Gaza - International Relations - Twin Towns and Sister Cities

Twin Towns and Sister Cities

Gaza is twinned with:

  • Dunkirk, France (1996)
  • Tel Aviv, Israel (1998)
  • Turin, Italy (1997)
  • Tabriz, Iran
  • Tromsø, Norway (2001)
  • Cascais, Portugal
  • Barcelona, Spain (1998)
  • Cáceres, Spain (2010)

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