Equatorial Guinea

Equatorial Guinea is a small country located on the west coast of Africa.
It was called spanish Guinea
A small country on the west coast of central Africa, Equatorial Guinea comprises the mainland territory of Río Muni (where most people live) and five volcanic islands. The largest island is Bioko on which the country's capital, Malabo, is located. After independence from Spain in 1968, Equatorial...
The Equatorial Guinea has a beutiful scenery of ocean and coastline.
It was a Spanish colony, and Spanish is still one of the official languages.
Blue symbolizes the sea, which connects the main country with theislands. White symbolizes peace. Red symbolizes the blood shed bythe fighters for independence. Green is for the agriculture. what does the flag mean
Equatorial Guinea is bordered by: . Gabon . Cameroon . the Atlantic Ocean
can someone please find an answer for this!! please
The swimmer in question was nicknamed Eric the Eel. He competed in the 100m freestyle heats at the Sydney olympics. Although only 3 competitors were in the race, 2 of them were disqualified for false starts. Eric went on to win the race to much applause from the crowd. He set a national record for...
Equatorial Guinea is actually quite infamous for their swimmers. The most famous include Eric Moussambani (Eric the Eel) and Paula Barila Bolopa (Paula the Crawler). Both had incredibly slow times at the 2000 Summer Olympics.
Effective 2010-04-09, all mobile numbers in Equatorial Guinea added 3 digits to the existing 6-digit number, depending on the cellular provider. . GETESA: +240 222 PQMCDU . HiTs: +240 551 PQMCDU where PQMCDU is the old 6-digit number. Landlines (fixed lines) in Malabo were prefixed with...
Cell phone numbers in Equatorial Guinea were prefixed with 222 for GETESA or 551 for HiTs G.E. S.A. Thus, +240 PQMCDU became +240 222 PQMCDU or +240 551 PQMCDU, where PQMCDU is the old 6-digit number. (The plus sign means "insert your international access prefix here." From a GSM mobile phone,...
the blue stands for the sea that connects the diffrent parts of equatorial guinea, the green stands for the lush vegetation and agricultual wealth, the white stands for peace, and the red stands for the struggle for independence (from spain)
President Teodoro OBIANG NGUEMA MBASOGO has ruled the country since 1979 when he seized power in a coup. Although nominally a constitutional democracy since 1991, the 1996, 2002, and 2009 presidential elections - as well as the 1999 and 2004 legislative elections - were widely seen as flawed. The...
Malabo is the capital ofEquatorial Guinea, a country on the west coast of Africa.
No, it is a right-wing capitalist dictatorship.
República de Guinea Equatorial
No, they are not Hispanic as per descendents. The culture is of a Hispanic (Spain) origin as the language is used for administrative purpose. The origin people of Equatorial Guinea are of African descent. This differs from the Latin American people as most do have Spanish ancestry (bloodline).