Provinces of Equatorial Guinea

Provinces of Equatorial Guinea. Equatorial Guinea has 8 provinces. These are San Antonio de Palé, Bioko Norte, Bioko Sur, Centro Sur, Kié-Ntem, Litoral, Wele-Nzas, and Djibloho. In this article, we will give some general information about the provinces of Equatorial Guinea such as population and area. You can see the Provinces of Equatorial Guinea on the map below.

Provinces of Equatorial Guinea

Provinces of Equatorial Guinea Provinces of Equatorial Guinea
Provinces of Equatorial Guinea

Annobón

Annobón Provinces of Equatorial Guinea

The capital of the province is San Antonio de Palé. The population of 2015 is 5,232. It also has an area of 17 square kilometers.

Bioko Norte

Bioko Norte Provinces of Equatorial Guinea

The capital of the province is Rebola. The population of 2015 is 299,836. It also has a surface area of 776 square kilometers.

Bioko Sur

Bioko Sur Provinces of Equatorial Guinea

The capital of the province is Luba. The population of 2015 is 34,627. It also has an area of 1,241 square kilometers.

Centro Sur

Centro Sur Provinces of Equatorial Guinea

The capital of the province is Evinayong. The population of 2015 is 141,903. It also has an area of 9,931 square kilometers.

Kié-Ntem

Kié Ntem Provinces of Equatorial Guinea

The capital of the Province is Ebebiyín. The population of 2015 is 183,331. It also has an area of 3,943 square kilometers.

Litoral

Litoral Provinces of Equatorial Guinea

The capital of the province is Bata. The population of 2015 is 366,130. It also has an area of 6,665 square kilometers.

Wele-Nzas

Wele Nzas Provinces of Equatorial Guinea

The capital of the province is Mongomo. The population of 2015 is 191,383. It also has an area of 5,478 square kilometers.

 

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