Wikipedia: The Pan-American Highway (French: (Auto)route panaméricaine/transaméricaine; Portuguese: Rodovia/Auto-estrada Pan-americana; Spanish: Autopista/Carretera/Ruta Panamericana) is a network of roads stretching across the American continents and measuring about 30,000 kilometres (19,000 mi) in total length. Except for a rainforest break of approximately 106 km (70 mi), called the Darién Gap, the roads link almost all of the Pacific coastal countries of the America in a connected highway system.
The Pan-American Highway is almost 30,000 miles long and the longest single road trip in the world. Just in case you are looking for an idea for your next road trip. Source: https://t.co/L7iV97ZBis pic.twitter.com/7LXpiv4y9y
— Simon Kuestenmacher (@simongerman600) June 3, 2019
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