Help me figure out these weird Spanish, Danish, and Portugese characters in an address given to me via the Internet. I don't think what I see is what is meant.
The sample from Denmark is
where the first character looks like this
. That's a Russian letter, so that can't be right. What is the correct character?
The Spanish address is
Gracia 15, 5º 2ª
Where there is Gracia, fifteen, comma, five, then what looks like a degree symbol, then a two, then what looks like a little "a" in superscript. It's rare that I see superscripts in an address so I am worried that these must be written as something else. I actually see a lot of superscripted addresses like this come from Spain.
Similarly, the Portugese address is
Outubro nº 198 6º
where the "n" and "6" are followed by what looks like a degree symbol.
How should these be written?