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European route E117

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European route E117

E117 shield

Route information
Length: 1,004 km (624 mi)
Major junctions
From: Mineralnye Vody
To: Meghri
Countries: Russia,
Highway system
International E-road network
E117 near Mtskheta

E 117 is part of the International E-road network, which is a series of main roads in Europe.


The E 117 starts from Tbilisi, via the Armenian capital Yerevan and on to Megri on the border of Iran. It runs for a total distance of .

Between Mineralnye Vody and Beslan, it is identical with E 50 and Russian highway M29.


Major towns and cities on the E 117 are:

  •  Georgia
Tbilisi - MarneuliBolnisi - Kazreti - [M3]

External links

  • Map of E-road

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