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:{{flagicon|IRL}} [[County_Carlow|Carlow County]], Ireland
 
:{{flagicon|IRL}} [[County_Carlow|Carlow County]], Ireland
 
:{{flagicon|GER}} [[Kaiserslautern]], Germany
 
:{{flagicon|GER}} [[Kaiserslautern]], Germany
[[Des Moines]]
 
:{{flagdeco|JPN}} [[Kofu]], [[Yamanashi Prefecture|Yamanashi]], Japan
 
:{{flagdeco|FRA}} [[Saint-Étienne]], [[Loire (department)|Loire]], France
 
:{{flagdeco|PRC}} [[Shijiazhuang]], [[Hebei]], China
 
:{{flagdeco|RUS}} [[Stavropol]], Russia
 
:{{flagdeco|Kosovo}} [[Pristina]], Kosovo
 
 
[[Sioux City]]<ref>{{cite web |url=https://www.sioux-city.org/community/sister-cities |title=Sioux City Sister Cities |publisher=City of Sioux City |accessdate=19 December 2019}}</ref>
 
[[Sioux City]]<ref>{{cite web |url=https://www.sioux-city.org/community/sister-cities |title=Sioux City Sister Cities |publisher=City of Sioux City |accessdate=19 December 2019}}</ref>
 
:{{flagicon|JPN}} [[Yamanashi, Yamanashi]] City, Japan
 
:{{flagicon|JPN}} [[Yamanashi, Yamanashi]] City, Japan
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==Louisiana==
 
==Louisiana==
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[[Baton Rouge, Louisiana|Baton Rouge]]
 
: {{flagdeco|EGY}} [[Cairo]], [[Cairo Governorate]], Egypt (since 1951)
 
: {{flagdeco|FRA}} [[Rouen]], [[Seine-Maritime]], France (since 1963)
 
: {{flagdeco|ROC}} [[Taichung]], Taiwan (since 1976)
 
: {{flagdeco|MEX}} [[Ciudad Obregón]], [[Sonora]], Mexico (since 1977)
 
: {{flagdeco|HTI}} [[Port-au-Prince]], [[Ouest (department)|Ouest]], Haiti (since 1978)
 
: {{flagdeco|BEL}} [[Liège]], [[Liège (province)|Liège Province]], [[Belgium]] (since 1985)
 
: {{flagdeco|FRA}} [[Aix-en-Provence]], [[Bouches-du-Rhône]], France (since 1987)
 
: {{flagdeco|MEX}} [[Córdoba, Veracruz|Córdoba]], [[Veracruz]], Mexico (since 2002)
 
: {{flagdeco|PRC}} [[Heze]], [[Shandong]], People's Republic of China (since 2008)
 
: {{flagdeco|TUR}} [[Malatya]], [[Malatya Province]], Turkey (since 2009)<
 
: {{flagdeco|PRC}} [[Guiyang]], [[Guizhou]], People's Republic of China (since 2010)
 
 
[[Lafayette, Louisiana|Lafayette]]
 
: {{flagdeco|FRA}} [[Le Cannet]], Alpes-Maritimes, [[Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur]], France (1967)
 
: {{flagdeco|CAN}} [[Longueuil]], Quebec, Canada (1968)
 
: {{flagdeco|CAN}} [[Moncton]], New Brunswick, Canada (1971)
 
: {{flagdeco|FRA}} [[Poitiers]], Vienne, [[Nouvelle-Aquitaine]], France (1975)
 
: {{flagdeco|BEL}} [[Namur (city)|Namur]], [[Wallonia]], [[Belgium]] (1979)
 
: {{flagdeco|Ivory Coast}} [[Agnibilékrou]], [[Ivory Coast]] (1999)
 
: {{flagdeco|MEX}} [[Centla]], [[Mexico]] (2013)
 
 
[[New Orleans]]
 
: {{flagdeco|AUT}} [[Innsbruck]], Austria
 
: {{flagdeco|FRA}} [[Juan-les-Pins]], France
 
: {{flagdeco|VEN}} [[Maracaibo]], Venezuela
 
: {{flagdeco|JPN}} [[Matsue, Shimane]], Japan
 
: {{flagdeco|MEX}} [[Mérida, Yucatán]], Mexico
 
: {{flagdeco|FRA}} [[Orléans]], France
 
: {{flagdeco|CGO}} [[Pointe-Noire]], Republic of the Congo
 
: {{flagdeco|ARG}} [[San Miguel de Tucumán]], Argentina
 
: {{flagdeco|HON}} [[Tegucigalpa]], Honduras
 
   
 
==Maine==
 
==Maine==
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[[Newport, Oregon|Newport]]
 
[[Newport, Oregon|Newport]]
 
:{{flagicon|Japan}} [[Monbetsu, Hokkaido]], [[Japan]]<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.newportoregon.gov/dept/adm/mombetsu.asp|title=City of Newport - Mombetsu [sic] page}}</ref>
 
:{{flagicon|Japan}} [[Monbetsu, Hokkaido]], [[Japan]]<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.newportoregon.gov/dept/adm/mombetsu.asp|title=City of Newport - Mombetsu [sic] page}}</ref>
[[Portland, Oregon|Portland]]
 
:{{flagdeco|Japan}} [[Sapporo]]
 
:{{flagdeco|Mexico}} [[Guadalajara]]
 
:{{flag|Israel}} [[Ashkelon]]
 
:{{flag|South Korea}} [[Ulsan]]
 
:{{flag|China}} [[Suzhou]]
 
:{{flag|Russia}} [[Khabarovsk]]
 
:{{flag|Taiwan}} [[Kaohsiung]]
 
:{{flag|Zimbabwe}} [[Mutare]]
 
:{{flag|Italy}} [[Bologna]]
 
:{{flag|Malaysia}} [[Kota Kinabalu]]
 
   
 
==Pennsylvania==
 
==Pennsylvania==
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==Texas==
 
==Texas==
[[Dallas]]
 
*See {{Main|Dallas, Texas #International_relations}}
 
 
 
[[Grapevine, Texas|Grapevine]]
 
[[Grapevine, Texas|Grapevine]]
 
:{{flagicon|SCO}} [[Livingston, Scotland|Livingston]], [[West Lothian]], Scotland, United Kingdom<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-37601779|title=Carnegie UK Trust in town twinning scheme call|website=BBC News|accessdate=29 December 2016}}</ref>
 
:{{flagicon|SCO}} [[Livingston, Scotland|Livingston]], [[West Lothian]], Scotland, United Kingdom<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-37601779|title=Carnegie UK Trust in town twinning scheme call|website=BBC News|accessdate=29 December 2016}}</ref>

Revision as of 08:36, 27 March 2020

This is a subset of the worldwide List of twin towns and sister cities.

Alabama

Birmingham

Japan Maebashi, Japan[1]

Mobile

Spain Málaga, Spain[2][3]

Montgomery

Italy Pietrasanta, Italy[4]

Tuscaloosa[5]

Japan Narashino, Japan[6]
Germany Schorndorf, Germany
Ghana Sunyani-Techiman, Ghana[7]

Alaska

Anchorage[8]

Arizona

Gilbert[9]

Leshan, China
Newtownabbey, Northern Ireland

Arkansas

Fort Smith [10]

Cisterna, Italy

Hot Springs [10]

Hanamaki, Japan

Little Rock [10]

Changchun, China
Hanam, South Korea
Kaohsiung Municipality, Taiwan
Mons, Belgium
Province of Ragusa, Italy

North Little Rock [10]

Uiwang, South Korea

Subiaco [10]

Subiaco, Australia

California

Colorado

Connecticut

Delaware

Wilmington has six sister cities, as designated by Sister Cities International:[11]

Sweden Kalmar, Sweden
United Kingdom Watford, Hertfordshire, England, United Kingdom
Germany Fulda, Hesse, Germany
Nigeria Osogbo, Nigeria
Italy Olevano sul Tusciano, Salerno, Campania, Italy
France Nemours, Seine-et-Marne, Île-de-France, France

District of Columbia

Washington D.C. Washington, D.C. has fifteen official sister city agreements.[12] Paris is a "Partner City" due to the one Sister City policy of that commune.[13][better source needed]

Florida

Georgia

Athens

Italy Cortona, Italy[14]
Greece Athens, Greece
Ukraine Kamianets-Podilskyi, Ukraine

Americus

Japan Miyoshi, Japan

Augusta

France Biarritz, France
Japan Takarazuka, Japan
  • Source for sister cities in Georgia[15]

Hawaii

Idaho

Boise

Russia Chita, Russia
Spain Gernika, Spain

Coeur d'Alene

Canada Cranbrook, Canada

Idaho Falls

Japan Tokai-Mura, Japan

Ketchum

Italy Lignano Sabbiadoro, Italy
Germany Tegernsee, Germany

Moscow

Nicaragua Villa Carlos Fonseca, Nicaragua

Pocatello

Japan Iwamizawa, Japan
Burkina Faso Kwaremenguel, Burkina Faso

Sun Valley

Austria Kitzbühel, Austria
Japan Yamanouchi, Japan
  • Source for sister cities in Idaho[16]

Illinois

Bolingbrook

Republic of the Congo Brazzaville, Republic of Congo [17]
Philippines San Pablo, Laguna, Philippines [17]
Pakistan Sialkot, Pakistan[17]
China Xuchang City, China[17]

Chicago[18][19]

Naperville

Slovakia Nitra, Slovakia (1993)[20]
Mexico Pátzcuaro, Mexico (2010)[21]

Peoria

Germany Friedrichshafen, Germany (1976)[22]

Roselle

Poland Bochnia, Poland

Indiana

  • Sources for sister cities in Indiana[38]

Iowa

Davenport[39]

Republic of Ireland Carlow County, Ireland
Germany Kaiserslautern, Germany

Sioux City[40]

Japan Yamanashi, Yamanashi City, Japan

Kansas

Leavenworth[41]

Australia Wagga Wagga, Australia
Japan Omihachiman, Japan

Kentucky

Danville [42]

Republic of Ireland Carrickfergus, Ireland

Elizabethtown[43]

Japan Koori, Fukushima Japan

Lexington[44]

France Deauville, France
Republic of Ireland County Kildare, Ireland
Japan Shinhidaka, Japan
United Kingdom Newmarket, England, United Kingdom

Louisiana

Maine

Maryland

Massachusetts

Michigan

Minnesota

Minneapolis

Saint Paul

Ecuador Quito, Ecuador[57] (1974)

Mississippi

Missouri

Neosho

Federated States of Micronesia Pohnpei, Federated States of Micronesia[58]

Montana

Nebraska

Grand Island:

Germany :Bad Segeberg, Germany[59]

Nevada

New Hampshire

New Hampshire

New Jersey

New Mexico

Albuquerque[60]

Spain Alburquerque, Spain
Turkmenistan Ashgabat, Turkmenistan
Mexico Chihuahua, Mexico
Mexico Guadalajara, Mexico
Germany Helmstedt, Germany
Taiwan Hualien, Taiwan
China Lanzhou, China
Israel Rehovot, Israel
Japan Sasebo, Japan

New York

North Carolina

North Dakota

Ohio

Oklahoma

Oregon

Boring

Scotland Dull, Scotland[67][68][69]

Eugene

South Korea Jinju, South Korea[70]

Milwaukie

Japan Iwaki, Aomori, Japan[71]

Newport

Japan Monbetsu, Hokkaido, Japan[72]

Pennsylvania

Rhode Island

South Carolina

Pendleton

Scotland Stornoway, Comhairle nan Eilean Siar, Scotland, UK[73][74]

Columbia

Romania Cluj-Napoca, Cluj, Romania [75]

South Dakota

Tennessee

Franklin[76]

Canada Carleton Place, Ontario, Canada
Republic of Ireland County Laois, Leinster, Ireland

Texas

Grapevine

Scotland Livingston, West Lothian, Scotland, United Kingdom[77]

Houston

Ecuador Guayaquil, Ecuador[78]

Laredo[79][80]

Utah

Provo[81]

Germany Meissen, Germany
China Nanning, China
China Chengdu, China

Salt Lake City[82]

Ukraine Chernivtsi, Ukraine
Russia Izhevsk, Russia
Taiwan Keelung, Taiwan
Japan Matsumoto, Japan[83][84]
Bolivia Oruro, Bolivia
Philippines Quezon City, Philippines
Republic of Ireland Thurles, Ireland
Italy Torino, Italy

Sandy[85]

Mexico Piedras Negras, Mexico
Germany Riesa, Germany

Vermont

Virginia

Alexandria

Scotland Dundee, Scotland, United Kingdom (1962)[86][87]

Chesapeake

Joinville, Brazil[88]

Charlottesville[89]

France Besancon, France
Bulgaria Pleven, Bulgaria
Italy Poggio a Caiano, Italy
Ghana Winneba, Ghana

Fredericksburg

Italy Este, Italy[90]
France Fréjus, France[91]
Nepal Kathmandu, Nepal[92]
Ghana Princes Town, Ghana[91]
Germany Schwetzingen, Germany[93]

Richmond:[94]

England Richmond, England, United Kingdom
Japan Saitama City, Japan
Mali Ségou, Mali
Namibia Windhoek, Namibia
China Zhengzhou, China

Washington

Bellevue[95]

Taiwan Hualien, Taiwan
Czech Republic Kladno, Czech Republic
Latvia Liepaja, Latvia
Japan Yao, Japan

Federal Way

Japan Hachinohe, Japan[96]

Kelso

Scotland Kelso, Scottish Borders, Scotland, United Kingdom[97][98][better source needed]

Seattle[99]

Spokane[100]

South Korea Jecheon, South Korea
China Jilin, China
Republic of Ireland Limerick, Ireland
Italy Cagli, Italy
Japan Nishinomiya, Japan

Walla Walla[101]

Japan Tamba-Sasayama, Japan

West Virginia

Charleston[102]

Slovakia Banská Bystrica, Slovakia[103]

Wisconsin

La Crosse[104]

Republic of Ireland Bantry, Ireland
Russia Dubna, Russia
France Épinal, France
Norway Førde, Norway
Germany Friedberg, Bavaria, Germany
China Luoyang, China

Madison[105]

Manitowoc[106]

Germany Bad Nauheim, Germany
Japan Kamogawa, Chiba, Japan
Taiwan Xindian District, Taiwan

Menasha, Wisconsin[107]

Japan Maebashi, Gunma, Japan

Menomonie[108]

Japan Minaminasu, Tochigi, Japan

Milwaukee[109]

Poland Białystok, Poland
Republic of Ireland Galway, Ireland
India Kanpur, India[110]
Tanzania Morogoro, Tanzania
China Ningbo, China
Cuba Nuevitas, Cuba
Russia Omsk, Russia
Germany Schwerin, Germany
Israel Tiberias, Israel
Nicaragua Ticuantepe, Nicaragua

Mineral Point[111]

England Redruth, England, United Kingdom

Mishicot[112]

Switzerland Le Châble, Switzerland

New Glarus[113]

Switzerland Glarus, Switzerland
Mexico San Cristóbal de las Casas, Mexico

Platteville[114]

Nicaragua Mateare, Nicaragua

Racine[115]

Denmark Aalborg, Denmark
Nicaragua Bluefields, Nicaragua
Brazil Fortaleza, Brazil
France Montélimar, France
Japan Ōiso, Kanagawa, Japan

Rice Lake[116]

Japan Japan
Czech Republic Žamberk, Czech Republic

Richland Center[117]

Nicaragua Santa Teresa, Carazo, Nicaragua

Sheboygan[118]

Germany Esslingen am Neckar, Germany
Japan Tsubame, Niigata, Japan

Stevens Point[119]

Nicaragua Estelí, Nicaragua
Poland Gulcz, Poland
Russia Rostov, Russia

Stoughton[120]

Norway Gjøvik, Norway

Superior[121]

Japan Ami, Ibaraki, Japan[122]

Waukesha[123]

Nicaragua Granada, Nicaragua
Kazakhstan Kokshetau, Kazakhstan

Waupaca[124]

Japan Nio, Kagawa, Japan

Wisconsin Dells[125]

Japan Iwaizumi, Japan[126]

Wyoming

Cheyenne[127]

Taichung, Taiwan
Bismarck, North Dakota
Lompoc, California
Lourdes, France
Voghera, Italy
Hammam Sousse, Tunisia
Waimea, Hawaii
Accra, Ghana

Cody[128]

Georgia (country) Lanchkhuti, Georgia

Rock Springs[129]

Skofja Loka, Slovenia

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