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 Zestaponi-Khashuri 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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