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Emilia-Romagna: Towns Twinning

Bagnacavallo (RA): Neresheim (Germany), since 1994; Strzyzòw (Poland), since 2006
Bagnara di Romagna (RA): Adelmannsfelden (Germany), since May 2007; Saint Drézéry (France), since September 2008
Bobbio (PC): Ybbs an der Donau (Austria); Navan (Republic of Ireland)
Bologna (BO): La Plata (Argentina), since 23 November 1988; Tolosa (France), since 23 November 1981; Coventry (United Kingdom), since 21 April 1984; Kharkov (Ucraine), since 5 August 1966; Zagabria (Croatia), since 5 May 1963; Valencia (Spain), since 27 March 1976; Lipsia (Germany), since 2 May 1962; San Carlos (Nicaragua), since 21 May 1988; Salonicco (Greece), since 29th October 1981; Saint-Louis (Senegal), since 9 December 1991; Tuzla (Bosnia ed Erzegovina), since 21 July 1994; Saint-Louis (Missouri, United States), since 30th July 1987
Borgo Val di Taro (PR): Charenton (France)
Brisighella (RA): Zwingerberg (Germany)
Budrio (BO): Eichenau (Germany), since 1991; Gyula (Hungary), since 1992
Busseto (PR): Carry Le Rouet (France)
Cadeo (PC): Marsaxlokk Bay (Malta)
Casola Valsenio (RA): Bartholomä (Germany)
Castel Bolognese (RA): Abtsgmünd (Germany)
Castel San Pietro Terme (BO): Lovran (Croatia); Matulji (Croatia); Bad Salzschlirf (Germany), since 2007; Opatija (Croatia), since 1983
Castenaso (BO): Rethymno (Creta, Greece), since October 1987
Cattolica (RN): Faches Thumesnil (France), since 22th April 1979; Saint Die des Vosges (France), since 13th July 1997; Hodonin (Repubblica Ceka), since 5th October 1996
Cento (FE): Székesfehérvar (Hungary), since 1998; Vicente Lopez (Buenos Aires - Argentina), since 2000
Cervia (RA): Mahon (Balearic Island of Minorca, Spain), since May 1998; Jelenia Gora (Poland)
Conselice (RA): Bourgoin-Jallieu (France), since October 1996
Cotignola (RA): Hüttlingen (Ostalbkreis, Germany), since September 2006
Felino (PR): Cumières (France)
Ferrara (FE): Buenos Aires (Argentina); Kaufbeuren (Germany); Kallithea (Greece); Giessen (Germany); Formia (Latina, Lazio - Italy); Lerida (Spain); Praga (Czech Republic); Saint Etienne (France); Broni (Pavia, Lombardy - Italy), since 2001
Fidenza (PR): Sisteron (Provence - France); Herrenberg (Germany)
Fiscaglia (FE): Treveneuc (France), since 1998
Fontanellato (PR): Falkoping (Sweden); Kisslegg (Algovia, Germany)
Forlimpopoli (FC): Villeneuve Loubet (Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur, France)
Formigine (MO): Monte Urano (Fermo-Marche-Italy)
Fusignano (RA): Biddulph (England)
Gaggio Montano (BO): Sauveterre du Gard (France)
Granarolo dell'Emilia (BO): Bagnères de Bigorre (France)
Jolanda di Savoia (FE): Borovany (Czech Republic)
Langhirano (PR): Tauste (Spain); Cavaillon (France); Nove (Vicenza - Veneto - Italy); Espalion (France)
Lizzano in Belvedere (BO): Hilzingen (Germany), since September 2001
Marano sul Panaro (MO): Kofina (Island of Crete - Greece)
Medicina (BO): Romilly sur Seine (France); Skofja Loka (Slovenia)
Mirandola (MO): Villejuif (France), since1958; Ostfildern (Germany), since 2002
Novellara (RE): Nevè Shalom (Israel), since November 1994; Novy Jicin (Czech Republic), since September 1964; Sancti Spiritus (Cuba), since January 1998; Santa Gertrudes (Sao Paulo, Brazil), since October 1999
Ozzano dell'Emilia (BO): Staffanstorp (Sweden), since June 2003
Pavullo nel Frignano (MO): Strzegom (Poland), since 2005
Podenzano (PC): Kani Bonzon (Mali, Africa); Hajdudorog (Hungary)
Porretta Terme (BO): Ollioules (Provence, France), since May 2004; Francisco Villa (Chiapas, Mexico)
Poviglio (RE): Plédran (Côtes-d'Armor, Bretagna, France)
Quattro Castella (RE): Weilburg (Germany), since 2002; Buzet (Croatia); Brye (France)
Ravenna (RA): Speyer (Renania-Palatinato, Germany); Chartres (dipartimento Eure et Loir, France); Chichester (West Sussex, United Kingdom), since 1996
Rimini (RN): Saint-Maur-des Fossés (France), since June 1967; Fort Lauderdale (Florida, United States), since April 1985; Ziguinchor (Senegal), since June 1974; Sochi (Russia), since April 1977; Yangzhou (People’s Republic of China), since March 1999; Seraing (Belgium), since May 1976
Riolo Terme (RA): Oberasbach (Germany), since June 2005
Rubiera (RE): Neulingen (Germany), since July 1991; Györújbarát (Hungary), since April 2005
Russi (RA): Saluggia (Vercelli-Piemonte-Italy); Beaumont (France); Bopfingen (Germany)
Salsomaggiore Terme (PR): Hammam-Lif (Tunisia), since June 1960; Yalta (Russia), since 2009
Sarmato (PC): Fontenay sur Bois (France)
Sarsina (FC): Lezoux (France), since September 1960; Lopik (Netherlands), since September 1960; Grebenstein (Land dell'Assia, Germany), since May 1992
Savignano sul Rubicone (FC): Vals Les Bains (France), since May 1997
Scandiano (RE): Almansa (Spain), since September 1989; Blansko (Czech Republic), since September 1964; Tubize (Belgium), since 1975
Sogliano al Rubicone (FC): Sayda (Germany); Mezibori (Czech Republic)
Soliera (MO): Paiporta (Valencia, Spain)
Traversetolo (PR): Majano del Friuli (Udine - Friuli-Venezia Giulia - Italy); Oraison (France)
Valsamoggia (BO): Bellreguard (Valencia, Spain)
Verghereto (FC): Saint Germain Source Seine (France), since 2002; Melissano (Lecce-Puglia-Italy)
Vigarano Mainarda (FE): Caudebec les Elbeuf (France); Salgòtàrian (Hungary)
Vignola (MO): Barbezieux Saint Hilaire (Charente, France), since 1982; Angol (Chile); Witzenhausen (Werra-Meissner, Germany), since 1982
Ziano Piacentino (PC): Ponte-de-L'Isere (France)
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