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Abbadia Lariana (LC): Gensac-la-Pallue (France); Bosonohy (Czech Republic)
Abbiategrasso (MI): Ellwangen (Germany); Langres (France)
Albese con Cassano (CO): Saint Gerons (Ariege - France)
Almenno San Salvatore (BG): Soller e Valdemosa (Island of Majorca - Spain)
Arcore (MB): Corinaldo (Ancona - Marche - Italy)
Arese (MI): Mosonmagyaróvár (Hungary)
Arluno (MI): San Justo (Argentine), since 2005
Assago (MI): Nozay (France), since September 2006; Strelice (Czech Republic), since September 2006
Asso (CO): Saint-Peray (France), since 2001
Bagolino (BS): Oettingen (Bavaria, Germany), since September 2000; Mozac (France)
Ballabio (LC): Metsovo (Greece); Hillion (Bretagna, France)
Barzago (LC): Tournon Saint Martin (France), since 1996
Belgioioso (PV): La Fouillouse (France), since October 2008
Bergamo (BG): Greenville (South Carolina - United States), since 4 November 1985; Mulhouse (France), since 24 November 1989; Tver (Russia), since 27 October 1989; Beng Bu (People’s Republic of China), since 5 September 1988
Brescia (BS): Bethlehem (West Bank); Darmstadt (Assia, Germany), since 1991; Logroño (Rioja, Spain), since June 2006
Broni (PV): Ferrara (Emilia-Romagna - Italy), since 2001
Burago di Molgora (MB): Saint Symphorien d'Ozon (France)
Busto Arsizio (VA): Domodossola (Verbano Cusio Ossola - Piedmont - Italy)
Carnate (MB): Plaisance du Touch (France)
Cassiglio (BG): Pont de Planches (France), since 1992
Castenedolo (BS): Gradacac (Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina)
Castiglione delle Stiviere (MN): Leutkirch (Germany); Monteprandone (Ascoli Piceno - Marche - Italy); Ville de Barentin (France)
Cittiglio (VA): Camerota (Salerno-Campania-Italy)
Codogno (LO): Solagna (Vicenza - Veneto - Italy)
Colico (LC): Wolfegg (Germany)
Colverde (CO): Opatov (Czech Republic), since 20013
Corsico (MI): Matarò (Catalunia, Spain), since 1993; Malakoff (France), since 1970; Regla (Cuba), since 2004
Cremona (CR): Alaquàs (Spain), since January 2004
Dervio (LC): Rousínov (Czech Republic)
Desenzano del Garda (BS): Wiener Neustadt (Austria), since April 2002; Antibes - Juan Les Pins (Côte d'Azur, France), since July 2001; Sal (Cape Verde)
Erba (CO): Tournon (France); Tain L'Hermitage (France); Fellbach (Germany)
Esine (BS): Civitanova Marche (Macerata - Marche - Italy), since March 1989
Galbiate (LC): La Londes Les Maures (Côte d'Azur, France) , since January 2001
Gazzada Schianno (VA): Seckach (Germany), since 2005
Godiasco Salice Terme (PV): Challes-les-Eaux (Savoia, France), since May 2000
Gorgonzola (MI): Ambert (France); Annweiler am Trifels (Germany)
Gorno (BG): Kalgoorlie Boulder (Australia), since 20th August 2003
Imbersago (LC): Pont-Evêque (France), since May 2003
Jerago con Orago (VA): Untergruppenbach (Heilbronn, Germany); Chazelles-sur-Lyon (Loira, France)
Lainate (MI): Strenci (Latvia), since May 2005; Rosice (Czech Republic), since May 2005
Lallio (BG): Schòngeising (Germany), since 1993
Lazzate (MB): Le Bois Plage en Ré (France), since 2005
Mapello (BG): Sasbach (Germany)
Mazzano (BS): St. Germain des Fossés (Clemont-Ferrant, France), since October 2002
Melzo (MI): Vilafranca del Penedès (Spain)
Merate (LC): Buzançais (France)
Mezzago (MB): Reilingen (Germany); Saint Pierre de Chandieu (France)
Moggio (LC): Moggio Udinese (Udine - Friuli Venezia Giulia - Italy)
Montesegale (PV): Valbelle (Haute-Provence, France), since April del 2000
Morbegno (SO): Llanberis (Wales, United Kingdom), since October 2004
Pandino (CR): Saint Denis en Val (France)
Pero (MI): Fuscaldo (Cosenza-Calabria - Italy)
Pioltello (MI): Pietraperzia (Enna - Sicily - Italy), since August 2006
Ponte Lambro (CO): Carbone (Potenza-Basilicata-Italy), since 2010; Cortale (Catanzaro-Calabria-Italy), since 2010; Kamianets Podilshyi (Ukrainian), since 2006; Zawiecie (Poland), since 2004
Rodengo Saiano (BS): Kurten (Germany)
Roncaro (PV): Hericourt-en-Caux (France), since June 2004
Roncello (MB): Nowy Duninow (Poland)
Rovetta (BG): Vilafant (Catalonia, Spain)
Samarate (VA): Yeovil (England, United Kingdom), since 2001
San Bassano (CR): Arceau (France), since February 2006
San Pellegrino Terme (BG): Burgdorf (canton of Berne, Switzerland); La Salle Les Alpes (Hautes Alpes, France); Larino (Campobasso, Molise - Italy)
Sannazzaro de' Burgondi (PV): Szazhalombatta (Hungary)
Sarezzo (BS): Oberhaslach (France)
Saronno (VA): Challans (Vendée department, France), since November 2004
Sondrio (SO): São Mateus (Brazil), since November 2004
Sotto il Monte Giovanni XXIII (BG): Marktl am Inn (Bavaria-Germany), since 2009
Spinadesco (CR): Soyons (Ardéche - France)
Telgate (BG): Smartno (Slovenia), since May 2006
Travacò Siccomario (PV): Camaret-sur-Aygues (France)
Travagliato (BS): Beaufort en Anjou (Loire Valley, France)
Trescore Balneario (BG): Zuera (Saragozza, Spain), since October 2006
Varedo (MB): Champagnole (Regione Franche-Comtè, France), since May 2000
Vedano al Lambro (MB): Domène (France)
Viadana (MN): Kleszczow (Poland), since September 2006; Alba Iulia (Romania), since September 2006
Villanuova sul Clisi (BS): Trébeurden (Costa d'Armor, Bretagna, France), since 2000
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