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All major Christian holidays are recognized as Equatorial Guinea holidays. Independence Day is celebrated annually on October 12. There are 11 public observances every year, some influenced by worldwide celebrations (like Women’s Day and New Year’s Day), while others are specific to the region (like President’s Day and Constitution Day). There are also city-wide events such as the famous Malabo Hip-Hop Festival.

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List of the biggest / largest cities towns;

Bioko Norte Kié-Ntem Wele-Nzas Bioko Sur Centro Sur Wele-Nzas Kié-Ntem Bioko Norte Kié-Ntem Centro Sur Litoral Kié-Ntem Annobón Litoral Wele-Nzas Centro Sur Litoral Bioko Norte Centro Sur Kié-Ntem Litoral Bioko Sur Bata Malabo Ebebiyín Aconibe Añisoc Luba Evinayong Mongomo Mengomeyén Micomeseng Rebola Bidjabidjan Niefang Cogo Nsok San Antonio de Palé Mbini Nsork Ayene Nkimi Machinda Acurenam Corisco Baney Bicurga Nsang Ncue Bitica Río Campo Riaba

A 10-day event held every year in December, the celebrations are often hosted by the Institute of Cultural Expression. Performers in the hip-hop community from all over Africa attend workshops and events hosted by artists from Europe (particularly Spain and France).
Christmas Day

Equatorial Guinea is mostly Roman Catholic, so the country celebrates Christmas every December 25. Apart from Christian festivities, traditional celebrations are also held like the dance known as balélé in the Bioko region. In the cities, friends and families celebrate together by eating, drinking and exchanging gifts. Equatorial Guineans also decorate their homes with the usual decorations, including lights and Christmas trees.

Published date: December 13, 2018 Modified date: October 9, 2019 Publisher / Owner : Publish Place Free Classfieds Ads

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