Difference between revisions of "European roads"

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* {{E|63}} – 1110 km (694 miles): [[Sodankylä]] – [[Kemijärvi]] - [[Posio]] – [[Kuusamo]] – [[Kajaani]] – [[Iisalmi]] – [[Kuopio]] – [[Jyväskylä]] – [[Tampere]] – [[Turku]]
 
* {{E|63}} – 1110 km (694 miles): [[Sodankylä]] – [[Kemijärvi]] - [[Posio]] – [[Kuusamo]] – [[Kajaani]] – [[Iisalmi]] – [[Kuopio]] – [[Jyväskylä]] – [[Tampere]] – [[Turku]]
  
* {{E|67}} – 1630 km (1019 miles): [[Helsinki]] … [[Tallinn]] – [[Riga]] – [[Kaunas]] – [[Warsaw]] – [[Piotrków Trybunalski]] – [[Wrocław]] – [[Kłodzko]] – [[Kudowa Zdrój]] – [[Náchod]] – [[Hradec Králové]] – [[Prague]]; also known as the ''[[Via Baltica]]''  
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* {{E|67}} – 1630 km (1019 miles): [[Helsinki]] … [[Tallinn]] – [[Riga]] – [[Kaunas]] – [[Warsaw]] – [[Piotrków Trybunalski]] – [[Wrocław]] – [[Kłodzko]] – [[Kudowa Zdrój]] – [[Náchod]] – [[Hradec Králové]] – [[Prague]]; also known as the ''[[E67|Via Baltica]]''  
  
 
* {{E|69}} – 130 km (81 miles): [[Nordkapp|Nordkapp (North Cape)]] – [[Olderfjord]]
 
* {{E|69}} – 130 km (81 miles): [[Nordkapp|Nordkapp (North Cape)]] – [[Olderfjord]]

Revision as of 01:03, 9 October 2011

The international E-road network is a numbering system for roads in Europe developed by the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE). The network is numbered from E 1 up and its roads cross national borders. It also reaches Central Asian countries like Kyrgyzstan, since they are members of the UNECE.

West-East roads have even numbers and North-South roads have odd numbers.


Listing

North-South reference

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West-East reference

North-South intermediate


West-East intermediate

  • E 02 – Route number not used
  • E 69 - 129 km (80 miles):