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Equatorial Guinea, officially the Republic of Equatorial Guinea, is a country in West Middle Africa, one of the smallest in continental Africa. It is bordered by Cameroon on the north, Gabon on the south and east, and the Gulf of Guinea on the west, where the islands of São Tomé and Príncipe lie to its southwest. Formerly the Spanish colony of Spanish Guinea, the country's territory includes a number of islands, including the sizable island of Bioko where the capital, Malabo (formerly Santa Isabel), is located. Its post-independence name is suggestive of its location near both the equator and the Gulf of Guinea. It is the only country in Africa where Spanish is an official language, excluding the Spanish exclaves of Ceuta, Melilla, the Canary Islands and the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic.
West central Africa. Equatorial Guinea comprises Rio Mbini on the west coast of Africa, with Gabon to the south and east and Cameroon to the north, the island of Bioko (Formery Macias Nguema Biyogo or Fernando Poo) in the Bight of Biafra; the island of pagalu (formerly Annobon) in the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Gabon.
Insular and continental regions widely separated.
Spanish (Official), English, Fang, Bubi, Creole.
Campo, Benito, Muni.
Places to Visit
Malabo International Air Port
ISD codes & International time