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Liguria: Towns Twinning

Albenga (SV): Dabas (Hungary), since 2004
Ameglia (SP): Kemecse (Hungary), since 2006
Andora (SV): Larvik (Norway), since 2006
Arenzano (GE): Domburg (Netherlands), since November 1958; Lutraki (Greece), since October 1957; El Jadida (Marocco), since July 1964; Pontoise (France), since February 1958; Tata (Hungary), since June 1994
Arnasco (SV): Brading (Isle of Wight, England), since 2004
Avegno (GE): Avegno (Switzerland)
Bordighera (IM): Villefranche sur Mer (France), since 1956; Neckarsulm (Germany), since 1963
Camogli (GE): Tuningen (Germany)
Campo Ligure (GE): Corbelin (France)
Castelnuovo Magra (SP): Oliveira De Azemis (Portugal), since 2005; Burton Latimer (Northamptonshire, England, United Kingdom), since 2002
Celle Ligure (SV): Celle (Lower Saxony, Germany), since June 2001
Cervo (IM): Cervo (Lugo, Galizia, Spain)
Chiusanico (IM): Vilobí del Penedès (Catalogna, Spain), since 2003
Cisano sul Neva (SV): Bigastro (Valencian Community, Spain), since 2002; Le Vigan (Gard, Linguadoca-Rossiglione, France), since 2002
Cogoleto (GE): Saint Andrè Les Vergers (France), since October 2006; Ober-Ramstadt (Germany), since 1960; Olympia (Greece), since June 2005; Santa Coloma de Gramenet (Spain), since March 1997
Finale Ligure (SV): Benalmadena (Málaga, Andalusia, Spain), since 2005; Coseano (Udine - Friuli Venezia Giulia - Italy)
Genoa (GE): Huelva (Spain); Rijeka (Croatia), since 2005; Odessa (Ucraine); Chios (Greece), since 1985
Imperia (IM): Mandelieu La Napoule (France), since 2000; Newport (Rhode Island, United States); Rosario (Argentina), since 1987
La Spezia (SP): Tolone (France), since 1959; Bayreuth (Bavaria, Germany)
Laigueglia (SV): Höhr Grenzhausen (Germany), since 1972; Semur-En-Auxois (Burgundy, France), 2000
Loano (SV): Francheville (France), since 1998
Monterosso al Mare (SP): Saint-Genes-Champanelle (France), since 2003
Montoggio (GE): Sainte Lucie De Porto Vecchio (France), since 2006; Radomysl (Czech Republic), since 2006
Murialdo (SV): Schweich (Germany), since 1995
Noli (SV): Langenargen (Germany), since 2005
Ospedaletti (IM): Soulac sur Mer (Gironde, France), since 1972
Perinaldo (IM): Tourves (Provence, France), since 1993
Piana Crixia (SV): Saint Jodard (France), 2001
Pieve di Teco (IM): Bagnols-en-Forêt (France), since 1990
Portofino (GE): Palma De Mallorca (Spain); Kinsale (Republic of Ireland)
Prelà (IM): Chateauneuf (France), since 2005
San Biagio della Cima (IM): Camps la Source (France), 2005
Sanremo (IM): Atami (Japan), since 1976; Helsingor (Denmark); Karlskoga (Sweden)
Sant'Olcese (GE): Martorelles (Spain), since 2002
Sarzana (SP): Villefranche De Rouergue (France), since 1961; Eger (Hungary)
Sassello (SV): Alquerias del Nino Perdido (Castellón, Valencian Community, Spain), since 2002
Savona (SV): Villingen Schwenningen (Germany)
Seborga (IM): L'Escarene (France), since 2003
Sestri Levante (GE): Dole (France), since 1983
Spotorno (SV): Saarbrücken (Germany), since 1958; Høje-Taastrup (Denmark); Bad Dürrheim (Germany)
Triora (IM): La Brigue (Provence-Alpes- Côte d'Azur, France)
Vado Ligure (SV): La Ravoire (France), since 2002
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