um dos países mais jovens do planeta Terra que ocupa a parte oriental da ilha de Timor, no extremo sudeste da Ásia, a ilha de Ataúro, a norte, e o ilhéu de Jaco, ao largo da ponta leste da ilha, para além do enclave de Oecusse, na costa norte da banda ocidental da ilha de Timor. As únicas fronteiras terrestres do país são com a Indonésia, a oeste da porção principal do território, e a leste, sul e oeste de Oecussi. Timor-Leste tem também fronteira marítima com a Austrália, no Mar de Timor, a sul. A cidade de Díli, a capital, localiza-se na costa norte.

Deutsch Osttimor - Demokratische Republik Osttimor

Die Demokratische Republik Timor-Leste ist ein Land in Südostasien, das aus dem Osten der Insel Timor, der Exklave Oecusse im Nordwesten Timors und den kleinen Inseln Arauro und Jaco besteht. Osttimor hat eine gemeinsame Landgrenze mit Indonesien, zu dem auch die benachbarten Inseln gehören, südlich liegt Australien. Osttimor hat eine Fläche von 14.954,44 km² und 1.066.409 Einwohner (Zensus 2010)

English East Timor - Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste

The Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste[1], is a country in Southeast Asia comprising the eastern half of the island of Timor, the nearby islands of Atauro and Jaco, and Oecusse, an exclave on the northwestern side of the island, within ► Indonesian West Timor. The small country of 5,376 square miles (14,609 square kilometres) is located about 400 miles (640 km) northwest of Darwin, ► Australia.


Short name  East Timor
Official  name Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste
Status Independent country since 2002
Location South East Asia
Capital Dili
Population 1,066,409 inhabitants
Area 14,954.44 km²
Major  languages Tetum, Portuguese (both official), 15 further national languages recognized by constitution
Major  religions Roman Catholicism
More information East Timor, Geography of East Timor, History of East Timor and Politics of East Timor
More  images East Timor - East Timor (Category).

General maps

East Timor on the globe (Southeast Asia centered).svg East Timor at the globe
Osttimor-Pos.png East Timor in Asia
Malayarch.jpg East Timor in the Malay Archipelago
Osttimor.png Map of East Timor
CIA-TimorLeste.jpg Map of East Timor
Timor oriental carte.png Map of Timor
East Timor map mhn.jpg Map of Timor
Timor.png Map of Timor
Administrative map of East Timor.jpg Administrative map of East Timor
East Timor district names.png Districts of East Timor
East Timor location map.svg Subdistricts of East Timor
Sucos Osttimors.png Sucos of East Timor (Timor-Leste)
East Timor-regions.png Cultural Regions of East Timor
Sprachen Osttimors-en.png Languages of East Timor
Bistümer Osttimors.png Catholic dioceses of East Timor
Timor Kaffee.png Coffee production in East Timor
Timor Kokos.png Coconut production in East Timor
Timor Mais.png Maize production in East Timor
Timor Maniok.png Cavasa production in East Timor
Timor Reis.png Rice production in East Timor
Timor Important Bird Area.png Important Bird Areas in East Timor
TIM freedom of speech.png Freedom of speech in East Timor, 2008

Maps of divisions

This section holds maps of the administrative divisions.

East Timor Aileu locator map.svg District of Aileu
Sucos Aileu.png District of Aileu
East Timor Ainaro locator map.svg District of Ainaro
Sucos Ainaro.png District of Ainaro
Ainaro cities rivers.png District of Ainaro
Subdistrikt Ainaro Suco.png Subdistrict of Ainaro
Subdistrikt Hatu Builico Suco.png Subdistrict of Hatu Builico
Subdistrikt Hato-Udo Suco.png Subdistrict of Hatu Udo
Subdistrikt Maubisse Suco.png Subdistrict of Maubisse
East Timor Baucau locator map.svg District of Baucau
Sucos Baucau.png District of Baucau
East Timor Bobonaro locator map.svg District of Bobonaro
Sucos Bobonaro.png District of Bobonaro
Bobonaro cities rivers.png District of Bobonaro
Atabae Subdistrikt.png Subdistrict of Atabae
Balibo Subdistrikt Suco.png Subdistrict of Balibo
Bobonaro Subdistrikt.png Subdistrict of Bobonaro
Cailaco Subdistrikt.png Subdistrict of Cailaco
Lolotoe Subdistrikt.png Subdistrict of Lolotoe
Maliana Subdistrikt.png Subdistrict of Maliana
East Timor Cova Lima locator map.svg District of Cova Lima
Sucos Cova Lima.png District of Cova Lima
Cova Lima cities rivers.png District of Cova Lima
Fatululic Subdistrikt.png Subdistrict of Fatululic
Fatumean Subdistrikt.png Subdistrict of Fatumean
Fohorem Subdistrikt.png Subdistrict of Fohorem
Maucatar Subdistrikt.png Subdistrict of Maucatar
Suai Subdistrict.png Subdistrict of Suai
Tilomar Subdistrikt.png Subdistrict of Tilomar
Zumalai Subdistrikt.png Subdistrict of Zumalai
East Timor Dili locator map.svg District of Dili
Sucos Dili.png District of Dili
Atauro Subdistrikt.png Subdistrict of Atauro
Cristo Rei Subdistrikt.png Subdistrict of Cristo Rei
Dom Aleixo Subdistrikt.png Subdistrict of Dom Aleixo
Metinaro Subdistrikt.png Subdistrict of Metinaro
Nain Feto Subdistrikt.png Subdistrict of Nain Feto
Vera Cruz Subdistrikt.png Subdistrict of Vera Cruz
Timor oriental dili.svg City of Dili
East Timor Ermera locator map.svg District of Ermera
Sucos Ermera.png District of Ermera
East Timor Lautém locator map.svg District of Lautém
Sucos Lautem.png District of Lautém
Lautem cities rivers.png District of Lautém
Iliomar Subdistrikt.png Subdistrict of Iliomar
Subdistrikt Lautem Suco.png Subdistrict of Lautém
Lospalos Subdistrikt.png Subdistrict of Lospalos
Luro Subdistrikt neu.png Subdistrict of Luro
Tutuala Subdistrikt.png Subdistrict of Tutuala
East Timor Liquiçá locator map.svg District of Liquiçá
Sucos Liquica.png District of Liquiçá
East Timor Manatuto locator map.svg District of Manatuto
Sucos Manatuto.png District of Manatuto
East Timor Manufahi locator map.svg District of Manufahi
Sucos Manufahi.png District of Manufahi
East Timor Oecussi-Ambeno locator map.svg District of Oecusse
Sucos Oecussi.png District of Oecusse
Oecusse cities rivers.png District of Oecusse
Subdistrikt Nitibe Suco.png Subdistrict of Nitibe
Subdistrikt Oesilo Suco.png Subdistrict of Oesilio
Subdistrikt Pante Macassar Suco.png Subdistrict of Pante Macassar
Subdistrikt Passabe Suco.png Subdistrict of Passabe
East Timor Viqueque locator map.svg District of Viqueque
Sucos Viqueque.png District of Viqueque
Viqueque cities rivers.png District of Viqueque
Uatucarbau Suubdistrikt.png Subdistrict of Uatucarbau

History in maps

This section holds a short summary of the history[2], illustrated with maps.

Timor revolution1.png Rebellions in Portuguese Timor 1860 to 1893
Timor revolution2.png Rebellions in Portuguese Timor 1894 to 1910
Timor revolution3.png Rebellion of Manufahi 1911 to 1912
Osttimor 1942-43.png Japanese invasion in Portuguese Timor 1942/43
Timor - Indonesian Invasion.png Indonesian invasion in East Timor 1975 to 1979
TL Widerstandssektoren 1975-1999.png Resistance sectors in East timor 1975 to 1999
East Timor districts named.png Districts of East Timor (Borders before 2003)
2006 East Timor IDP.png Internal Displaced Persons 2006 in East Timor
Dili Hot Spot.png Hot Spots of unrests in Dili 2006
Population Displacements 2007 East Timor.png Population displacement in Baucau and Viqueque 2007

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  1. This name is officially used in English too.
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