Malabo (/məˈlɑːboʊ/; Spanish pronunciation: [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, formerly known by the Bubis, its indigenous inhabitants, as Etulá, and as Fernando Pó by the Europeans. The city has a population of approximately 187,302 inhabitants.
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Beauty full church it is very old Spanish architect church , i think more maintenance need for this building .
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It is an amazing place in Malabo, for walking in the nature. Clean and calm. There is a resturant inside and some limited activities (bicycles, boat ride,...) A place must be visited when in Malabo
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This building is quite nice, junt in the city centre of Malabo, it's not possible to visit inside, and the photos are almost prohibited if you don't have the proper permit.
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When we pulled up to this church in the rough & tumble nighborhood of San Fernando, there wasn't much to suggest that this church would be worth much of any time. But once you walked inside the sanctuary of the church, it was obvious why locals had recommended that I visit. The architecture may be unremarkable, but the vibrant colors that adorn the interior are very dynamic as illustrated by the attached pics. The massive mural behind the altar illustrate not only Catholic imagery but also local communities.
It doesnt take long to absorb the beauty so it is probably more like a 10-minute visit for most. But it is certainly worth the quick stop. But be forewarned, if you go on a hot day there is no air conditioning ... only fans.
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