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European route E95

E95 shield

E95
Major junctions
North end: Saint Petersburg (Russia)
South end: Merzifon (Turkey)
Location
Countries: Russia, Belarus, Ukraine, Turkey
Highway system
International E-road network

The European route E 95 is a road in Europe and a part of the United Nations International E-road network. Approximately 2,527 kilometers (1,570 mi) long, it connects St Petersburg with Merzifon in north central Turkey. Between its northern terminus in Russia and its southern end, it passes in addition through Belarus and Ukraine. Between the ports of Odessa / Illichivsk on Ukraine's southern coast and ports of Turkey (particularly, Samsun) vehicles are required to cross the Black Sea by ferry over a distance of 731 kilometers (approximately 455 miles).

Section of the E95 highway near Kiev.

Main routes

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