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Acqui Terme (AL): Argostoli (Greece)
Airasca (TO): Villa Trinidad (Argentina), since April 2005
Alba (CN): Banská Býstrica (Slovacchia), since 1969; Medford (Oregon, United States), since 16 May 1960; Sant Cugat del Valles (Spain), since 2007; Böblingen (Germany), since 1984; Arlon (Belgium), since 2004; Beausoleil (France), since 1995
Alessandria (AL): Karlovac (Croatia), since 1963; Hradec Krláové (Czech Republic), since 1961; Argenteuil (France), since 1960; Rosario (Argentina), since 1988; Alba Iulia (Romania), since 2008; Jericho (Palestine), since 2004
Alluvioni Cambiò (AL): Vianne (France), since 1998
Alpignano (TO): Schmalkalden (Germany); Fontaine (France)
Arignano (TO): Comillas (Spain)
Arona (NO): Compiègne (France); Huy (Belgium); Arona De Tenerife (Spain)
Asti (AT): Menfi (Agrigento - Sicily - Italy), since 28th June 1997
Beinasco (TO): Piatra Neamt (Romania)
Biella (BI): Tourcoing (France); Arequipa (Peru); Weihai (People’s Republic of China); Kiryu (Japan)
Borgo San Dalmazzo (CN): Breil sur Roya (France); Saint Dalmas Valdeblore (France); La Vega (Dominican Republic)
Borgomanero (NO): Digne les Bains (France); Bad Mergentheim (Germany)
Borgosesia (VC): Roccaraso (Aquila-Abruzzo-Italy)
Bra (CN): Corral de Bustos - Ifflinger (Marco Juarez, Cordoba), since 2007; Weil der Stadt (Germany), since 2001; San Sosti (Cosenza - Calabria - Italy), since 2007; Spreitenbach (canton of Aargau, Switzerland), since 1988
Brusnengo (BI): Lexington (Missouri-USA)
Buriasco (TO): Maria Juana (Santa Fe, Argentina), since 1988
Buttigliera Alta (TO): Jougne (Doubs, France), since March 1981
Cameri (NO): Vännäs (Contea del Vasterbotten, Sweden), since May 2003
Candiolo (TO): Pouilly Sous Charlieu (France, since 2007); Santa Cruz (Island of Santiago, Cape Verde), since May 2005
Carmagnola (TO): Opatija (Croatia)
Cascinette d'Ivrea (TO): Novy Bydzov (Czech Republic)
Caselle Torinese (TO): Monteros (Cordoba, Argentina), since March 2006
Castagnole delle Lanze (AT): Zbroslawice (Poland); Charnay les Macon (France); Tarnalelesz (Hungary); Brackenheim (Germany)
Castell'Alfero (AT): Lafrançaise (France)
Castellamonte (TO): Saint Amand en Puisaye (France)
Castelnuovo Scrivia (AL): Port Sainte Marie (Lot-et-Garonne department, Aquitaine, France), since 1963; Santa Domenica Talao (Cosenza - Calabria - Italy)
Castiglione Falletto (CN): Muntelier (Switzerland), since April 1997
Cervasca (CN): Allos (France)
Cherasco (CN): Aksakovo (Bulgaria), since 2010; Möckmühl (Germany), since 2001; Cefa (Romania), since 2006; Villars sur Var (France), since 1990; Piliscsaba (Hungary), since 2005
Chieri (TO): Épinal (Lorraine, France), since December 2000; Tolve (Basilicata), since 2006; Adria (Rovigo, Veneto - Italy), since 2010; Nanoro (Burkina Faso), since 2001
Coazze (TO): Decazeville (France)
Collegno (TO): Gaiba (Rovigo - Veneto - Italy), since 2003; Cerdanyola del Vallès (Spain), since October 1980; Volzhsky (Russia), since September 1970; Antony (France), since June 1961; Rocchetta Sant'Antonio (Foggia - Apulia - Italy), since May 1999; Ousseltia (Tunisia), since April 1997; San Gregorio Magno (Salerno - Campania - Italy), since December 1980; Neubrandenburg (Germany), since September 1970; Sarajevo (Bosnia and Herzegovina), since November 1998; Havirov (Czech Republic), since September 1999; Sarospatack (Hungary), since March 1964; Matanzas (Cuba), since October 1997
Condove (TO): Saint Michel de Maurienne (France)
Domodossola (VB): Busto Arsizio (Varese-Lombardia-Italy); Brig (Swiss)
Feisoglio (CN): an Antonio de Litin (Argentina)
Fossano (CN): Camponogara (Venice-Veneto - Italy); Rafaela (Argentina)
Frassineto Po (AL): La Garde Freinet (France)
Frossasco (TO): Saint Jean de Moirans (France); Piamonte (Argentina), since 1998
Gabiano (AL): Santa Lucija (Malta); Lumpiaque (Spain)
Giaveno (TO): Chevreuse (France); Brinkmann (Argentina)
Grugliasco (TO): Echirolles (Grenoble, France)
Inverso Pinasca (TO): L'Argentière La Bessée (Hautes Alpes, France), since 1990
Isola Sant'Antonio (AL): Saint Jean de Folleville (Normandy-France), since 15 December 2001
La Morra (CN): Sulzburg (Germany)
Leini (TO): Bangolo (Ivory Coast)
Lombardore (TO): Casca (Brazil)
Luserna San Giovanni (TO): Savines Le Lac (France); Prievidza (Slovakia)
Mango (CN): Saint Rambert d'Albon (France)
Marene (CN): San Vicente (Argentina)
Mathi (TO): Las Parejas (Argentina)
Mezzomerico (NO): Bellefond (France), since June 2007
Momperone (AL): Lampedusa e Linosa (Agrigento – Sicily - Italy); Guazzora (Alessandria – Piedmont - Italy)
Monale (AT): Cazouls D'Herault (France)
Monasterolo di Savigliano (CN): Duncanville (Texas - United States)
Montalto Dora (TO): Cannara (Perugia - Umbira - Italy)
Montegrosso d'Asti (AT): Monginevro (France)
Monticello d'Alba (CN): Sastre-Ortiz (Argentina)
Moretta (CN): Menfi (Agrigento - Sicily - Italy), since May 1999
Neive (CN): Paladru (France)
Nizza Monferrato (AT): Savignano sul Rubicone (Forlì-Cesena - Emilia-Romagna - Italy), since March 1995
Nole (TO): Charvieu-Chavagneux (Val D'Isère, France), since 1987
Novalesa (TO): Monetier Les Bains (France)
Oulx (TO): Saint Donat sur l'Herbasse (Rhône-Alpes, France)
Pancalieri (TO): Ataliva (Argentina)
Pavarolo (TO): Le Cheylas (France), since November 1995
Perosa Argentina (TO): Plan de la Tour (Provence-Alpes- Côte d'Azur, France), since August 1994
Peveragno (CN): Solliès-Pont (France)
Pinasca (TO): Wiernsheim (Germany), since 1982
Pinerolo (TO): Derventa (Bosnia and Herzegovina), since July 2005; Traunstein (Bavaria, Germany), since August 1986; San Francisco (Cordoba, Argentina), since June 1996; Gap (Hautes-Alpes, France), since August 1963
Piossasco (TO): Cran-Gevrier (Haute-Savoie, France), since 1991
Piscina (TO): Suardi (Argentine)
Piverone (TO): Deg (Hungary)
Pomaretto (TO): Mirabel-et-Blacons (France)
Portacomaro (AT): Boè (France)
Pragelato (TO): Wembach-Hahn (Germany), since June 1974; Rohrbach (Germany), since June 1974
Prarostino (TO): Mont sur Rolle (Switzerland), since January 1976
Rivalba (TO): Els Hostalets de Pierola (Spain)
Rivarolo Canavese (TO): Sunchales (Argentina), since 1999
Rivoli (TO): Mollet del Valles (in the comarca of the Vallès Oriental in Catalonia, Spain); Kranj (Gorenjska, Slovenia); Ravensburg (Baden Wuttemberg, Germany); Montelimar (Rhone Alpes, France)
Roccasparvera (CN): Reillanne (Alpes de Haute Provence, France)
Romentino (NO): Alberobello (Bari-Puglia-Italy); Roseto Capo Spulico(Cosenza-Calabria-Italy); Saint-Marcel (France), since March 1985
Saluggia (VC): Russi (Ravenna-Emilia Romagna-Italy)
Samone (TO): Arc En Barrois (France)
San Carlo Canavese (TO): San Carlos Centro (Argentina), since August 1998
San Giorgio Canavese (TO): Campello sul Clitunno (Perugia – Umbria - Italy - Italy), since October 1998
San Maurizio Canavese (TO): General Cabrera (Argentina), since November 2004
San Mauro Torinese (TO): Mirande (France), since 1964; Eliana (Spain), since 1994
San Paolo Solbrito (AT): Kétpó (Hungary)
Santo Stefano Belbo (CN): Galvez (Argentina)
Savigliano (CN): Villa Maria (Argentina), since 2000; Pylos (Greece), since 1961; Mormanno (Cosenza - Calabria -Italy), since 1989
Scalenghe (TO): Zhlobin (Gomel, Bielorussia), since July 1992; Vila (Santa Fe, Argentina), since September 2003
Settimo Torinese (TO): Cavarzere (Venice - Veneto - Italy), since 7th May 2000; Chaville (France); Valls (Spain)
Tortona (AL): Privas (France); Weilburg (Germany); Zevenaar (Netherlands)
Turin (TO): Esch Sur Alzette (Luxembourg), since July 1958; Nagoya (Japan), since 2005; Campo Grande (Brazil), since April 2002; Chambery (France), since May 1957; Colonia (Germany), since July 1958; Cordoba (Argentina), since June 1986; Detroit (United States), since April 1998; Liegi (Belgium), since July 1958; Gaza (Gaza Strip), since March 1997; Haifa (Israel), since March 1997; Lille (France), since July 1958; Rotterdam (Netherlands), since July 1958; Glasgow (Scozia, United Kingdom), since 2001; Quetzaltenango (Guatemala), since October 1997; Shenyang (People’s Republic of China), since 1986
Venaria Reale (TO): Vizille (France), since 1961; Kribi (Camerun); Castronovo di Sicily - Italy (Palermo - Sicily - Italy)
Verbania (VB): Schwaz (Tyrol, Austria), since 1994; Sant Feliu de Guixols (Costa Brava, Catalogna, Spain), since 1994; Bourg-de-Peage (Drome, France), since 1961; Crikvenica (Croatia), since 1995; East Grinstead (West-Sussex, United Kingdom), since 1991; Mindelheim (Bavaria, Germany), since 1994
Vigone (TO): Cañada Rosquin (Santa Fè - Argentina), since 1995
Villanova d'Asti (AT): Santa Clara de Saguier (Argentina), since November 2006; Chateaurenard (France)
Villar Focchiardo (TO): Saint-Julien-Montdenis (France)
Villar Pellice (TO): Messimi sur Saône e Chaleins (France), since 1997
Villar San Costanzo (CN): Rosières (Haute-Loire, France)
Villarbasse (TO): Chignin (France), since 1991
Virle Piemonte (TO): Colonia Vignaud (Cordoba, Argentina), since 1995
Vogogna (VB): Lançon-Provence (France)
Volpiano (TO): Castries (France), since 2010
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