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List of twin towns and sister cities in Norway

Map of Norway.

This is a list of places in Norway having standing links to local communities in other countries. In most cases, the association, especially when formalised by local government, is known as "town twinning" (though other terms, such as "partner towns", "sister cities", or "friendship municipalities" are sometimes used instead), and while most of the places included are towns, the list also comprises villages, cities, districts, counties, etc. with similar links.

Ål

Ålesund

Alstahaug

Alta

Aremark

Arendal

Ås

Asker

Askim

Aurskog-Høland

Bærum

Ballangen

Bamble

Bergen

Berlevåg

Bjugn

Bø, Telemark

Bodø

Buskerud county

Drammen

Eidsberg

Eidsvoll

Eigersund

Fauske

Flekkefjord

Flesberg

Fredrikstad

Gildeskål

Gjøvik

Gol

Grimstad

Grong

Halden

Hamar

Hammerfest

Harstad

Hattfjelldal

Haugesund

Hedmark county

Hemnes

Hemsedal

Hjelmeland

Hol

Hole

Holmestrand

Horten

Holtålen

Hordaland county

Høyanger

Klæbu

Kongsberg

Kongsvinger

Kristiansand

Kristiansund

Larvik

Leksvik

Levanger

Lier

Lillehammer

Lillesand

Lørenskog

Lunner

Måløy

Malvik

Marker

Meråker

Melhus

Midtre Gauldal

Modum

Molde

Moss

Mosvik

Namsos

Narvik

Nedre Eiker

Nesodden

Nordland county

Nordre Land

Nore og Uvdal

Notodden

Odda

Oppdal

Oppegård

Orkdal

Ørland

Oslo[30]

Østfold county

Overhalla

Øvre Eiker

Øyer

Porsgrunn

Råde

Rana

Rennebu

Ringebu

Ringerike

Risør

Rissa

Rollag

Røros

Røst

Rygge

Saltdal

Sandnes

Sarpsborg

Selbu

Sigdal

Skaun

Skedsmo

Ski

Skien

Snåsa

Sømna

Sør-Varanger

Spydeberg

Stange

Stavanger

Steigen

Steinkjer

Stjørdal

Stryn

Sund

Svelvik

Tønsberg

Tromsø

Trondheim

Trysil

Tvedestrand

Tysfjord

Tysvær

Ullensaker

Vadsø

Vardø

Vefsn

Vennesla

Verdal

Vest-Agder county

Vestby

Vestfold county

Vestvågøy

Municipalities without twin towns and twin cities

References

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