...at least as there are so few tourist attractions there. It's mainly a linear telling of the independence struggle and it's very interesting and confronting, but pretty short and with little except for writing and some photos. It's also difficult for those who don't speak Portuguese or Tetun, as the English translations are very small and at about knee level (generally the Portuguese is favoured over the Tetun, so it can be difficult even for the majority of Timorese). The museum is still developing, however, and there's a film room and the possibility of more exhibits, plus work was going on on a second story (cafe?) and a roof deck. Since it only costs $1, you shouldn't go to Timor-Leste without seeing it.
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