Bucharest - Twin Towns and Sister Cities

Twin Towns and Sister Cities

See also: List of twin towns and sister cities in Romania

The twin towns and sister cities of Bucharest are listed below:

  • Tirana, Albania (2007)
  • Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (2002)
  • São Paulo, Brazil (2000)
  • Montreal, Canada
  • Beijing, China (2005)
  • Nicosia, Cyprus (2004)
  • Athens, Greece (1993)
  • Budapest, Hungary (1991)
  • Amman, Jordan (1999)
  • Chișinău, Moldova
  • Manila, Philippines
  • Ankara, Turkey (1998)
  • Istanbul, Turkey (2006)
  • Atlanta, United States (1994)

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