The Equatorial Guinea flag is a horizontal tricolour with an emblem in the middle and a triangle on the left. The used colors in the flag are blue, green, red. The proportion of the Equatorial Guinea flag is 2:3. The Flag of Equatorial Guinea was adopted in 1979. The first use of the current flag design was in 1972. The last change to the current Equatorial Guinea flag design was in 1979.
The Equatorial Guinea flag is the flag of the country named Equatorial Guinea. Equatorial Guinea is located in continental Africa. Equatorial Guinea has 2 neighbouring countries. The total length of land borders of Equatorial Guinea is 335 mi/ 539 km. Equatorial Guinea border neighbours and border lengths are: Cameroon: 189 km, Gabon: 350 km.
778 358 people are living in Equatorial Guinea, a country stretching over 10 831 sq mi/ 28 051 km² (0% water). The population density in Equatorial Guinea is of 72 per sq mi/ 28 people per km². The official language of Equatorial Guinea is Spanish, French, Portuguese. The capital city of Equatorial Guinea is Malabo. Equatorial Guinea is a Dominant-party presidential republic.
The currency in Equatorial Guinea is the Central African CFA franc Fr (XAF). UTC (standard time) in Equatorial Guinea is UTC+01:00 and UTC+01:00 in summer. Equatorial Guinea has the unique two-letter country code, GQ (also Internet top-level domain), its three-letter country code is GNQ, and its three-digit country code is 226. The calling code for Equatorial Guinea is +240.
|Three-letter country code:||GNQ|
|Three-digit country code:||226|