List of twin towns and sister cities in Finland

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This is a list of places in Finland having standing links to local communities in other countries. In most cases, the association, especially when formalised by local government, is known as "town twinning" (though other terms, such as "partner towns" or "sister cities" are sometimes used instead), and while most of the places included are towns, the list also comprises villages, cities, districts, counties, etc. with similar links.

Akaa

Asikkala

Espoo

Eura

Prior to the 2009 consolidation, Kiukainen was twinned with:

Forssa

Hamina

Hanko

Harjavalta

Heinola

Helsinki

The city of Helsinki does not officially recognize sister cities,[citation needed] but lists a special partnership relation with:

Huittinen

Hyvinkää

Hämeenlinna

Imatra

Jakobstad

Joensuu

Jyväskylä

Järvenpää

Kaarina

Kajaani

Kalajoki

Kankaanpää

Karkkila

Kemi

Kerava

Kiukainen

Prior to the 2009 consolidation with Eura, Kiukainen was twinned with:

Kokemäki

Kokkola

Kotka

Kouvola

Kuopio

Lahti

Lappeenranta

Lohja

Mikkeli

Naantali

Nakkila

Nokia

Orimattila

Oulu

Oulu is twinned with:[15][16]

Pargas

Pori

Porvoo

Rauma

Riihimäki

Rovaniemi

Salo

Sodankylä

Sastamala

Suolahti

Prior to a 2007 consolidation with Sumiainen to make Äänekoski, Suolahti was twinned with:

Tampere

Tornio

Turku

Vaasa

Valkeakoski

Varkaus

Ylöjärvi

Äänekoski

Prior to a 2007 consolidation with Sumiainen to make Äänekoski, Suolahti was twinned with:

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