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Sep 13, 2022

[Answer] Which two sister cities form the "League of Extraordinary Communities"?

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...1. Sacramento, California and Matsuyama, Japan 2. Seattle, Washington and Christchurch, New Zealand 3. Boring, Oregon and Dull, Scotland 4. Toledo, Texas and Toledo, Spain




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Sacramento, California and Matsuyama, Japan - null:


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7 comments:

  1. Boring, Oregon and Dull, Scotland

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  2. Boring, Oregon and Dull, Scottland

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  3. I actually think the correct answer is Boring, Oregon and Dull, Scotland.

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  4. Which two sister cities form the "League of Extraordinary Communities"?
    Sacramento, California and Matsuyama, Japan
    Boring, Oregon and Dull, Scotland
    Incorrect.Think that the towns of Boring, Oregon or Dull, Scotland live up to their names? Think

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