Is it Danmark or Denmark?

Wade K

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AFAIK, 'Danmark' is simply the Danish word for Denmark. Dunno why Yahoo has it spelled differently in different locations.
 

MickeS

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Yes, "Danmark" is the Danish name for the country. If you notice on the mail-page, they spell all the European countries in the language of that country (Danmark - Deutschland - España - France - Italia - Norge - Sverige).
/Mike
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Kevin Coleman

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I see, thanks guys. I figured it was something like that.
Kevin C.

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Larry Schneider

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And, of course, it should be "Moskva" not "Moscow." I think on early maps it gor transliterated from Russian to German to English.
 

Kirk Gunn

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David - LOL - I thought I was the only one who heard that song in my youth... Good to see there still some dementia out there, even from the "good old days"...
 

Bjorn Olav Nyberg

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Is it Copenhagen or Kobenhaven ?
København in Danish
Unless you meant the english spelling, in which case I would guess Copenhagen. I have no idea where Kobenhaven comes from, I have never heard it before. So I guess this post wasn't helpful after all

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