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Interesting Facts about Equatorial Guinea

Equatorial Guinea Interesting Facts

Equatorial Guinea, officially the Republic of Equatorial Guinea, is a country in Africa. Here are some interesting facts about Equatorial Guinea:

  • The flag of Equatorial Guinea was adopted on August 21, 1979, and the national emblem of Equatorial Guinea was adopted on August 21, 1979.
  • One of the smallest African nations is Equatorial Guinea.
  • Equatorial Guinea is bordered by two states on land as Gabon and Cameroon.
  • The highest mountain in Equatorial Guinea is Pico Basile, which rises 3,011 meters (9,879 ft) on Bioko Island.
  • A person from Equatorial Guinea is described as an “equatoguinean”.
  • On October 12, 1968, Equatorial Guinea officially became independent from Spain.
  • The only country in Africa where Spanish is an official language is Equato-rial Guinea.
  • More than 85% of people in Equatorial Guinea identify as Christians, with Catholics being the vast majority.
  • Third-largest oil exporter from Sub-Saharan Africa is Equatorial Guinea.
  • Malabo is Equatorial Guinea's capital.
  • The largest frog in the entire globe is found in Equatorial Guinea. The Goli-ath frog can reach a maximum length of 34 cm (13 inches).
  • One of the least free nations in the world is Equatorial Guinea.
  • Equatorial Guinea's largest city is Bata.
  • In sub-Saharan Africa, Equatorial Guinea has the highest adult literacy rate.
  • Gorillas, chimpanzees, elephants, and crocodiles can all be seen in the 2,000 square kilometer Monte Alain National Park in Equatorial Guinea.
  • Nearly 90% of all exports from Equatorial Guinea are crude oil and petroleum gas. It ranks 26th globally and is the fifth-largest exporter of crude oil.
  • In continental Africa, Equatorial Guinea comprises the Rio Muni.
  • Equatorial Guinea is a tropical paradise with year-round average temperatures of 84 to 88F.
  • There is only one university in Equatorial Guinea.
  • Equatorial Guinea has had a president since 1979.
  • Equatorial Guinea shares borders with Cameroon and Gabon.

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