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European route E61

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European route E61

E61 shield

E61
Route information
Length: 270 km (170 mi)
Location
Countries: Austria, Slovenia, Italy, Croatia
Highway system
International E-road network

European route E 61 is a part of the inter-European road system. This Class A intermediate north-south route is 270 kilometres (170 mi) long; it connects the central part of the continent with the Adriatic Sea.

Itinerary

The E 61 routes through four European countries:

Austria

Villach - RosenbachKarawanken Tunnel

Slovenia

Karawanken TunnelHrušica - Jesenice - Kranj - Ljubljana (Ljubljana Ring Road)
Ljubljana - Vrhnika - Postojna - Divača
Divača - Sežana SS58
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