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ⓘ Route nationale 35 (Madagascar)




                                     

ⓘ Route nationale 35 (Madagascar)

Route nationale 35 is a primary highway in Madagascar of 456 km, running from Ivato, Ambositra to Morondava. It crosses the regions of Menabe and Amoroni Mania.

It was fully renovated in 2012. N35 paved from H7 to Ambatofinandrahana. Dirt 2 broken bridges, requiring temporary repair traverse Itremo. The bridge on the Itremo impassable for a car. From Malaimbandy in Mandrosonoro dirt except for a paved section a few kilometers from one part of the road difficulty only 4 wheel car or motorcycle. This information is based on personal experience with the road in June 2015.

                                     
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