- European route E8
The European route E8 is a European route that goes from
Tromsø, Norwayto Turku, Finland. The length of the route is convert|1410|km|mi.
Tromsø– Nordkjosbotn– Skibotn– Kilpisjärvi– Kaaresuvanto– Muonio– Tornio– Keminmaa– Kemi– Oulu– Liminka– Raahe– Kalajoki– Kokkola– Vaasa– Pori– Rauma– Turku
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