Baltimore - Sister Cities

Sister Cities

Baltimore has eleven sister cities, as designated by Sister Cities International:

  • Alexandria, Egypt (1995)
  • Ashkelon, Israel (2005)
  • Bremerhaven, Germany (2007)
  • Gbarnga, Liberia (1973)
  • Genoa, Italy (1985)
  • Kawasaki, Kanagawa, Japan (1978)
  • Luxor, Egypt (1982)
  • Odessa, Ukraine (1974)
  • Piraeus, Greece (1982)
  • Rotterdam, Netherlands (1985)
  • Xiamen, China (1985)

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