List of twin towns and sister cities in Scotland

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Aberdeen[edit]

Zimbabwe – :Bulawayo, Zimbabwe (1986)[1]

France – :Clermont-Ferrand, Auvergne, France (1983)[1][2]

Belarus – :Gomel, Belarus (1990) [1][3]

Germany – :Regensburg, Bavaria, Germany (1955)[4][5]

Norway – :Stavanger, Rogaland, Norway (1990)[1][6][7][8]

Aberdeenshire[edit]

France – :Martignas-sur-Jalle, France[9]

Belgium – :Chievres, Belgium

France – :Bressuire, France [10][11]

France – :Bagneres-de-Bigorre, France (2016)[12]

Norway – :Ålesund, Norway [13][14]

France – : Achères, Yvelines, France [15]

Angus[edit]

France – :Josselin, Brittany, France[16]

France – :Maule, France (1992)[16][17]

Italy – :Sauze d'Oulx, Italy [18]

France – :Chabanais, France (1992)[16][19]

France – :Volvic, France (1976)[16][20]

France – :Soyaux, France (1994)[16]

France – :Léguillac-de-l'Auche, France

Republic of Ireland – :Monasterboice, Ireland (2000)[21]

France – :Luzarches, France (1994)[16][22][23][24][25][26]

Argyll and Bute[edit]

Germany – :Kümmersbruck, Bavaria, Germany[27]

France – :Thouars, France[16][28][29][30][31]

United States – :Laurinburg, North Carolina, United States[32][33][34]

Republic of Ireland – :Gorey, Ireland[32][33][35]

Dumfries & Galloway[edit]

Germany – :Gifhorn, Germany[36][37]

Germany – :Passau, Germany

Italy – :Cantù, Italy[38]

United States – :Annapolis, Maryland, United States[39]

France – :Montreuil-sur-Ille, France[40]

Dundee[edit]

France – :Orléans, France (1946)[16][41]

Croatia – :Zadar, Croatia (1959)[41]

Germany – :Würzburg, Germany (1962)[41]

United States – :Alexandria, Virginia, United States (1962)[42][41]

State of Palestine – :Nablus, Palestine (1980)[41][43]

United Arab Emirates – :Dubai, United Arab Emirates (2004)[44]

United States – :West Dundee, Illinois, United States (2013)[45]

East Ayrshire[edit]

France – :Joue-les-Tours, Paris & Île-de-France, France (1989)[16][46]

France – :Alès, Languedoc-Roussillon, France (1974)[16][47]

Belgium – :Herstal, Wallonia, Belgium (1977)[48]

Germany – :Kulmbach, Bavaria, Germany (1948)[49]

Spain – :Santa Coloma de Gramenet, Catalonia, Spain (1994)[50]

Georgia (country) – :Sukhumi, Abkhazia, Georgia[51]

East Dunbartonshire[edit]

France – :Corbeil-Essonnes, France

Japan – :Yoichi, Japan[52]

East Lothian[edit]

United States – :Kingston, Massachusetts, United States

France – :Lignières, France (1994)[16][53][54][55]

United States – :Martinez, California, United States (1981)[55][56]

France – :Aubigny-sur-Nère, France[55][57]

France – :Champigny-sur-Marne, France (1961)[16][55][58]

Italy – :Rosignano Marittimo, Italy[55][58]

Denmark – :Kerteminde, Denmark[59]

Italy – :Barga, Italy (2007)[55][60][61][62][63][64]

Edinburgh[edit]

Denmark – :Aalborg, Denmark (1964)[65]

New Zealand – :Dunedin, New Zealand (1974)[66]

Italy – :Florence, Italy (1964)[67]

GermanyMunich, Germany (1954)[68]

France – :Nice, France (1958)[16][69]

United States – :San Diego, California, United States (1977)[70]

Canada – :Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Falkirk[edit]

Germany – :Odenwald Region, Germany (1975)[71][72]

France – :Créteil, France (1978)[72][73]

Fife[edit]

ChinaGansu, China (1989)[74]

Italy – :Corte Franca, Italy (2004)[74][75]

France – :Bapaume, France (1991)[16][74][76]

Norway – :Flekkefjord, Norway (1946)[74][77][78]

Germany – :Barsbuttel, Germany

Netherlands – :Veere, Netherlands[74][79]

France – :Sainte-Menehould, Marne, France (2010)[74][80][81]

Hungary – :Ócsa, Hungary

Germany – :Wilhelmshaven, Germany (1979)[74]

France – :Vichy, France (1990)[74]

Spain – :Logroño, Spain (1990)[74]

Norway – :Trondheim, Norway[74][82][83][84]

Portugal – :Albufeira, Portugal (1995)[74]

United States – :Sarasota, Florida, United States (2001)[74][85]

Germany – :Böblingen, Germany (1971)[74][86][87][88][89]

Germany – :Ingolstadt, Germany (1962)[74][90][91]

Germany – :Holzminden, Germany (1986)[74]

France – :Bruges, France (2016)[92][93]

Chile – :Robinson Crusoe Island, Chile (2004)[74][94][95]

Ukraine – :Zolotarevo, Ukraine (2002)[74]

France – :Loches, France[74][96]

Glasgow[edit]

State of Palestine – :Bethlehem, Palestine (2007)[97][98]

China – :Dalian, China (1997)[98]

Cuba – :Havana, Cuba (2002)[98][99]

Pakistan – :Lahore, Pakistan (2006)[98][100]

France – :Marseille, France (2006)[98][101]

Germany – :Nuremberg, Germany (1985)[98][102]

Russia – :Rostov-on-Don, Russia (1986)[98][103]

Italy – :Turin, Italy (2003)[98]

Highland[edit]

England – :Dudley, England, United Kingdom[104][105][106]

Germany – :Augsburg, Germany[107]

France – :La Baule-Escoublac, France[108]

France – :Saint-Valery-en-Caux, France[109]

Germany – :Brilon, Germany[110]

Former twin towns[edit]

Midlothian[edit]

France – :Saint-Cyr-l'École, Yvelines, France (1962)[16][113]

France – :Jarnac, Charente, France[16][114][115]

France – :L'Isle-sur-la-Sorgue, Vaucluse, France[16][116][117]

Morayshire[edit]

Germany – :Landshut, Germany (1956)[118][119][120]

France – :Magnac-sur-Touvre, France (1993)[16]

Germany – :Vienenburg, Germany[121]

United States – :Mount Dora, Florida, United States[122]

Germany – :Kronach, Germany[123][124]

Germany – :Hersbruck, Germany[123]

North Ayrshire[edit]

France – :Voisins-le-Bretonneux, France (2005)[125][126][127]

France – :Andernos-les-Bains, France (2009)[126][128]

North Lanarkshire[edit]

Canada – :Airdrie, Canada[129]

Austria – :Salzburg, Austria

Falkland Islands – :Port Stanley, Falkland Islands[130]

Netherlands – :Arnhem, Netherlands

France – :Saint-Denis, France[131][132]

Russia – :Gatchina, Russia

Italy – :Campi Bisenzio, Italy

France – :Bron, France (1974)[16][133]

France – :Meulan-en-Yvelines, France (1969)[16][134]

Germany – :Schweinfurt, Germany (1962)[135][136]

France – :Les Marches, France[137]

Orkney[edit]

Norway – :Hordaland, Norway[138][139]

Outer Hebrides[edit]

United States – :Pendleton, South Carolina, United States[140][141]

Perth and Kinross[edit]

France – :Grisy-Suisnes, France (1989)[16][142]

Canada – :Fergus, Ontario, Canada[142]

United States – :Pleasanton, California, United States[142]

Canada – :Carleton Place, Ontario, Canada[143]

United States – :Boring, Oregon, United States[144][145][146]

France – :Mardié, France[142]

France – :Gacé, France (1975)[16][147]

Germany – :Aschaffenburg, Germany (1956)[142][148]

France – :Cognac, France (1991)[16][142][149][150]

Poland – :Bydgoszcz, Poland (1998)[142]

China – :Haikou, China[142]

Russia – :Pskov, Russia[142]

Canada – :Perth, Ontario, Canada[142][151]

Australia – :Perth, Australia[142]

France – :Confolens, France[142]

Renfrewshire[edit]

United States – :Coatesville, Pennsylvania, United States

France – :Mérignies, France[152][153][154][155]

Germany – :Fürth, Germany[156][157][158]

Denmark – :Gladsaxe, Denmark[159]

Scottish Borders[edit]

France – :Bennecourt, Yvelines, France (1990)[16][160][161]

Poland – :Żagań, Lubuskie, Poland[161][162][163][164]

Italy – :Cappella Maggiore, Italy[161][165]

France – :Marle, Aisne, France (1992)[16][161]

France – :Bailleul, Nord, France (1973)[16][161][166][167]

France – :Le Nouvion-en-Thiérache, Aisne, France (1991)[16][161]

France – :Malestroit, Brittany, France (1994)[16][161][168]

United States – :Kelso, Washington, United States[169][170]

France – :Orchies, France (1986)[16][161]

France – :Hendaye, Pyrénées-Atlantiques, France (1997)[16][161][171][172]

Germany – :Plattling, Bayern, Germany [161][173][174][175][176]

Shetland[edit]

Norway – :Måløy, Norway[177][178][179]

South Ayrshire[edit]

France – :Saint-Germain-en-Laye, France (1984)[16][180][181]

France – :Torcy, Seine-et-Marne, France (1988)[16][182][183]

Belgium – :Belœil, Belgium[184]

Italy – :Arco, Italy

France – :Crosne, France (1982)[16][185][186] [187]

Czech Republic – :Rymarov, Czech Republic[187]

Germany – :Schotten, Germany[184][187]

Germany – :Lichtenfels, Bavaria, Germany[188]

United States – :Vandalia, Ohio, United States[189]

Italy – :Ariccia, Italy[190]

France – :Villeneuve-sur-Lot, France (1986)[16][191]

South Lanarkshire[edit]

France – :Jouy-en-Josas, France[16][192][193]

Denmark – :Ballerup, Denmark (1965)[194][195]

France – :Châtellerault, France (1994)[16][196][197]

France – :Yvetot, France (1975)[16][198][199]

France – :Seclin, France (1994)[16][200][201]

Germany – :Hemmingen, Germany (1975)[202][203][204]

France – :Yvetot, France (1975)[201][203]

Stirlingshire[edit]

United States – :Dunedin, Florida, United States[205]

Hungary – :Óbuda, Hungary[206]

Canada – :Summerside, Prince Edward Island, Canada[205]

France – :Villeneuve-d'Ascq, France (1984)[16][207]

West Dunbartonshire[edit]

France – :Argenteuil, France (1973)[16][208]

West Lothian[edit]

France – :Guyancourt, France (1988)[16][209]

Germany – :Hochsauerlandkreis, Germany (1972)[210]

United States – :Grapevine, Texas, United States[211]

England – :Oswaldtwistle, Lancashire, England, UK (2019)[212]

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