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National Highway 220 (India)(old numbering)

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National Highway 220 (India)(old numbering)

National Highway 220 marker

National Highway 220
Route information
Length: 265 km (165 mi)
Major junctions
From: Kollam, Kerala
  Cutchery, Thevally, Anchalumoodu, Kundara, Kizhakkekallada, Bharanikavu, Charummood, Chengannur, Thiruvalla, Changanassery, Kottayam, Peermade, Thekkadi, Gudalur, Uthamapalayam
To: Theni, Tamil Nadu
Location
States: Tamil Nadu: 55 km
Kerala: 210 km
Highway system

National Highways 220 is located in India. It connects Kollam in Kerala with Theni in Tamil Nadu.[1] Starting from NH 47 in Kollam it runs northwards and turns east at Kottayam and runs along the northern border of Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary before crossing the border into Tamil Nadu and end at Theni, where it joins NH 49(Kochi-Rameswaram) and NH45(Chennai-Theni).

Route

Kerala

Kollam, Thevally, Anchalumoodu, Vellimon, Kundara, Perayam, Chittumala, Kizhakkekallada, Bharanikavu, Sooranad, Thamarakulam, Charummood, Chunakkara, Mankamkuzhy, Kollakadavu, Kodukulanji, Chengannur, Thiruvalla, Changanassery, Chingavanam, Kottayam, Kanjirappalli, Mundakkayam, Peermade, Vandiperiyar, Kumily

Thekkady to Theni Section of NH 220 National Highway of India

Tamil Nadu

Gudalur, Kambam, Uthamapalayam, Chinnamanur, Virapandi and Theni.[2]

References

  1. ^ Details of National Highways passing through Kerala
  2. ^ Google maps
  • Ministry of Road Transport & Highways


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