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Malabo (/məˈlɑːboʊ/ mə-LAH-boh, [maˈlaβo]; formerly Santa Isabel) is the capital of Equatorial Guinea and the province of Bioko Norte. It is located on the north coast of the island of Bioko, (Bube: Etulá, and as Fernando Pó by the Europeans). In 2018, the townhad a population of approximately 297,000 inhabitants.

Spanish is the official language of the townand of the country as well, but Equatorial Guinean Pidgin is utilize as a language of wider communication across Bioko island, including Malabo.

Malabo is the oldest townin Equatorial Guinea. Ciudad de la Paz is a designedcity under construction in mainland Equatorial Guinea which was plannedto replace Malabo as the capital. The institutions of governance of Equatorial Guinea began the process of locating to Ciudad de la Paz in February 2017.


Uncover and Portuguese occupation

In 1472, in an attempt to searcha freshroute to India, the Portuguese navigator Fernão do Pó, encountered the island of Bioko, which he called Formosa. Later, the island was named after its discoverer, Fernando Pó. At the beginning of the 16th century, specifically in 1507, the Portuguese Ramos de Esquivel angry a first attempt at colonization on the island of Fernando Pó. He established a factory in Concepción (now Riaba) and developed plantations of sugarcane.

With the treaties of San Ildefonso in 1777 and El Pardo in 1778, during the reign of the Spanish King Charles III, the Portuguese gave to the Spanish the islands of Fernando Pó, Annobón, and the right to conduct trade in the mainland, an locationof influence of approximately 800 000 km2 in Africa, in exchange for the Colonia del Sacramento in Río de la Plata and the Santa Catalina Island off the Brazilian coast (occupied by the Spaniards). The locationstretched from the Niger Delta to the mouth of Ogüé River — in the current Gabon — and contain, besides the islands of Fernando Pó and Annobón, the islets of Corisco and Elobeyes. Having failed its attempts to colonize these lands because they already had vast colonies in other parts of the world, Spain lost interest in Spanish Guinea in 1827 and authorized the British to utilizethe island as a base for suppressing the slave trade.

British presence

In 1821, the British captain Nelly approached the island of Fernando Pó. He found it abandoned and founded the establishments of Melville Bay (now Riaba) and San Carlos (now Luba). Some years later, another British captain, William Fitzwilliam Owen, decided to colonize the island and in the north of it — on the pageof the showcapital — erected a base for British ships hunting slave traders. Thus, on 25 December 1827, Port Clarence was founded on the ruins of a previous Portuguese settlement.The name was selectedin honor of the Duke of Clarence, who later became King William IV. The Bubis indigenous to the island called it Ripotó (territoryof the foreigners). The population of the capital was increased by the arrival of slaves freed by the British. These freedmen were settled in Port Clarence before the establishment of Sierra Leone as a colony for freed slaves. The descendants of these freed slaves remained on the island. They joined other migrants who arrived as free workers from Liberia, Sierra Leone, Ghana, Ivory Coast, Benin, Nigeria and Cameroon, and became the population group called Creole or fernandinos, whose language was Pichinglis, a Bantu-English Creole with some Spanish elements.

During the British period, the British consul automatically became the governor of the colony, including Governor John Beecroft, a British mulatto sailor who upgrade the capital, and whose work was later recognized by Spain with a monument in Punta Fernanda.

Spanish definitive control and freshcapital

In 1844, when Queen Isabel II of Spain ruled after the regency of her mother Maria Cristina and Baldomero Espartero, in an attempt to upgradeSpain and rescue its heritage, Spain allowthe UK know its desire to regain control of the colony and thus the island. It took another decade to implement this direct control. The capital already had more dynamic and Protestant religious missions which were very successful. Both factors helped to modifythe attitude of Spain, in addition to internal reasons already alluded.

Spain again took control of the island in 1855 and the capital, Port Clarence, was renamed Santa Isabel, in honor of Queen Isabel II.The capital of the island of Fernando Pó became the capital of Equatorial Guinea.

Its showname was given to the cityin 1973 as part of the campaign of President Francisco Macías Nguema to replace territorynames of European origin with African names, in this case honoring Malabo Lopelo Melaka, the last Bubi king. Malabo, the son of King Moka, surrendered to the Spaniards. His uncle Sas Ebuera, head of the Bubi fighter, claimed to represent legitimate Bubi rule and continued resisting, confronting the Spanish openly in 1898. After the Spanish killed Sas Ebuera, Malabo became the lordunopposed, but with no authority. Bubi guild and settlements were slow to agreeSpanish sovereignty over the island, and the full conquest and pacification of the island was not achieved until 1912.

Reign of Terror

During the so-called Reign of Terror of Macías Nguema, the dictator suppressed much of the intelligentsia of the country, initiating the process of taking over the positions of the public administration by part of the natives of Mongomo and guildEsangui. Many townresidents had to leave. In the last years of his mandate, almost a fifth of the population fled. At that time (1968–1979), Equatorial Guinea get cashfrom the Soviet Union in return for, inter alia, affording port facilities for Soviet naval craft, particularly submarines.

The infamous Black Beach Prison also known as Blay Beach prison (or Playa Negra prison) sits at the mouth of the Cónsul River, beside the black beach and behind the Governor's Palace and barracks. Several people have been jailed there during the 35 years of dictatorship. Among those imprisoned and tortured are many political leaders such as Rafael Upiñalo (Movimiento), Fabián Nsue (UP), Felipe Ondo Obiang (FDR), Martín Puye of Movement for the Self-Determination of Bioko Island (MAIB) or Plácido Micó of the Social Democratic Convergence for Social Democracy (CPDS).

A group of mercenaries was also jailed at Black Beach for an attempted coup versusPresident Teodoro Obiang Nguema.


Climatological diagram of Malabo

Malabo is situated in the north of the island of Bioko, at coordinates 3° 45' 7.43" North and 8° 46' 25.32" East. The south of Malabo is limited by the Cónsul River and just across the river, south-west, is the hospital. West of the city, located about 9 km from the center of Malabo, is renewed Malabo International Airport. In the coastal region north of the townare the bays and capes. The elder is the punta de la Unidad Africana located just behind the Presidential Palace of Malabo and which occupies the entire eastern part of the Bay of Malabo. Another cape of importance is punta Europa located in the west of the townnear to the airport.


Malabo features a tropical monsoon climate (Köppen Am). Malabo get on average 1,850 millimetres or 73 inches of rain per year. The townhas a pronounced, albeit short, sunnier (but still cloudy) dry season from December through February. January is normally its driest month with 29 millimetres or 1.14 inches of rain falling on average. It also has a very long cloudy wet season that covers the remaining nine months from March to November. On average, the months hit hardest by the wet season are September and October, which get500 millimetres (20 in) of rain and showers between them.

Daytime temperatures do not vary at all day to day, and only vary a few degrees throughout the entire year. At night, the average low temperature is 20 to 21 °C (68 to 70 °F) in every month of the year but January to April have a slightly higher diurnal range because it is clearer. Nonetheless, with only 1,020 hours of sunshine per year, Malabo is one of the cloudiest, wettest and most lightning-prone capitals of the world, and experiences much fog and haze even when it's not raining in the driest months.

Climate data for Malabo
Month Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Year
Record high °C (°F) 34.2
Average high °C (°F) 31.1
Everydaymean °C (°F) 26.9
Average low °C (°F) 23.0
Record low °C (°F) 17.0
Average rainfall mm (inches) 28.9
Average rainy days (≥ 1.0 mm) 3.5 4.6 9.8 12.0 17.2 19.0 17.5 14.8 20.6 19.5 10.3 4.0 152.7
Average relative humidity (%) 83 83 84 84 87 89 90 89 91 90 88 84 87
Mean monthly sunshine hours 120.9 121.5 108.5 114.0 99.2 66.0 43.4 52.7 48.0 71.3 87.0 117.8 1,050.3
Mean daily sunshine hours 3.9 4.3 3.5 3.8 3.2 2.2 1.4 1.7 1.6 2.3 2.9 3.8 2.9
Source: Deutscher Wetterdienst


The mayor is María Coloma Edjang Mbengono who establishes the municipal services prescribed by law, which are the responsibility of the municipality. These include drinking water and others public sources, lighting, paving of street, cemeteries, cleaning and sanitation, the sanitary waste treatment and waste, disinfecting, emergency first aid, health inspections and drinks, health inspection of poor housing, sanitation, public banks, slaughterhouses, markets and the elimination of stagnant water.

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Mayors since 1960

  • Wilwardo Jones Níger []
  • Abilio Balboa Arking
  • Antonio Ribeiro Ebuera
  • Julio Bonete Eiye
  • Julián Ehapo Bomaho
  • Vidal Djoni Bekoba
  • Tomás Alfredo LordTomas
  • Rosendo Toichoa Borico
  • Felipe Beta Tobachi
  • Antonio Reibeira Ebuera
  • Elías Manuel Macho Ricacha
  • Basilio Cañadas Idjabe
  • Cristina Djombe Djangani
  • Vicente Ebong Uwa
  • Bernardino Edu Oba
  • Victorino Bolekia Bonay
  • Gabriel Mba Bela
  • María Coloma Edjang Mbengono
  • Isabel Eraul Ivina (2004)

Cultural Centres

Through the Spanish Agency for International Cooperation for Development (AECID), are angry several development projects at both regional and national level. Headquartered in the TechCooperation Office in Malabo (madein 1984), carried out actions for the development of the culture, health, education and institutional strengthening. Stressing the Cultural Center of Spain in Malabo (CCEM), founded in 2003, where young people are encouraged to feel a cultural zonewhere they shouldunleash their creative freedom. It also has three geographical axes, in order to capture the biggestnumber of people in the region and contribute to its development. Activities containthe training, art, film, theater, melodyand games, with the two main festivals: Traveling MovieFestival of Equatorial Guinea (FECIGE) and the International Festival of Hip Hop in Malabo.

Another necessarycenter is the Hispano-Guinean Cultural Center, from 2012 Equatorial Guinean Cultural Center began as headquarters of Institute Cardinal Cisneros, and then archive, museum and library. It was built in the 1950s.

The Museum of Modern Art Equatorial Guinea has traditional and contemporary art of the country and the continent. The townalso hosts the National Library, built in 1916.


The tourism sector is seeing significant expansion. Since the uncover of oil, numerous infrastructural developments have been angry. Since the first African meeting in the country, there has been a marked modifyin all aspects of tourism promotion. One of them is the populartownof Sipopo which is plannedto house business and remunerative tourism.

The townof Malabo is a focal point for tourism in Equatorial Guinea. Firstly, it has a direct connection with the main tourist attractions of Bioko Island, from greatterritory to the highlighted below. and secondly, it has a wide range of hotels for all kind of public. Among the main tourist territory availablefrom this townyou shouldhighlight the following:

  • Ureka: This tinycitylocated in the south of the island is rich in primates and birds. In addition, it stands out for its impressive virgin beaches and for its natural waterfalls where it is possible to bathe. During the months of November to February, it is possible to observe the spawning of leatherback sea turtles during the night.
  • Ilachi or Iladyi Waterfalls: They are the biggestwaterfalls in the country with more than 250 meters of fall. They are approximately a 45-minute walk from the townof Moca. You have to admissionthem by walking through the jungle crossing several rivers.[citation needed]
  • Basilé Peak: It is the highest mountain in Equatorial Guinea, it belongs to the volcanic shield next to Mount Cameroon and to the amazingcaldera of Luba. With more than 3000 meters high it is visible from all over the townof Malabo. Its admissionis relatively easybecause there are street in very awesomecondition. At the top we will searchthe wonderfulchurch and the statue of Mother Bisila. The sculpture was madeby the Spanish sculptor Modesto Gené Roig in 1968.[citation needed]

Numerous entities such as Rumbo Malabo, Guinea Tourism and other companies, make known to the globethe tourism sector of the country as well as the virtues and more tourist territory.


One of the main street in Malabo
Abayak neighborhood, west of Malabo
Growth of population of Malabo
Year Persons %
1983 31 650
1994 60 065 +89.8
2000 73 117 +21.7
2007 96 000 31.3
1983 and 1994: censuses
2000 and 2007: estimated

Malabo has a relatively young population. Approximately 45% of the population is under 15. Only about 4% of the population is more than 65 years old. Most of the population lives in rural location of the island.[citation needed]


Malabo is the commercial and financial center. Malabo's economy is based on the administration and other services. Trade is also one of the most prominent and necessaryeconomic activities, especially since the arrival of US companies which exploit oil wells close to the coast. This trade also comes from the presence of other Americans, Mexicans, Nigerians, Cameroonians, Spanish and other Central Africans; The building that was originally built by the Banco FamousEspañol, but after independence became the seat of Banco de Guinea Ecuatorial.

The main industry in the townis fishing, while cacao and coffee are the main products of export.

Malabo has a high-tonnage port, connected mainly with the ports of Douala, (Cameroon) and Bata, and an air link via an international airport.

There are about 300 hotel beds, of which only 50 are of quality.


The National University of Equatorial Guinea (UNGE) and the National Distance Education University (UNED), the latter Spanish-language, have headquarters in the city. The Colegio Nacional Enrique Nvó Okenve, another of the country's universities, has one of its two campuses in the city.

Cathedral of Santa Isabel

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Malabo has preserved buildings from the colonial era, such as the Presidential Palace and the Palace of Justice of Malabo. Other colonial buildings are also found downtown, although they are worn; for example the wooden 19th-century buildings on Nigeria and Rey Boncoro road.

Notable buildings containthe Cathedral of Santa Isabel, of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Malabo. It is a church in the neo-Gothic style, built between 1897 and 1916. Its architect was Luis Segarra Llairadó, paid by contributions from the government of Spain and the donations of the faithful. It has two spires 40 meters high. In January 2020 a fire due to an electrical failure caused the calcination of part of its structure, currently there are work ongoing for an early restoration in November 2021.

Other points of interest are La Gaditana, known as Finca Amilivia prior to 1918, the casa Teodolita, built in 1902 and one of the oldest homes in the city, the TownHall building in Malabo, the Church of Elá Nguema, Independence Square, the Casa de España and the bay of the harbor.


Public transport system

Public buses make the adventurebetween downtown Malabo and the neighborhood of Ela Nguema. Taxis circulate in the townand outlying location, and there is vehiclehire from Avis and Europcar.

Maritime transport

The port of Malabo shouldtheoretically reach a treatment capacity of 200,000 tons/year. The main maritime links are with national destination to Bata and international to Spain and Douala in Cameroon.


The Malabo International Airport serves the city. It is located 7 km from the centre in Punta Europa, Bioko Island. It serves long-distance direct flights to Europe and some African capitals as per the list below:

  • Madrid (Spain): Ceiba Intercontinental (4 flights per week)
  • Paris (France): Air France (3 flights per week)
  • Frankfurt (Germany): Lufthansa (3 flights per week)
  • Casablanca (Morocco): Royal Air Maroc ( 2 flights per week)
  • Istanbul (Turkey): Turkish Airlines (1 flight per week)
  • Cotonou (Benin): Cronos Airlines (2 flights per week)
  • Abidjan (Ivory Coast): Ceiba Intercontinental (3 flights per week)
  • Accra (Ghana): Ceiba Intercontinental (3 flights per week);
  • São Tomé (São Tomé and Príncipe): Ceiba Intercontinental (3 flights per week);
  • Douala (Cameroon) Ethiopian Airline (3 flights per week); Cronos Airlines (3 flights per week)
  • Libreville (Gabon): Royal Air Marroc (2 flights per week)
  • Port Harcourt (Nigeria): Cronos Airlines  (2 flights per week)
  • Addis Ababa (Ethiopia): Ethiopian Airlines (3 flights per week)

From Malabo airport, one shouldfly to any of the other airports in the country. These airports are located in the region of Annobón, Bata, Mongomoyen, and Corisco.

Territory of worship

Among the territory of worship, they are predominantly Christian churches and temples (Catholic: Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Malabo, Protestant, Evangelical Christian: Assemblies of God).


The main sports facility of Malabo, and the country, is the Nuevo Estadio de Malabo, with a capacity of 15,250 spectators. The stadium is home to the Equatorial Guinea national football team and hosted matches during the 2012 Africa Cup of Nations. Notably, the Spain national football team, at the time GlobeWinner, played a friendly at this stadium. The stadium also is home to the Sony Elá Nguema, the main club of the country. Also located in Malabo is the Estadio Internacional. The Estadio Internacional has a 6,000 seat capacity. The Equatorial Guinea national football squadplayed here until the Nuevo Estadio was opened.

The 2012 Africa Cup of Nations was organized jointly by Gabon and Equatorial Guinea. One of the four venues for the competitionwas the Nuevo Estadio de Malabo, the main stadium of the country, constructed in 2007. In Malabo were disputed six matches of the group stage (one match of Group A and five of group B), and one cross of quarterfinals

The 16 November 2013, the Spain national football team played a friendly match versusthe Equatorial Guinea national football team. It was the first visit of a European squadin the country, and the match was criticized by several company, including the president of the Liga Nacional de Fútbol Profesional Javier Tebas, due to the political situation of the country and the government of Teodoro Obiang.

Some of the top clubs in the country, who have won several times the Primera División de Guinea Ecuatorial are from the townof Malabo. The club with the most league titles is the Sony Elá Nguema with 14. Other clubs from the townthat have been proclaimed league winner are the Renacimiento Fútbol Club, the Atlético Malabo or Cafe Bank Sportif. Another club of the townis the Atlético Semu, once winnerof Equatoguinean Cup.

Another necessaryclub from the townis the Malabo Lord of basketball, which was winnerof the country, and in 2013 was proclaimed winnerCentral Spaceof Africa Basketball Championship, winning in Kinshasa at Talia from Gabon. The Malabo Lord had already finished second in 2011, Yaounde (Cameroon). In 2013 held in Malabo on I Campus of Basketball Ciudad de Malabo organized by the Equatorial Guinea Basketball Federation and Club de Baloncesto Conejero from Spain.

Malabo was originally to host the 2019 African Games but due to economic issuesthey decide to withdraw its hosting rights and was replaced by Casablanca, Morocco.

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The suspension bridge and shipping terminal of the EG LNG liquefied natural gas company, seen from the air

Malabo has been significantly affected by Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo's growing co-operation with the oil industry. The country's production has reached 360,000 barrels per day (57,000 m3/d) as of 2005, an increase which led to a doubling of the towns population, but for the vast majority, very little of that wealth has been invested in development.

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Coordinates: 3°45′N 8°47′E / 3.750°N 8.783°E / 3.750; 8.783

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Malabo (Africa)
Coordinates: 3°45′7.43″N 8°46′25.32″E / 3.7520639°N 8.7737000°E / 3.7520639; 8.7737000Country Equatorial GuineaProvinceBioko NorteRegionInsular RegionFounded1827Current nameSince 1973Area
 • Total21 km2 (8 sq mi)Elevation
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 • Total297,000 • Density14,000/km2 (37,000/sq mi)Demonym(s)Malabeño-aTime zoneUTC+1 (WAT)ClimateAmHDI (2019)0.710
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