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AH6

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Asian Highway 6 (AH6) is a route in the Asian Highway Network. It runs from Busan, South Korea (on ) to the border between Russia and Belarus. Altogether it is 10,533 kilometres (6,545 mi) long.

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Map of Asian Hwy 6, North Korea

For much of its Russian stretch, AH6 coincides with Trans-Siberian Highway and, west of the Ural Mountains, with European route E30.

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South Korea

  • Busan Metropolitan Road 61: Busan-Centre - Busan-Nopo-dong
  • National Route 7: Busan-Nopo-dong - Ulsan - Pohang - Samcheok
  • Donghae Expressway: Samcheok - Gangneung - Sokcho
  • National Route 7: Sokcho - Goseong
  • North Korea

  • Wonsan–Mount Kumgang Motorway: Kosong - Wonsan
  • Branch: Pyongyang–Wonsan Motorway: Wonsan - Pyongyang
  • (Marked as National Route 7 by South Korea): Wonsan - Hamhung - Sinpo - Tanchon - Kimchaek - Chongjin - Rason
  • Russia

  • A189 Highway: Khasan - Razdolnoye
  • A370 Highway ( M60 Highway before 2010): Razdolnoye - Ussuriysk
  • A184 Highway: Ussuriysk - Pogranichny
  • China

  • G10 Expressway: Suifenhe - Harbin - Qiqihar - Gannan
  • National Highway 301: Gannan - Manzhouli
  • Russia

  • A350 Highway ( A166 Highway before 2010): Zabaykalsk - Chita
  • R258 Highway ( M55 Highway before 2010): Chita - Ulan-Ude - Irkutsk
  • R255 Highway ( M53 Highway before 2010): Irkutsk - Krasnoyarsk - Novosibirsk
  • R254 Highway ( M51 Highway before 2010): Novosibirsk - Omsk - Isilkul
  • Kazakhstan

  • M51 Highway: Karakoga - Petropavl - Chistoe
  • Russia

  • R254 Highway ( M51 Highway before 2010): Petukhovo - Kurgan - Chelyabinsk
  • M5 Highway: Chelyabinsk - Ufa - Samara - Moscow
  • M1 Highway:Moscow - Krasnoye ( Belarus: M1 highway)
  • References

    AH6 Wikipedia


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