Equatorial Guinea is a republic on the west coast of Africa with 650,000 inhabitants. The continental part, called Mbini, lies between Cameroon and Gabon. The other part consists of two islands in the Atlantic Ocean, Bioko and Anabon. The Mbini section consists of tropical forests and volcanoes and is very densely overgrown. There are three detailed volcanoes and black sandy beaches on both islands. There is a tropical rain climate. The capital Malabo is on the island of Bioko and has 100,000 inhabitants. Some attractions are the colorful markets, the Spanish cultural center, the Gothic cathedral and the courthouse. Other cities are San Antonio de Palé, Luba, Mongomo, Evinayong, Bata and Ebebiyín. Sights are the tribes, such as the Fang, Kombé and Balengue, the rain forests and the beaches.

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