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In 1472, in an attempt to find a new route to India, the Portuguese navigator Fernão do Pó, encountered the island of Bioko, which he called "Formosa".
(formerly Santa Isabel) is the capital of Equatorial Guinea and the province of Bioko Norte.
It is located on the north coast of the island of Bioko, formerly known by the Bubis, its indigenous inhabitants, as Etulá, and as Fernando Pó by the Europeans.
Domestically, however, in the political arena, there is a significant degree of regionalism that is loosely based on ethnicity.
A common regional division is between those ethnic groups living on the high plateau and the côtiers , who inhabit coastal areas (or live outside of the high plateau region).
Spanish is the most-spoken language and practically the only one used, except some French and Portuguese. Many buildings in the city are built in a colonial style, dating from the times of Spanish rule, coexisting with modern buildings built since independence.