Djibloho, officially the Administrative City of Djibloho (Spanish: Ciudad administrativa de Djibloho), is the newest province of Equatorial Guinea, formally established by law in 2017. The administrative city was initially carved out of Añisok, a district in Wele-Nzas, on 1 August 2015, and was created to eventually replace Malabo as Equatorial Guinea's national capital.
A map of Equatorial Guinea exhibiting its two regions and eight provinces. The island nation of São Tomé and Príncipe is not part of Equatorial Guinea.
Djibloho comprises two urban districts, Ciudad de la Paz and Mbere. The capital is Ciudad de la Paz ("City of Peace"), known as Oyala until 2017. In the 2017 national parliamentary election, Djibloho elected one senator and one deputy.