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Malabo is the capital city of Equatorial Guinea, located in Central Africa. It is known for its stunning colonial architecture and beautiful beaches. Visitors can explore the city’s many historic landmarks, such as the Santa Isabel Cathedral, a stunning Gothic-style cathedral with soaring arches and intricate stained-glass windows. Other popular attractions include the Malabo National Park, a lush nature reserve with hiking trails and picnic areas, and the Arena Blanca beach, a pristine stretch of white sand. Cuisine and Food cultureEquatorial Guinean cuisine is a fusion of African and Spanish influences. Popular dishes include fufu, a starchy porridge made from cassava or yam, served with a savory sauce, and ndole, a spicy stew made with bitter leaves and peanuts. Another must-try dish is chicken or fish with moambe sauce, a rich and spicy sauce made with palm oil and served with rice or plantains. For dessert, try the traditional sweet called mango bread, a moist and flavorful cake made with ripe mangoes.