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M1 highway (Russia)

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West end:  Belarusian border
Length  463 km
East end:  Moscow
M1 highway (Russia)
Major cities  Moscow, Odintsovo, Kubinka

The Russian route M1 (also known as the Belarus Highway, road to Minsk) is a major trunk road that runs from Moscow through Smolensk before reaching the border with Belarus. The length is 440 kilometers (270 mi). The highway runs south of Odintsovo, Kubinka, Mozhaysk, Gagarin, north of Vyazma, through Safonovo and Yartsevo. After crossing the border with Belarus, the highway continues (as olimpijka) to Minsk, Brest, and Warsaw. The entire route is part of European route E30 and AH6.

Map of Minskoye sh., Moskovskaya oblast', Russia

During the 1980 Summer Olympics, a 50-kilometer (31 mi) stretch between the 23-kilometer (14 mi) mark and the 73-kilometer (45 mi) mark was used for the road team time trial cycling event.

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M1 highway (Russia) Wikipedia


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