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May 18, 2022

[Answer] The world's longest possible passenger train journey connects which two countries?

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...1. Canada to Argentina 2. Portugal to Singapore 3. Morocco to South Africa 4. Russia to India




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Portugal to Singapore - Thanks to a new rail route which opened up between Laos and China in late 2021, it’s now possible to journey all the way from the seaside town of Lagos, Portugal, to cosmopolitan Singapore by train. The 11,654 miles of track wind through Europe, Russia, and Southeast Asia — though you will have to switch train lines along the way. That’s not all bad news, however — Paris, Moscow, Beijing, and Bangkok are a few of the cities you’ll pass through. The Trans-Siberian leg of the journey is the longest direct railroad journey in the world, covering 5,753 miles. In total, the rail journey from Portugal to Singapore takes about 21 days without stops.:


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