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Sister Cities

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Chemnitz is twinned with several cities around the world:

  • Tampere, Finland (October 1961)
  • Ljubljana, Slovenia (17 October 1966)
  • Arras, France (1967)
  • Timbuktu, Mali (6 October 1968)
  • Ústí nad Labem, Czech Republic (17 July 1970)
  • Łódź, Poland (1972)
  • Mulhouse, France (7 October 1981)
  • Manchester, England (18 March 1983)
  • Volgograd, Russia (6 May 1988)
  • Düsseldorf, Germany (13 April 1988)
  • Akron, United States (20 April 1997)
  • Taiyuan, China (17 May 1999)

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