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Cemetery of Santa Cruz, Dili
(3.4/5 based on 75+ reviews on the web)
Visit the final resting place of the victims of the 1991 protests at Cemetery of Santa Cruz. Over 250 people were killed in the November 12 demonstration for independence, and later buried here, endowing the site with great historical significance. Learn about the hardships faced by the local people under the Indonesian occupation, and get a sense for the consequences of the massacre. Make Cemetery of Santa Cruz part of your personalized Dili itinerary using our Dili vacation builder.
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  • Makam ini bukti terjadi konflik saat timor timor (kala itu) ingin memerdekaan diri menjadi negara sendiri timor leste (saat ini) dari kesatuan Republik Indonesia.. tentu saja akibat perang adalah keru...  more »
  • it is not for too sensitive people. The story is very sad, but worth learning more, so it would never happen again. Why it's happened because lack of awareness and some tolerance by US and Australia. ...  more »
  • Close to Largo de Lecidere and also the portuguese school.Opposite it is the Indonesian cemetery. Its in a residential area.People were actually wondering what I was doing in a cemetery... Actually be...  more »