Remco: thats, not true Denmarks monet says kr. just like in Norway! :) But international it is DKK thats correct! :)
Strupletto and Mikki are correct.
Right on everyone, I thank you all. I am a beginning Norwegian language learner so I look to find the differences between Norsk and Dansk. I had a feeling that the DKK was for international purposes but really did not know for sure. I love all the input and research that we all do for these photo's. Travel, culture and geography are the spice of life. Cheers all.
In Denmark we say Kr as well as in Norway. DKK is only international, like the Norwegian krone is also called NOK internationally
Ich denke, es ist Ebeltoft. Keinesfalls Norwegen.
I am from Denmark and this has got to be either Ebeltoft or a place on Bornholm!
This has got to be Norway. The sign says HVER DAG (every day), 1 GLAS VIN (1 glass of wine) KR. 75 (kroner 75) if I am not mistaken I think Demark's money says DKK for Danish Kroner. Jeg skal si disse er Norge og ikke Dansk
Could it be Odense, Denmark?