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Luba

Luba - description of the city:

Luba is city of Equatorial Guinea (Provincia de Bioko Sur). The population of Luba: 8,655 people. Geographic coordinates of Luba: 3.45683 x 8.55465.

Country Equatorial Guinea
International title Luba
Population 8,655 people
Timezone Africa/Malabo
State Provincia de Bioko Sur
Geographic coordinates Latitude: 3.45683 x Longitude: 8.55465

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The beauty of Luba
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Sights of Luba
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Views of Luba
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Famous Landmarks of Luba
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Travel across Luba
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