Surami Pass

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The Old Surami Pass. A locomotive can be seen on the left
Celebration of opening Sruami tunnel. ca. 1890s

The Surami Pass (ru: Сурамский перевал) is a mountain pass in the Likhi Range of Georgia with an altitude of 949 metres (3,114 ft).

The pass connects the western and eastern part of Georgia. A railroad (in the tunnel) runs through the pass, as well as the ZestaponiKhashuri highway.

Rail service through Suramsky Pass was opened in 1872. The rail line was electrified in 1933.

Coordinates: 42°01′37″N 43°30′01″E / 42.02694°N 43.50028°E / 42.02694; 43.50028

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