Ilhéu Bom Bom

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Ilhéu Bombom
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Map of São Tomé and Príncipe Ilhéu Bombom with on the top
Geography
Location São Tomé and Príncipe
Coordinates 1°41′56″N 7°24′09″E / 1.698855°N 7.402632°E / 1.698855; 7.402632Coordinates: 1°41′56″N 7°24′09″E / 1.698855°N 7.402632°E / 1.698855; 7.402632
Administration
Demographics
Population 15 (2008)
Additional information
Stratovolcano

Ilhéu Bom Bom, also written as Ilhéu Bombom, is an island in the Gulf of Guinea. The islet is located north of the coast of the island of Príncipe, one of the main islands of São Tomé and Príncipe and is almost completely forested. The islet has the northernmost point in São Tomé and Príncipe. Its population is 15 (2008 est.).[1] The island includes a couple of tourist resorts in São Tomé and Príncipe. The isla

Ilhéu Bombom

Since 2012, it forms a part of the UNESCO's Island of Príncipe Biosphere Reserve (also known as Príncipe Biosphere Reserve as it encompass its surrounding islands).[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ INE, Evolução da população São-Tomense por localidades, 2001/2007-08
  2. ^ "World Network of Biosphere Reserves". Island of Príncipe. UNESCO. Retrieved 1 June 2016.