List of sister cities in California

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This is a list of Sister Cities in the United States state of California arranged alphabetically by city.

This is a subset of List of sister cities in the United States.

Rizhao, China
Camoapa, Nicaragua
Zacatecas, Mexico
Namur, Belgium
Tula, Hidalgo, Mexico
Abtenau, Austria
Brisbane, Australia
Jericho, Palestinian Authority
Loreto, Baja California Sur, Mexico
Clunes, Australia
Kitakami, Japan
Okazaki, Japan
Xalapa, Mexico
Quezon City, Philippines
  • Dos Palos, California
Bastogne, Belgium (1973)
Bray, Ireland
Grahamstown, South Africa
Hondo, Japan
Maebaru, Japan
Nirasaki, Japan
Moka, Japan
Bodmin, United Kingdom
  • Gustine
Serreta, Terceira, Azores, Portuguese Republic
Tsushima, Japan
Loreto, Mexico
Lachin, Nagorno-Karabakh
Takino, Japan
Anjo, Japan
Salvatierra, Mexico
Isehara, Japan
Shangyu, China
Wakami, Japan
Takaishi, Japan
Athens, Greece
Auckland, New Zealand
Beirut, Lebanon
Berlin, Germany
Bordeaux, France
Busan, South Korea
Eilat, Israel
Giza, Egypt
Guangzhou, China
Ischia, Italy
Jakarta, Indonesia
Kaunas, Lithuania
Lusaka, Zambia
Makati, Philippines
Mexico City, Mexico
Mumbai, India
Nagoya, Japan
Saint Petersburg, Russia
Salvador, Brazil
San Salvador, El Salvador
Split, Croatia
Taipei, Taiwan
Tehran, Iran
Vancouver, Canada
Yerevan, Armenia
Miasa, Japan
Tecate, Mexico
Penzance, England, United Kingdom
Shepparton, Australia

Tábor, Czech Republic
Salem, Massachusetts, USA
Poncitlán, Mexico
San Luis Potosí, Mexico
Shimonoseki, Japan
Hashimoto, Japan
Chignahuapan, Mexico
Sehmatal, Germany
Narita, Japan
Okotoks, Alberta, Canada

Naga City, Philippines
Ribeirao Preto, Brazil
Narvacan, Philippines
Manzanillo, Mexico
Sakaide, Japan
Vina del Mar, Chile
Aalborg, Denmark (1971)
Aswan, Egypt
Gómez Palacio, Mexico
Hawkesbury, Australia
Kashiwa, Japan
Memuro, Japan
Corn Island, Nicaragua
Changshu, China
La Piedad, Mexico
Šiauliai County, Lithuania
Fujishiro, Japan

References[edit]

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