• St. Elizabeth's Cathedral, Malabo

    Cathedral of Saint-Isabel of Malabo, Calle del 12 de Octubre, Malabo, Equatorial Guinea .

    St. Elizabeth's Cathedral (Spanish: Catedral de Santa Isabel de Malabo or Catedral de Malabo) is a Roman Catholic cathedral located on Independencia Avenue (Avenida de la Independencia) in the city of Malabo, the capital of Equatorial Guinea, home of the Archdiocese of Malabo. It is considered the largest Christian church in the nation. It was named after St. Elizabeth of Hungary.

  • Malabo National Park

    Malabo National Park, Malabo, Equatorial Guinea .

    With a planned land area of 870,000 sq. M., Malabo National Park in Equatorial Guinea is located in the new area of Malabo, the Capital of Equatorial Guinea, and comprises eight functional zones including Independence Square Zone, Ethnic Customs Zone and Central Lake Zone. The Park was commenced in October 2011, with its opening ceremony held on June 4, 2016. Obiang, President of Equatorial Guinea, cut ribbons and wrote an inscription for the Park.

  • Pico Basilé

    Pico Basilé, Equatorial Guinea .

    Pico Basilé (formerly Pico de Santa Isabel), located on the island of Bioko, is the tallest mountain of Equatorial Guinea. With an altitude of 9,878 ft (3,011 m), it is the summit of the largest and highest of three overlapping basaltic shield volcanoes which form the island. From the summit, Mt. Cameroon can be seen to the northeast. Pico Basilé lies close to the city of Malabo. The very top is used as a broadcast transmitting station for RTVGE (Radio Television Guinea Ecuatorial) and microwave relay station for various communication networks.

    The peak forms a part of Pico Basilé National Park, created in April 2000 The boundaries of Bioko Norte and Sur runs near the summit.