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List of twin towns and sister cities in Paraguay

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List of twin towns and sister cities in Paraguay

This is a list of twin towns and sister cities (see town twinning) in Paraguay arranged by location.


Country City
Argentina Buenos Aires
Argentina Posadas
Argentina Resistencia
Argentina Rosario
Argentina Santa Fe
Bolivia La Paz
Brazil Campinas
Brazil Curitiba
Brazil São Paulo
Chile Iquique
Colombia Bogotá
Dominican Republic Santo Domingo
Japan Chiba
Mexico Mexico City
Peru Trujillo
Peru Chimbote
Spain Madrid
United States Miami
Uruguay Montevideo
Venezuela Caracas
Republic of China (Taiwan) Taipei

Capitán Bado

Country City
Brazil Coronel Sapucaia

Ciudad del Este

Country City
Brazil Foz do Iguaçu


Country City
Chile Ancud
Chile Arica


Country City
Argentina Posadas

Fernando de la Mora

Country City
Brazil Santa Maria
United States Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Fuerte Olimpo

Country City
Italy Camisano Vicentino

Pedro Juan Caballero

Country City
Brazil Campo Grande

Presidente Franco

Country City
Brazil São Paulo

Santa María

Country City
United States Hays, Kansas


Country City
Argentina Santa Fe
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