East Timor's national flag, usually known as Timor-Leste, is red with a black isosceles triangle on the hoist side and a bigger yellow triangle extending from the hoist side to the center of the flag. In the center of the black triangle is a white five-pointed star. When East Timor declared independence from Indonesia on May 20, 2002, this flag was officially adopted.
The flag's meaning is steeped in the country's history and culture. The crimson color is thought to signify the blood poured by East Timorese during their independence struggle. The indigenous people are represented by the black triangle, while the larger community is represented by the yellow triangle. The white star is a symbol of peace and the nation's guiding light. The black and yellow triangles are grouped in the shape of an arrow pointing upward, representing the country's progress.
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Timor-Leste, also known as East Timor, is a country located in Southeast Asia, bordered by Indonesia to the west and south and the Timor Sea to the north and east. It is a small, culturally diverse country with a mix of different ethnicities and religions. Timor-Leste is known for its stunning natural beauty, with a varied landscape ranging from mountains and forests to beaches and coastlines.
The history of Timor-Leste dates back to ancient times, with the first human settlements dating back to at least 4000 BC. The country has a long and complex history, with a mix of Portuguese, Indonesian, and other influences. Timor-Leste gained independence from Indonesia in 2002, and has since gone through a number of political and economic challenges.
Today, Timor-Leste is a lower-middle-income country with a small and diversified economy. The country is known for its oil and gas industry, as well as for its production of agricultural products such as rice, corn, and livestock. Timor-Leste has a tropical climate, with hot and humid weather year-round. The official languages of Timor-Leste are Tetum and Portuguese.
|Country codes||TL, TLS (ISO 3166-1)|
|Official name||Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste|
|Official languages||Portuguese, Tetum|
|Religion||99.53% Christianity, 0.24% Islam, 0.23% Other|
|Time zone||UTC+9 (Timor-Leste Time)|
|Member of||United Nations|
|Population density||89 per Km2 (230 people per mi2)|
|Urban Population||32.8 % of the population is urban (432,649 people in 2020)|
|Median age||20.8 years|
|Total area||The total land area is 14,870 Km2 (5,741 sq. miles)|
|Highest point||Mount Ramelau on Timor (2 963 m, 9 721 ft)|
|Lowest point||Timor Sea|
|GDP per capita||$ 2,741 (World Bank, 2021)|
|Currency||United States dollar ($, USD)|
|Internet TLD||.tl (click here to find and register domain name)|
|Country Wikipedia Page||Timor-Leste Wikipedia Page|
Main Cities by Population in Timor-Leste