The Most World's Most Dangerous Road-Turkey's Bayburt D915 Road
Thursday, January 21, 2016
Located in the foothills of the 6,000-foot-high Soganli Mountain, it is described as a difficult route where 'you cannot turn at some of the bends in a single manoeuvre; this road was built by Russian soldiers in 1916.
Turkey's Bayburt D915 Road is 66 miles long with 29 hairpin bends and no railings to prevent cars plunging over edges. The road is listed as more risky than the infamous 'Death Road' in Bolivia. Parts of the road are routinely closed off to the public in wintertime due to snow blizzards and ice.