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Asian Highway 6 shield

Asian Highway 6
Route information
Length10,533 km (6,545 mi)
Major junctions
East endBusan, South Korea
West endKrasnoe, Krasninsky, Russia
Location
CountriesRussia, Kazakhstan, China, North Korea, South Korea
Highway system
Asian Highway Network
Tabliczka AH5.svg AH5Tabliczka AH7.svg AH7

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

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

South Korea

North Korea

Russia

China

Russia

Kazakhstan

Russia


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