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Districts of East Timor

 

Districts of East Timor

This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Timor Leste

East Timor is divided into thirteen administrative districts.[1] The districts are divided into subdistricts, and further subdivided into sucos.

District Capital Largest City Area (km2) Households Population (2004 Census) Population (2010 census) Population (2015 census) Population density (2004)
(/km2)
1 Lautém Lospalos 1,813 12,998 55,921 60,218 64,135 32.9
2 Baucau Baucau 1,506 22,659 100,326 111,484 124,061 67.2
3 Viqueque Viqueque 1,877 15,115 65,245 70,177 77,402 36.6
4 Manatuto Manatuto 1,782 8,338 36,719 43,246 45,541 21.5
5 Dili Dili 367 31,575 173,541 234,331 252,884 466.5
6 Aileu Aileu 737 7,745 37,926 45,512 48,554 52.0
7 Manufahi Same 1,323 8,901 44,950 48,894 52,246 33.9
8 Liquiçá Liquiçá 549 11,063 54,834 63,329 73,027 101.0
9 Ermera Gleno 768 21,165 103,199 114,635 127,283 138.3
10 Ainaro Ainaro 804 11,527 52,476 59,382 66,397 65.8
11 Bobonaro Maliana 1,376 18,397 83,034 89,787 98,932 60.7
12 Cova Lima Suai 1,203 11,820 52,818 60,063 64,550 43.1
13 Oecusse Pante Macassar 814 13,659 57,469 67,736 72,230 65.5
A clickable map of East Timor exhibiting its 13 administrative districts.

The borders between Cova-Lima and Ainaro and between Baucau and Viqueque were changed in 2003.

Allocation of land area and population in percent (2010)

See also

References

  1. ^ Data from 2004 census and official 2008 estimates from the Direcção Nacional de Estatística, Timor-Leste: District Priority Tables. Retrieved on 28 January 2008
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