Where is Kursk?

Julia Agafonova
Julia Agafonova
April 27, 2015
Where is Kursk?

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Kursk is a city in the European part of Russia. The administrative center of the Kursk region, which borders with the territory of Ukraine, specifically with the Sumy region, with Oryol, Voronezh, Belgorod and Bryansk regions.

Geographically, the Kursk region is located in the Central Federal District in the west of the European part of Russia. Where is Kursk? In the center of the area.

From Moscow to Kursk

From Moscow to Kursk, the federal highway M-2 “Crimea” and the European route E105 (this is one highway) leads through Tula and Oryol (in fact, bypassing themKurskbypass road, like Kursk). From Kursk, all along the same European route E105, goes south to Kharkov.

Distance from other cities

In Kursk, from other major cities there are roads from all four directions of the world: from the north, south, west and east.

North: from Moscow - 530 km, from Tula - 350 km, from Orel - 170 km (road M-2, route E105).

South: from Belgorod - 140 km, from Kharkov, Ukraine - 215 km (road M-2, route E105).

West: from Voronezh - 230 km (road A-144, route E38).

East: from Glukhov, Ukraine - 180 km (route E38).