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Welcome to our Sister Cities!

We place great value in the relationship with our Sister Cities. Each and every one of them represents a unique opportunity to further strengthen cultural links and commercial ties.

These are our esteemed Sister Cities:

Portugal

Portugal

Coimbra

March 21, 1975 - Law 5.084/1975 by Jaime Lerner.

Population: 143,396

Key industry: Musical Products

Coimbra currently has a university city for housing the University of Coimbra, founded in 1290, that currently has over 30,000 students.

Japan

Japan

Himeji

May 14, 1984 - Law 6.484/1984 by Mauricio Fruet.

Population: 480,404

Key industry: Agriculture

The Himeji Castle, also known as Hakurojo or Shirasagijo because of its brilliant white exterior, is a palace complex with 82 wooden buildings, located in the city of Himeji.

Bolivia

Bolivia

Santa Cruz de La Sierra

September 13, 1989 - Law 7350/1989 by Jaime Lerner.

Population: 1,528.683

Key industry: Petroleum refineries

The Brazilian-Bolivian pipeline begins in Santa Cruz de La Sierra, and has a total length of 3150km, 2593km in Brazilian and 557km in Bolivian territory. It exports natural gas to Brazil. Gas reserves in Bolivia are estimated at 890 billion cubic meters.

Uruguay

Uruguay

Montevideo

April 17, 1990 - Law 7438/1992 by Jaime Lerner.

Population: 1,968.335

Key industry: Wool products, meat, tourism

Montevideo is a port city, known worldwide for its culinary and tasty wines.

Poland

Poland

Krakow

December 16, 1992 - Law 8094/1992 by Algaci Túlio.

Population: 756,000

Key industry: Agro food

It is a city with several districts that contain tourist attractions, restaurants, hotels, bars and nightclubs.

Italy

Italy

Treviso

December 23, 1993 - Law 8366/2011 by Rafael Greca.

Population: 60,770.000

Key industry: Industrial plastic, timber

Treviso is not only the host city of Benetton, but also has a very rich cultural and architectural heritage.

China

China

Hangzhou

December 17, 1999 - Law 9754/1999 By Cassio Taniguchi.

Population: 1,750.000

Key industry: Energy production and machinery

It is one of the cities with the most beautiful skyscrapers in China and also boasts the largest fleet of electric vehicles.

United States

United States of America

Orlando

December 23, 1999 - Law 9793/1999 by Cassio Taniguchi.

Population: 213,233

Key industry: Agriculture, technology, tourism and services

It is the city that has the largest theme park in the world, with one of the largest economies in the state.

Paraguay

Paraguay

Asunción

December 23, 1999 - Law 9.794/1999 by Cassio Taniguchi.

Population: 520,000

Key industry: The main industries are footwear, textiles and cigarettes

It is the city Paraguayans most seek in order to shop and find goods with great prices.

Mexico

Mexico

Guadalajara

December 23, 1999 - Law 9.795/1999 by Cassio Taniguchi.

Population: 1,646.183

Key industry: Production of jeans and electronics

It is one of the cities with most tourist attractions, totaling 99 sites.

United States

United States of America

Jacksonville

March 26, 2009 - Law 13.113/2009 by Carlos Richa.

Population: 827.908

Key industry: Its primary industry is pharmaceuticals

It is the largest city in the state of Florida and is very attractive to anyone interested in tourism, especially Golf tourism.

South Korea

South Korea

Suwon

June 24, 2006 - Law 13.155/2009 by Carlos Richa.

Population: 1,105.953

Key industry: Electronics

The 'City of Filial Pity' is known as the 'Samsung city', since it houses a great deal of the electronics giant´s main factories. Suwon is also a major educational center, boasting impressive 14 university campuses.

Argentina

Argentina

La Plata

March 17, 2001 - Law 32130/2011 by Luciano Ducci.

Population: 542,000

Key industry: Food, vehicles, textiles

It has a very unique architecture, well preserved buildings in the municipality of La Plata. Interestingly, the city streets have numbers instead of names.

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