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Ermera District

Ermera
District
Ermera
Ermera
Flag of Ermera
Flag
Map of East Timor highlighting Ermera District
Map of East Timor highlighting Ermera District
Coordinates:
Country  East Timor
Capital Gleno
Subdistricts Atsabe, Ermera, Hatulia,
Letefoho, Railaco
Area
 • Total 768 km2 (297 sq mi)
Area rank 10th
Population (2015)
 • Total 127,283
 • Rank 2nd
 • Density 170/km2 (430/sq mi)
 • Density rank 2nd
Households
 • Total 21,165 (as of 2004)
 • Rank 3rd
Time zone UTC+9
ISO 3166 code TL-ER
Hot springs of Marobo

Ermera is one of the districts of East Timor, located in the west-central part of the country. It has a population of 117,064 (Census 2010) and an area of 746 km2. Its capital is Gleno, which is located 30 km to the southwest of the national capital, Dili. The city of Ermera, also known as Vila Ermera, lies 58 km from the capital along the same road. In Marobo (Atsabe Subdistrict) are the remains of a hot springs bath from colonial times. The pool is still in use.[1]

Ermera is one of only two land-locked districts in East Timor, the other being Aileu. It borders Liquiçá District to the north, Dili District to the northeast, Aileu District to the east, Ainaro District to the southeast, and Bobonaro District to the west.

The district was identical to that of the same name in Portuguese Timor.

Subdivisions of Ermera
Cities of Ermera

Subdistricts

Its subdistricts are Atsabe Subdistrict, Ermera Subdistrict, Hatulia Subdistrict, Letefoho Subdistrict and Railaco Subdistrict.

References

  1. ^ Jane's Oceania: Timor - Facts about Timor
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