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Greek National Road 65

National Road 65
Εθνική Οδός 65
Major junctions
North end: Kilkis
South end: Thessaloniki
Location
Regions: Central Macedonia
Highway system
National Roads in Greece

Greek National Road 65 is a national highway of Greece. It connects the Greek National Road 2 at Diavata, a northwestern suburb of Thessaloniki, with Kilkis. Most of the National-Road has been upgraded to a Motor-Road, connecting Thessaloniki via Kilkis with Doirani, the eastern border of Greece and the Republic of Macedonia.

The Road will be constructed as a Motor-Road, the part Nea Santa until Kilkis are ready, the second part after Kilkis will be constructed until 2014.

Exit Interchange Slip road Notes
Kilkis North, Metalliko
Kilkis South
Pedino
Gallikos
Nea Santa
Drymos
Langadas Interchange

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