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List of twin towns and sister cities in Turkey

 

List of twin towns and sister cities in Turkey

This is a list of places in Turkey 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" or "sister cities" 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.

Contents

  • Adana 1
  • Adapazarı 2
  • Alanya 3
  • Amasya 4
  • Ankara 5
  • Antalya 6
  • Antakya 7
  • Ardahan 8
  • Artvin 9
  • Aydın 10
  • Bursa 11
  • Balıkesir 12
  • Beşiktaş, Istanbul 13
  • Ceyhan 14
  • Çeşme 15
  • Denizli 16
  • Develi 17
  • Diyarbakır 18
  • Elâzığ 19
  • Emirdağ 20
  • Erzurum 21
  • Eskişehir 22
  • Gaziantep 23
  • Gebze 24
  • Giresun 25
  • Iğdır 26
  • Istanbul 27
  • İzmir 28
  • İzmit 29
  • Kars 30
  • Kayseri 31
  • Kirklareli 32
  • Konya 33
  • Kemalpaşa 34
  • Malatya 35
  • Manisa 36
  • Mardin 37
  • Mersin 38
  • Muğla 39
  • Ordu 40
  • Pamukkale 41
  • Samsun 42
  • Silivri 43
  • Sinop 44
  • Sivas 45
  • Tekirdağ 46
  • Tokat 47
  • Trabzon 48
  • Van 49
  • Ürgüp 50
  • Üsküdar, Istanbul 51
  • Yalvaç 52
  • References 53

Adana

Adapazarı

Alanya

Amasya

Ankara

Africa
Americas
Asia
Europe

Antalya

Antakya

Ardahan

Artvin

Aydın

Bugulma, Tatarstan, Russia

Bursa

Balıkesir

Beşiktaş, Istanbul

  • Brooklyn, New York, United States (2005)

Ceyhan

Çeşme

Denizli

Develi

Diyarbakır

Elâzığ

Emirdağ

Erzurum

Eskişehir

Gaziantep

Gebze

Giresun

Iğdır

Istanbul

Istanbul is twinned with:[20]

Europe
Asia
Americas
Africa

İzmir

İzmit

Kars

Kayseri

Kirklareli

Konya

Kemalpaşa

Malatya

Manisa

Mardin

Mersin

Muğla

Ordu

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  • Ganja, Azerbaijan[15]

Pamukkale

Samsun

Silivri

Sinop

Sivas

Tekirdağ

Tokat

Trabzon

Van

Ürgüp

  • Kireas, Greece (since 2004)[44]
  • Larissa, Greece (since 1996)[44]

Üsküdar, Istanbul

Yalvaç

References

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  33. ^ Тетово се збратимува со турскиот град Коња -Утрински весник
  34. ^ Binjakëzime, Municipality of Kamëz (in Albanian)
  35. ^ Baton Rouge news, sports and entertainment on The Advocate
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  40. ^ a b c d e f g Uzaklar Yakinlaşti - Sivas Twin Towns(Turkish)
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  42. ^ a b c d Negotiations in progress
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  45. ^ Komuna e Sarajit binjakëzim me komunën turke Uskudar, INA, 2012-06-01 (in Albanian)
  46. ^ http://www.dailysabah.com/istanbul/2015/08/12/brooklyn-uskudar-istanbul-and-new-yorks-iconic-districts-join-forces
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