Bisected and Bilateral: Streets Shared By Two Countries, Part II (Europe and the Middle East)

Missed Part I (The Americas)?  You can read it here. Today we complete our look at bilateral streets – roads where the border runs down the middle of the street; where, with a different country on either side of the street, crossing the road is a bilateral task. Avenue de France/Avinguda d’Espanya (Le Perthus, France/La…

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