Anoka: Shirakawa, Japan (2002)
Brooklyn Park: Kakata, Liberia (2012)
Columbia Heights: Lomianki, Poland (1991)
Coon Rapids: Zhaoqing, China (2001)
Fridley: Fourmies, France (1979)
Ramsey: Loudi, China (2005)Sources: City government websites, sister-cites.org, Department of Employment and Economic Development
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