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Subdistricts of East Timor

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Subdistricts of East Timor

This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Timor Leste
Subdistricts of East Timor

The districts of East Timor are divided into 65 subdistricts, with one designated as the capital. Each subdistrict is divided into several villages (sucos), the smallest political division of East Timor. The subdistricts are listed below, by district:

Aileu District

Subdistricts of Aileu

Ainaro District

Subdistricts of Ainaro

Baucau District

Subdistricts of Baucau

Bobonaro District

Subdistricts of Bobonaro

Cova Lima District

Subdistricts of Cova Lima

Dili District

Subdistricts of Dili

Ermera District

Subdistricts of Ermera

Lautém District

Subdistricts of Lautém

Liquiçá District

Subdistricts of Liquiçá

Manatuto District

Subdistricts of Manatuto

Manufahi District

Subdistricts of Aileu

Oecusse District

Subdistricts of Oecussi-Ambeno

Viqueque District

Subdistricts of Viqueque

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