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City name is in Ainaro.


Today Ainaro is know for its lush scenery, its high peaks and its rich arabica coffee. But looking deeper the mountains behind dili are home to Timor-Leste's freedom fighters. Portugal knows Ainaro for a 10,000 strong uprising against colonial rule, Japan knows Ainaro as the end of the road in World War two, and for that the allied forces know Ainaro as a friend, but for the people of Timor-Leste, Ainaro is known as one of the places where our country was born.

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Ainaro Church, Built by the Portuguese it stills stands tall and strong.

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