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European route E105

E105 shield

E105
Route information
Length: 4,620 km (2,870 mi)
Major junctions
North end: Kirkenes
South end: Yalta
Location
Countries: Norway,
Russia,
Ukraine
Highway system
International E-road network

The E 105 is part of the International E-road network, which is a series of main roads in Europe.

Description

The E 105 starts from Hesseng, (just south of Kirkenes), Norway and runs along the Russian route M18, Russian route M10, Russian route M2 and Ukrainian route M18 to Yalta, Crimea (disputed territory).

Major towns and cities on the E 105 are:

Route

On the way from Saint Petersburg to Moscow, in the suburbs of Veliky Novgorod. Except near the big cities, the highway is basically a two-lane highway (one lane for each direction), with an occasional third center lane for passing or left turn near the crossing.


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External links

  • Map of E-road
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