E105 is part of the International E-road network, which is a series of main roads in Europe. It is a north–south reference road, meaning it crosses Europe from north to south and other E-road numbers have been calculated based on these reference roads.
|Length||3,770 km (2,340 mi)|
|North end||Kirkenes, Norway|
|South end||Yalta, Ukraine|
E105 starts from Hesseng, (just south of Kirkenes), Norway and runs along Russia's R21, M10, M2: Ukraine's M20, M29, and M18 to Yalta, Crimea (disputed territory). Russians call this the Crimea Highway (Крымское шоссе), and de facto officially marked Republic of Crimea section as 35А-002.
- R21: border with Norway - Pechenga - Murmansk - Kandalaksha - Belomorsk - Petrozavodsk - Saint Petersburg
- M10: Saint Petersburg - Veliky Novgorod - Valday - Vyshny Volochyok - Tver - Klin - Solnechnogorsk - Moscow
- MKAD: Moscow
- M2: Moscow - Tula - Oryol - Kursk - Belgorod - border with Ukraine
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