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List of sister cities in New York


List of sister cities in New York

This is a list of sister states, regions, and cities in the U.S. state of New York. Sister cities, known in Europe as town twins, are cities which partner with each other to promote human contact and cultural links, although this partnering is not limited to cities and often includes counties, regions, states and other sub-national entities.

Many New York State jurisdictions partner with foreign cities through [1] Sister cities interact with each other across a broad range of activities, from health care and education to business and the arts.[2]

Sister cities of New York State cities and counties

Quebec City, one of Albany's four sister cities.
Dortmund, Germany, one of Buffalo's numerous sisters.
Windsor, Nova Scotia, home to St. John's Church and the birthplace of ice hockey... a sister to Cooperstown, the birthplace of baseball.
The Greek city of Rhodes, sister city to the Rochester suburb of Greece.
The Seimon Ishibashi Bridge in Tokyo, Japan, one of New York City's sister cities.
Puerto Plata in the Dominican Republic, one of Rochester's sisters.
Vichy and Saratoga Springs are twinned inter alli by spas and thoroughbred horse racing.
Warwick Castle in Warwick, England, sister to its namesake town in New York.
New York State Jurisdiction Sister State, Region, or City Country Since
Albany Nassau, New Providence Bahamas
Nijmegen, Gelderland Netherlands
Québec City, Québec Canada
Tula, Tula Oblast Russia 1991[3]
Amityville Le Bourget, Seine-Saint-Denis France 1978[4]
Bellport Sainte-Maxime, Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur France 1988[4]
Binghamton Borovichi, Novgorod Oblast Russia ~1990[5]
El Charcón, La Libertad El Salvador 1992[6]
La Teste-de-Buch, Aquitane France 1987[4]
Buffalo Cape Coast, Central Region Ghana
Derry, County Londonderry Northern Ireland
Dortmund, North Rhine-Westphalia Germany 1974[7]
Drohobych, Lviv Oblast Ukraine 2001[8]
Horlivka, Donetsk Oblast Ukraine 2007[9]
Juba, Central Equatoria South Sudan
Kanazawa, Ishikawa Prefecture Japan 1962[10]
Kiryat Gat, South Israel
Lille, Nord-Pas-de-Calais France 1989[4][11]
Marília, São Paulo Brazil
Pescasseroli, Abruzzo Italy
Rzeszów, Podkarpacie Province Poland 1974[12]
Saint Ann Jamaica 2007[13]
Siena, Toscana Italy 1961[14]
Torremaggiore, Puglia Italy
Tver, Tver Oblast Russia 1989[15]
Yeongcheon, North Gyeonsang Province South Korea 2011[16]
Cambridge Scontrone, Abruzzo Italy 2004
Canisteo Wauchope, New South Wales Australia 1966[17]
Cheektowaga Łowicz, Łódź Voivodeship[18] Poland 1996[19]
Chili Agropoli, Campania Italy
Clarence Tianjin China 2001[20]
Columbia County Malpaisillo, León Nicaragua
Cooperstown Windsor, Nova Scotia Canada 1996[21]
Corning Lviv, Lviv Oblast Ukraine 1987
Kakegawa, Shizuoka Prefecture Japan 1990
San Giovanni Valdarno, Arezzo Italy
Coventry Coventry, West Midlands England 1972[22]
Glen Cove Sturno, Avellino Italy 1986[23]
Glens Falls
Warren County
Saga, Saga Prefecture Japan 1988[24]
Great Neck Mashhad, Razavi Khorasan Iran
Great Neck Plaza Tiberias, North Israel 2002[25]
Greece Rhodes, South Aegean Greece
Vitré, Bretagne France 1990[4]
Greenport Mangalia, Constanţa County Romania
Harrison Montgeron, Île-de-France France
Hempstead Pardes Hanna-Karkur, Haifa Israel
Honeoye Falls Borgne, Nord Haiti
Horseheads Bato, Tochigi Prefecture Japan
Hudson Pallisa, Pallisa District Uganda 2006[26]
Irondequoit Pescara, Abruzzo Italy
Poltava, Poltava Oblast Ukraine 1991[27]
Ithaca Eldoret, Rift Valley Province Kenya 2007[28]
Jamestown Cantù, Lombardy Italy
Haicheng, Liaoning China 1996[29]
Jakobstad, Ostrobothnia Finland N/A (inactive)
Gjakova Kosovo 2001[30]
Lackawanna Mielec, Subcarpathian Voivodeship[18] Poland
Mount Vernon Shijingshan District[31] China
Yangquan, Shaanxi Province[31] China
New Paltz Niimi, Okayama Prefecture Japan 1998[32]
New Rochelle La Rochelle, Poitou-Charentes France 1957[4]
New York City Beijing China 1980[33]
Budapest, Pest County Hungary 1992[33]
Cairo, Cairo Governorate Egypt 1982[33]
Brasilia, Federal District Brazil 2004[33]
Jerusalem, Jerusalem District Israel 1993[33]
Baku, Baku Сentral city Azerbaijan 2002
Johannesburg, Gauteng South Africa 2003[33]
London, Greater London England 2001[33]
Madrid, Community of Madrid Spain 1982[33]
Rome, Lazio Italy 1992[33]
Santo Domingo, Distrito Nacional Dominican Republic 1983[33]
Tokyo Japan 1960[33]
Brooklyn, New York City Bnei Brak[34] Israel
London Borough of Lambeth, Greater London[35] England
Anzio, Lazio Italy 1990
Gdynia Poland 1991[36]
Beşiktaş, Istanbul Province Turkey 2005[37]
Leopoldstadt, Vienna Austria 2007[38][39][40]
Konak, Izmir Turkey 2010[41]
Chaoyang District, Beijing China 2014[42]
Yiwu China 2014[43]
Crown Heights, Brooklyn Kfar Chabad, Center Israel
Bay Ridge, Brooklyn Farsund Norway 2011[44]
Lower East Side, Manhattan Barrio Nueva York, Bluefields Nicaragua 1985
Staten Island, New York City Crespina, Toscana Italy 2007
Debar, Debar Municipality Macedonia
Penchard, Seine-et-Marne France
Wexford, County Wexford Ireland
Northport Sochi, Krasnodar Krai Russia 2012
Peekskill Castlebar, County Mayo Ireland 2000[45]
Port Chester
Westchester County
Jingzhou, Hubei Province China
Ramapo Andretta, Campania Italy 1996[46]
Beit Shemesh, Jerusalem Israel 1998[47]
Doneraile, County Cork Ireland
Makati, Metro Manila Philippines 1996[48]
Red Hook (village) Mas-ha, Salfit Governorate Palestine 2011[49]
Rhinebeck Larreynaga, León Nicaragua 1989[50]
Rochester Alytus, Alytus County Lithuania 2009[51]
Bamako, Gao Mali 1975[51]
Caltanissetta, Sicily Italy 1965[51]
Hamamatsu, Shizuoka Prefecture Japan 1996[51]
Krakow, Małopolska Province Poland 1973[51]
Novgorod, Novgorod Oblast Russia 1990[51]
Puerto Plata, Puerto Plata Province Dominican Republic 1997[51]
Rehovot, Center District Israel 1972[51]
Rennes, Bretagne France 1958[4][51]
Waterford, County Waterford Ireland 1983[51]
Würzburg, Bavaria Germany 1964[51]
Xianyang, Shaanxi China 2008[52]
Saranac Lake Entrains-sur-Nohain, Nièvre France 1989[4]
Sainte-Agathe-des-Monts, Québec Canada 2002[53]
Saratoga Springs Chekhov, Moscow Oblast Russia 2001[54]
Vichy, Allier France 1994 (inactive)[55]
Schenectady Nijkerk, Gelderland Netherlands 1986[56]
Suffolk County Suffolk England
Syracuse Chiayi, Taiwan Province Taiwan ROC
Fuzhou, Fujian China 1991[57]
Ta'izz, Ta'izz Governorate Yemen
Tampere, Pirkanmaa Finland
Warwick Warwick, Warwickshire England
Woodstock Nimbin, New South Wales Australia 1996[58]
Yonkers Kamëz, Tirana District Albania 2011[59]
Ternopil, Ternopil Oblast Ukraine 1991[31]

See also


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  2. ^ "Frequently Asked Questions". Sister Cities International. Retrieved 2007-08-01. 
  3. ^ "Albany-Tula: A Capital Region Alliance, Inc. 1991-2006" (PDF). Albany-Tula, A Capital Region Alliance. Archived from the original on 2007-09-28. Retrieved 2007-08-01. 
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  35. ^ International Center for Journalists
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  38. ^ Markowitz joins Vienna deputy mayor to announce new "district partnership" (March 05)(Borough Pres.)BP
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  58. ^ "Nimbin-Woodstock Sister City". Lismore City Council. Retrieved May 3, 2012. 
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