Bombom, São Tomé and Príncipe

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Bombom
Village
Bombom is located in São Tomé
Bombom
Bombom
Location on São Tomé Island
Coordinates: 0°18′40″N 6°43′40″E / 0.31111°N 6.72778°E / 0.31111; 6.72778Coordinates: 0°18′40″N 6°43′40″E / 0.31111°N 6.72778°E / 0.31111; 6.72778
Country  São Tomé and Príncipe
Province São Tomé
District Mé-Zóchi
Population (2008)
 • Total 863
Time zone UTC (UTC+0)

Bombom, also spelt as Bom-Bom (the main etymology is Portuguese for "so good", "good-good, the other etymology is the Angolan origin: Bombon or Bonbon) is a village in the north-eastern part of São Tomé Island in São Tomé and Príncipe. Its population is 863 (2008 est.).[1]

Sporting club[edit]

  • Inter Bom-Bom, a football (soccer) club that currently plays in the regional second division.

References[edit]

  1. ^ INE, Evolução da população São-Tomense por localidades, 2001/2007-08