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Veneto: Towns Twinning

Adria (RO): Chieri (Torino-Piemonte-Italy), since 2010
Agordo (BL): Dolomieu (France)
Ariano nel Polesine (RO): Pont-Sainte-Marie (Aube department, Champagne-Ardenne, France)
Arre (PD): Warmeriville (France)
Auronzo di Cadore (BL): Ilòpolis (in the state Rio Grande do Sul - Brazil)
Bagnoli di Sopra (PD): Hard am Bodensee (Austria), since 1986
Bassano del Grappa (VI): Voiron (France); Herford (Germany); Muhlacker (Germany); Sebenico (Croatia)
Bonavigo (VR): Ober-Hilbersheim (Germany)
Borgoricco (PD): Kemerhisar (Turkey), since 20 June 2003
Boschi Sant'Anna (VR): Choni (Georgia), since May 2008
Bovolone (VR): Sinnai (Cagliari - Sardinia - Italy); Stadecken-Elsheim (Germany)
Caerano di San Marco (TV): Boissise Le Roi (France), since 2001
Camponogara (VE): Vinkovci (Croatia); Fossano (Cuneo-Piedmont - Italy)
Camposampiero (PD): Jaslo (Poland)
Candiana (PD): Lencloitre (France)
Caprino Veronese (VR): Gau-Algesheim (Germany); Saulieu (France)
Carrè (VI): Compans (France), since 2004
Castelcucco (TV): Rohr (Germany)
Cavarzere (VE): Cugnaux (France); Cassino (Frosinone - Lazio - Italy), since 26th April 1998; Settimo Torinese (Turin - Piedmont - Italy), since 7th May 2000
Ceneselli (RO): Albens-Savoie(France)
Chiampo (VI): Galtellì (Nuoro – Sardinia - Italy); Mondelange (France)
Cogollo del Cengio (VI): Mauthausen (Austria)
Conselve (PD): Torcy (France); Jaszberèny (Hungary)
Costermano (VR): Oberndorf Am Lech (Germany)
Dolcè (VR): Undenheim (Germany)
Dueville (VI): Calatayud (Spain); Schorndorf (Germany)
Fiesso d'Artico (VE): Saint-Marcellin (France), since September 2006
Fontanelle (TV): Auterive (France), since 1989
Fontaniva (PD): Amasra (Turkey), since 2005; Bartin (Turkey), since 2005
Fossalta di Portogruaro (VE): Aucamville (France), since 1990
Fratta Polesine (RO): Coversano (Bari-Puglia-Italy)
Fumane (VR): Atapuerca (Spain); Urdinarrain (Argentina); Tratalias (Carbonia-Iglesias - Sardinia - Italy)
Gaiba (RO): Rocchetta Sant'Antonio (Foggia - Apulia - Italy), da July 2004; Collegno (Turin - Piedmont - Italy), since September 2003; Alwernia (Poland), since September 2003
Galliera Veneta (PD): Carbonne (France); Jelenje (Croatia)
Illasi (VR): Woerth Isar (Bavaria-Germany)
Isola della Scala (VR): Eaubonne (France); Budenheim (Germany)
Lazise (VR): Rosenheim (Germany)
Limana (BL): Walferdange (Luxembourg), dal 1970; Schimthausen (Germany), since 1970; Longuyon (France), since 1970
Lonigo (VI): Abensberg (Bavaria - Germany), since 1999
Loria (TV): Bressols (Tarn-et-Garonne department in the Midi-Pyrénées region, France); Bressols (France)
Malo (VI): Peuerbach (Grieskirchen, Austria)
Marano di Valpolicella (VR): Appenheim (Germany)
Marostica (VI): Sao Bernardo Do Campo (Brazil); Tendo (Yamagata, Japan); Montigny (France)
Minerbe (VR): Schwabenhein (Mainz - Germany), since 2001
Montebelluna (TV): Dammarie-Les-Lys (France), since 1987; Oberkochen (Germany), since 1992; Tata (Hungary), since 2000
Montecchia di Crosara (VR): Desulo (Nuoro - Sardinia - Italy)
Montegrotto Terme (PD): Alajuela (Costa Rica), since September 2005; Rio Hondo (Argentina), since September 2005; Mostar (Bosnia and Herzegovina), since 2000; Mason City (Iowa-United States), since July 2004; Baile Herculane (Romania), since November del 2004
Nove (VI): Langhirano (Parma - Emilia-Romagna - Italy), since September 2001; Welkenraedt (Belgium)
Noventa Vicentina (VI): Asiago (Vicenza - Veneto - Italy), since 1995
Occhiobello (RO): Mennecy (France)
Oppeano (VR): Montegranaro (Fermo-Marche-Italy)
Padova (PD): Cagliari (Sardinia - Italy), since 2002; Boston (United States), since 1983; Beira (Mozambique), since 1995; Coimbra (Portugal), since 1998; Friburgo (Germany), since 1967; Iasi (Moldavia - Romania), since 1995; Zara (Croatia), since 2003; Handan (People’s Republic of China), since 1988; Nancy (France), since 1964
Pederobba (TV): Hettange-Grande (France)
Peschiera del Garda (VR): Villa Carlos Paz (Argentina), since September 2000; Ula Tirso (Oristano – Sardinia - Italy), since May 2002
Pianiga (VE): Giebelstadt (Bavaria, Germany)
Pincara (RO): Smiltene (Latvia)
Piove di Sacco (PD): Senden (Germany); Kobierzyce (Poland)
Ponte di Piave (TV): Castelginest (Haute-Garonne, France), since October 1987
Ponte San Nicolò (PD): Crest (France), since 2000
Portogruaro (VE): Ejea de los Caballeros (Aragona, Spain), since September 2001; Marmande (Lot and Garonne, Aquitaine, France), since 1987
Povegliano Veronese (VR): Ockenheim (Germany); La Concepcion (Ecuador)
Revine Lago (TV): Mitterdorf an der Raab (Austria)
Roncà (VR): Wackernheim (Germany), since 2000
Rosà (VI): Schallstadt (Germany)
Rosolina (RO): Taicang (Republic of China), since 2000
Rovigo (RO): Satonevri (Burkina Faso); Viernheim (Germany)
San Biagio di Callalta (TV): Union (France); Santa Tereza (Brazil)
San Donà di Piave (VE): Villeneuve sur Lot (Dipartimento Lot et Garonne, Aquitaine, France)
San Giorgio in Bosco (PD): Skahovica (Bosnia)
San Vendemiano (TV): Nova Gorica (Slovenia), since 1973
San Zenone degli Ezzelini (TV): Marling (Bavaria, Germany), since July 2006
Sandrigo (VI): Røst (Nordland, Norway), since September 2002
Santa Lucia di Piave (TV): Castanet-Tolosan (France)
Santo Stefano di Cadore (BL): Montespertoli (Florence - Tuscany - Italy)
Schio (VI): Kaposvar (Hungary); Landshut (Bavaria, Germany), since October 1981; Petange (Luxembourg)
Segusino (TV): Saint Jory (France), since 1997; Chipilo (Mexico), since 1982
Soave (VR): Claye-Souilli (France), since May 1999
Solagna (VI): Codogno (Lodi - Lombardy - Italy)
Spinea (VE): Veroli (Frosinone-Lazio-Italy)
Stanghella (PD): Jardin (Rhône-Alpes, France), since April 2002
Trecenta (RO): Conversano (Bari-Puglia-Italy)
Tregnago (VR): Ollolai (Nuoro – Sardinia – Italy), since November 2002
Treviso (TV): Orleans (France), since 1965; Timisoara (Romania)
Trissino (VI): Neu-Ulm (Bavaria, Germany)
Valdagno (VI): Prien am Chiemsee (Bavaria, Germany), since 1987
Valdastico (VI): Encantado (Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil)
Valdobbiadene (TV): Mor (Hungary), since December 2005
Venice (VE): Sarajevo (Bosnia Erzegovina), since May 1994; Suzhou (Jangshu, People’s Republic of China), since March 1980; Tallin (Estonia)
Vicenza (VI): Annecy (Haute-Savoie, France), since 1995; Pforzheim (Land del Baden - Wurttemberg, Germany), since 1991
Vidor (TV): Petritoli (Fermo-Marche-Italy), since 2004
Vigonza (PD): Belene (Bulgaria)
Villaverla (VI): Tuglie (Lecce - Apulia - Italy), since September 2006
Villorba (TV): Arborea (Oristano-Sardegna-Italy)
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