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European route E87

 

European route E87

E87 shield

E87
Major junctions
North end: Odessa (Ukraine)
South end: Antalya (Turkey)
Location
Countries: Ukraine, Moldova, Romania, Bulgaria, Turkey
Highway system
International E-road network

European route E 87 is part of the United Nations international E-road network. It is the easternmost north-south "reference road", running from Odessa (Ukraine), Tulcea (Romania), Constanţa (Romania), Varna (Bulgaria) south through Burgas (Bulgaria) via Çanakkale to Antalya (Turkey).[1]

Contents

  • Route 1
    •  Ukraine 1.1
    •  Moldova 1.2
    •  Romania 1.3
    •  Bulgaria 1.4
    •  Turkey 1.5
  • References 2
  • External links 3

Route

 Ukraine

Odessa - Izmail - Reni

 Moldova

Vulcăneşti

 Romania

Galaţi - Brăila - Măcin - Isaccea - Tulcea - Babadag - Tariverde - Ovidiu - Constanţa - Eforie Nord - Eforie Sud - Mangalia

 Bulgaria

Shabla - Kavarna - Balchik - Varna - Byala - Obzor - Nesebar - Pomorie - Burgas - Marinka - Zvezdec - Malko Tarnovo

 Turkey

Dereköy - Kırklareli - Babaeski - Havsa - Uzunköprü - Keşan - Gelibolu - Eceabat - (ferry) - Çanakkale - Ayvalık - Izmir - Selçuk - Aydın - Denizli - Acıpayam - Korkuteli - Antalya

References

  1. ^ European Agreement on Main International Traffic Arteries, 5 April 2002

External links

  • http://www.elbruz.org/eroads/E87.htm
  • E87 on OpenStreetMap
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