Modern drivers are reasonably and understandably frustrated and confused when they come across these "masterpieces" of traffic:
Crossroads Tom Moreland, crossing inter-state routes 85 and 285 in Atlanta, Georgia, USA
The main intersection - the intersection of Highways 1 and 16, Auckland, New Zealand
These are often referred to as "corrupt" or "Spaghetti" junction, and they are located in almost every major city in the west. Here you can find the street that does not end anywhere, streets that allow traffic in both directions (however, without providing the appropriate lanes), and the streets that changed names more often than spies during the Cold War.
However, this intersection in Moscow, really deserves to be called "uhhhhhhhh"
To make a left in the Rozanov Street, into neighboring Horosev Street, you will need to drive a lot:
When you read the Russian auto forums, you can find out that this is not a unique case, and that these "crossroads" appear a lot in Russia, particularly at the entrances to towns.
Also, an interesting intersection is the one in Israel: an example of where to turn in order to reach Highway 6 next to the city of Nessarim:
It seems to me that after all we’ve seen, we can safely say that some of our intersections that we find hard are actually a piece of cake...
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