Santa Cruz Cemetery. This is a 360degree pic of Santa Cruz Cemetery(I don't know how it will look like at your end). This is the site of the Santa Cruz Cemetery massacre when on the 12 November 1991, 200 Indonesian troops opened fire on several thousand pro-independence East Timorese who had gathered at the cemetery for a ceremony for a local killed earlier by Indonesian troops on the 28th October. There where families, kids and they where not armed. At least 250 East Timorese were killed. The cemetery is over crowded with graves(many of which are children,even in recent times they died only days old and many others under the age of 10,I guess 30-40% are under 15) and with one exit they could not escape or move freely. One of the Ambulance Drivers for us at work was there on the day and has a bullet wound on his arm to prove it! A very interesting place.
I also went up to the WWII memorial way up on top of the mountains over looking Dili where only 300 Australian and Timorese solders held of 12000 Japanese solders stopping them getting to Australia over a 6 month period(why don't we hear more about this battle?). The original memorial had a pool for the locals but is now a school which is much more appropriate I think. Unfortunately those photos are on my other camera which I will transfer over when I get back.