Provinces of Equatorial Guinea

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Equatorial Guinea
Administrative divisions (provinces)

Equatorial Guinea is divided into 2 regions and seven provinces[1] (capitals appear in parentheses):

Regions[edit]

  1. Insular Region (Malabo)
  2. Continental Region (Bata)

Provinces[edit]

Annobón Province Bioko Norte Province Bioko Sur Province Centro Sur Province Kié-Ntem Province Litoral Province (Equatorial Guinea) Wele-Nzas ProvinceA clickable map of Equatorial Guinea exhibiting its two regions and seven provinces.
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Provinces 1–3 in Insular Region; Provinces 4–7 in Continental Region.

Key Province Capital Population
(2015)[2]
Area
(km2)[3]
1 Annobón San Antonio de Palé 5,232 17
2 Bioko Norte Malabo 299,836 776
3 Bioko Sur Luba 34,627 1,241
4 Centro Sur Evinayong 141,903 9,931
5 Kié-Ntem Ebebiyín 183,331 3,943
6 Litoral Bata 366,130 6,665
7 Wele-Nzas Mongomo 191,383 5,478

The provinces are further divided into 32 municipalities. [1]

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