1966 - Kristiansand
Kristiansand is a town in southern Norway in the county of Vest-Agder and the region of Sørlandet, on the Skagerrak strait linking the North Sea and the Baltic Sea. It is the favourite stopping place for Norwegians who want to spend their holidays inside the country. It is also the landing place for the whole of Europe, coming from Sweden, Denmark or the United Kingdom.
The town is twinned with ten other towns throughout the world: Gdynia (Poland), Hjørring (Denmark), Kerara (Finland), Letchworth (United Kingdom), Münster (Germany), Orléans (France), Rajshahi (Bangladesh), Reykjanesbear (Iceland), Trollhättan (Sweden) and Walvis Bay (Namibia), involving the municipality in the cultural sphere.