Alps' Roads - Misc. Locations
Except for most of the information missing or having fallen/torn/been ripped off, this is a typical highway sign. Doug Swift says he was on the "Desert Highway", which may translate into Route 40. Notice the apparent use of a yellow shoulderline.
Courtesy Adam Zawodny, Hennigsvaer by an unknown photographer. If you recognize it, please let me know, and also please let me visit the land where civil engineering is as graceful as the fjords.
E20 WB in Malmö and then on the new Öresund Bridge to Nyborg, Denmark, courtesy David Barnett. It begins with an Ø instead of an Ö in Danish, but they're the same letter in the slightly different alphabets.
United Arab Emirates
All photos from this country are courtesy Lauren Dimiceli.
A couple of freeway photos. There's a lot to process in a short time for a guide sign thanks to every message needing to be bilingual.
Internally illuminated street crossing features a lack of translation (for "when flashing", bottom right pictograph) and a very leisurely ambling man as the symbol. Okay, I'll take my time crossing this busy, dangerous intersection, because your light says so. (Which looks nothing like the symbol from before I started.)
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