Mainz - International Relations

International Relations

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Mainz is twinned with:

  • Watford, United Kingdom, since 1956
  • Dijon, France, since 1957
  • Longchamp, France, with Mainz-Laubenheim, since 1966
  • Zagreb, Croatia, since 1967
  • Rodeneck, Italy, with Mainz-Finthen, since 1977
  • Valencia, Spain, since 1978
  • Haifa, Israel, since 1981
  • Erfurt, former East Germany, since 1988
  • Baku, Azerbaijan, since 1984
  • Louisville, Kentucky, United States, since 1994

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