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List of twin towns and sister cities in Iran

Arak

Esfahan

Gorgan

Hamadan

Kashan

Kermanshah

Kish

Maragheh

Mashhad

Piranshahr

Qazvin

Qom

Rasht

Sari

Shiraz

Tabriz

Tehran

Yazd

Zanjan

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