• What language do they speak in Annobón?

    Annobón is part of Equatorial Guinea. The first European colonizers were Portuguese. Then the region became Spanish. Now Equatorial Guinea is independent. While the official languages of Equatorial Guinea are Spanish and Portuguese, Spanish is far more common in most of Equatorial Guinea. However, Portuguese is more common on Annobón for several reasons: The liturgy of local Catholics is delivered in Portuguese; and The islands of São Tomé and Príncipe, which are a separate state of Portuguese speaking people, are between Annobón and the other parts of Equatorial Guinea. Read more…