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European route E35

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European route E35

E35 shield

E35
Major junctions
From: Amsterdam (Netherlands)
To: Rome (Italy)
Location
Countries: Netherlands, Germany, Switzerland, Italy
Highway system
International E-road network

European route E 35 is a European route that runs from Amsterdam, Netherlands, in northwestern Europe, to Rome, Italy in the south of the continent. The road heads through Germany and Switzerland before reaching Italy.

Route description

The Netherlands

Germany

Switzerland

Italy

History

Major intersections

Principal Cities, North to South:

Tunnels:

See also

References

External links

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