Tilomar Administrative Post

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Tilomar
  • Posto Administrativo de Tilomar  (Portuguese)
  • Postu administrativu Tilomár  (Tetum)
Asan Foun freshwater lagoon, Tilomar, Covalima, Timor-Leste May 2005, (the palm is Sago Palm Metroxylon sagu, reedbeds, and probably an undescribed Casuarina sp in background).jpg
Asan Foun freshwater lagoon
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Tilomar
Coordinates: 9°20′S125°07′E / 9.333°S 125.117°E / -9.333; 125.117 Coordinates: 9°20′S125°07′E / 9.333°S 125.117°E / -9.333; 125.117
Country Flag of East Timor.svg  East Timor
Municipality Cova Lima
Seat Casabauc  [ de ]
Sucos
Area
  Total194.1 km2 (74.9 sq mi)
Population
 (2015 census)
  Total7,885
  Density41/km2 (110/sq mi)
Households (2015 census)
  Total1,763
Time zone UTC+09:00 (TLT)

Tilomar, officially Tilomar Administrative Post (Portuguese : Posto Administrativo de Tilomar, Tetum : Postu administrativu Tilomár), is an administrative post in Cova Lima municipality, East Timor. [1] Administration center is Casabauc.

The administrative post has an area of 194,64 km2 [2] and 7,043 inhabitants (2010). [2] Most spoken language is Tetum Terik, but there is a big Bunak minority, too. Tilomar is divided into four sucos: Beiseuc, Casabauc, Lalawa, and Maudemo.

59% of the households in Tilomar are producing corn, 58% maniok, 53% vegetables, 48% coconuts, 15% rice and 8% coffee.

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References

  1. "Timor-Leste Subdistricts".
  2. 1 2 Direcção Nacional de Estatística: 2010 Census Wall Chart (English) Archived 2011-08-12 at the Wayback Machine (PDF; 2,7 MB)

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