Equatorial Guinea

Equatorial Guinea is a small country in West Africa, divided into two parts, the mainland and the islands. The mainland is wedged between Cameroon and Gabon. Unique among sub-Saharan countries, it was a former Spanish colonytheir only other large African colony was Western Sahara. It is one of the largest oil producers in Sub-Sahara, behind Angola and Nigeria.

. . . Equatorial Guinea . . .

Map of Equatorial Guinea with regions colour-coded
  Río Muni (Bata)
all of the mainland
  Bioko (Malabo)
island in the Gulf of Guinea, includes the capital city
  Annobon
small island between Sao Tome Island and Principe Island out in the Atlantic

  • 3.7524078.7752651 Malabo – the capital, on Bioko
  • Acalayong
  • 1.859.751 Bata – the major city on the mainland
  • Ebebiyin – a major access point in the far northeast corner
  • Evinayong
  • Luba – another town on Bioko
  • Mbini
  • Mongomo

. . . Equatorial Guinea . . .

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