La Crosse, Wisconsin - Sister Cities

Sister Cities

La Crosse has town twinning relationships with six foreign towns and cities:

  • Bantry, Ireland
  • Dubna, Russia
  • Epinal, France
  • Friedberg, Bavaria Germany
  • Førde Norway
  • Luoyang, China

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