Dili

Dili

small and underdeveloped capital of the young nation of Timor Leste

Location: 

Díli, Timor-Leste

Duration: 

Saturday, June 17, 2017

Personal highlights

  1. Dili: small capital of the young nation of Timor Leste
  2. Timor Leste: guerrilla war against Indonesiainfo-icon 1975 till 99
  3. Francisco Xavier do Amaral: first president of the nation
  4. History: firstly settled in 15th century by the Portuguese
  5. Journey: exploring the city on food and on a moped

Image sources

  1. President Francisco Xavier do Amaral
  2. Moped driver at the presidential palace
  3. Children playing at the beach
  4. View over Dili from the hills
  5. Buying fresh banana at the market

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