- Greek National Road 37
Greek National Road 37 (Tripoli - Sparta - Gytheio - Areopoli) is a south to north highway linking Tripoli with the GR-7/
E55along with GR-33 and GR-74 at the Tripoli Bypass, Sparta and Areopoli in the Mani Peninsula. The highway begins in Areopoli(Mani's provincial capital) and intersecting with the Kalamata - Areopoli and down to the southern end of the Mani peninsula, the highway later runs through the forested-grassy southern part of the Taygetusranges and runs into the eastern half of Mani. The highway passes through Gytheioand next to the Laconian Gulf. The highway passes northward into the Eurotas Valley and junctioning with GR-86 (Gytheio - Molaoi) which runs up to Cape Malea, itruns near Thespies, Xirokampi and into Sparta, the capital of Laconia. The highway intersects with GR-82 ( Pylos- Kalamata- Sparta) and nearly 800 m and to Ton 118 Street and straight up to Tripoli. The highway passes through Sellasia and into the mountains with few curvy roads and entering into Arcadia. The highway passes into the plain which includes Tripoli. The highway junctions with a road to Tegea and the interchange with the superhighway and the Tripoli By-pass. The highway ends in the old eastbound bypass of Tripoli, 1 km near the centre. The highway runs entirely in the Peloponneseand into two prefectures, Laconiaand Arcadia.
*Length: about 120 km
The highway in the eastern part became paved in the mid-20th century. It was paved from Tripoli to Sparta and then Gytheio and then Areopoli. The only bypass is the Tripoli By-pass.
*Southern part of the Taygetus pass
*junction with the eastern road to the southern end of the Mani peninsula
*junction with GR-86
*junction with a road northwest to
Pellanaand the road to Leontariand Megalopoli
*junction with a road east to
Vresthenaand the Parnonmountains
*junction with a minor road east to
*Laconia - Arcadia prefectural boundary
*junction with a road to
*junction with a road to
*interchange with GR-7 and the Tripoli By-pass
*Junction with the old eastbound Tripoli By-pass
*Junction with GR-7.
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