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Independence / Republic Days
Independence from Portugal, Indonesia
- Established 1702
- Declared November 28, 1975
- Restored May 20, 2002

Capital
Dili

Current Time in Dili (Timor Leste)

Calling code
+670

Currency
US$³ (USD)

Geographic Coordinates
8°34'S 125°34'E

Official languages
Tetum and Portuguese

Timor - Leste Flag Description
Red, with a black isosceles triangle (based on the hoist side) superimposed on a slightly longer yellow arrowhead that extends to the center of the flag; a white star - pointing to the upper hoist-side corner of the flag - is in the center of the black triangle; yellow denotes the colonialism in Timor-Leste's past; black represents the obscurantism that needs to be overcome; red stands for the national liberation struggle; the white star symbolizes peace and serves as a guiding light

Timor - Leste : National Anthem
Fatherland

Fatherland, fatherland, East Timor our Nation
Glory to the people and to the heroes of our liberation
Fatherland, fatherland, East Timor our Nation
Glory to the people and to the heroes of our liberation
We vanquish colonialism, we cry:
Down with imperialism!
Free land, free people,
No, no to exploitation.
Let us go forward, united, firm and determined
In the struggle against imperialism,
The enemy of people, until final victory,
Onward to revolution.
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