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Equatorial Guinea


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Equatorial Guinea
   has this flag:   

Equatorial Guinea
   has the capital   
Malabo
In 1959, the Spanish territory of the Gulf of Guinea was established with status similar to the provinces of metropolitan Spain. As the Spanish Equatorial region, it was ruled by a governor general exercising military and civilian powers. The first local elections were held in 1959, and the first Equatoguinean representatives were seated in the Spanish Parliament.
Equatorial Guinea
   uses the   
Franc
Communaute Financiere Africaine franc (XAF); note - responsible authority is the Bank of the Central African States
French
   is an official language of   
Equatorial Guinea
Spanish
   is an official language of   
Equatorial Guinea
.gq
   internet domain is used by   
Equatorial Guinea
Equatorial Guinea
   has the anthem   
Caminemos Pisando La Senda
Let Us Tread the Path
Equatorial Guinea
   is governed by a   
Presidential Republic
President Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo
   is Head of State of   
Equatorial Guinea
Bioko
   belongs to   
Equatorial Guinea
779 sq. mi.
Equatorial Guinea
   has the mark   
3C
Equatorial Guinea
   is situated in   
Africa
Equatorial Guinea
   gained independence in   
1968
12 October. Spain
Equatair
   is based in   
Equatorial Guinea
Equatorial Guinea
   has a motto   
Unidad, Paz, Justicia
Unity, Peace, Justice
Equatorial Guinea
   calls its legislative assembly   
Cámara De Representantes Del Pueblo
Equatorial Guinea
   has an area of   
28,051 Km²
0.02%
145th
   largest country in the world is   
Equatorial Guinea
28,051 km²
Air Guinee Express
   is based in   
Equatorial Guinea
National carrier.
Malabo, Equatorial Guinea
   is at   
03°45'N 08°50'E
Equatorial Guinea
   has the country calling code   
+240
Equatorial Guinea
   has the time zone   
UTC+1
West Africa Time (WAT)
Equatorial Guinea
   has this coat of arms   

Equatorial Guinea
   was formerly known as   
Spanish Guinea
Spanish Guinea was an African colony of Spain that became the independent nation of Equatorial Guinea in 1968.
Bubi
   people are native to   
Equatorial Guinea
Members of the Bantu group, who are indigenous to Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea.
Equatorial Guinea
   is   

Succotash
   comes from   
Equatorial Guinea
Equatorial Guinea shares borders with 2 other countries.
Cameroon, Gabon






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