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Making a left turn in France

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In the US at an intersection, I never cross path with an oncoming vehicle making a left turn at the same time. But when I was checking the route on google, I came across this intersection, https://maps.google.com/maps?hl=en&ll=43.868339,5.142943&spn=0.001062,0.001735&t=m&z=19&layer=c&cbll=43.868331,5.143117&panoid=siN8ocXFe-pTIEA4zK951w&cbp=12,89.08,,0,1.39 .
Here the cars making left turn on both directions are way past each other. It this something unique because of the orientation of two roads crossing at a skewed angle? Do they do this even when the roads cross at a right angle?

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