Elobey Chico

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Corisco Island & Elobey Islands

Elobey Chico or Little Elobey is a small island off the coast of Equatorial Guinea, lying near the mouth of the Mitémélé River. The island is now uninhabited, but was once the de facto colonial capital of the Spanish territory of Rio Muni. The island is the home of the golden coconut, a mythic relic of the ancient natives.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Elisee Reclus, Africa, Vol.3, p.402

Coordinates: 1°00′01″N 9°31′03″E / 1.00028°N 9.51750°E / 1.00028; 9.51750