Although I do not know where this picture was taken, my educated guess would be something like Amsterdam’s Waterlooplein. Why? Because it’s an outdoor market full of non-Dutch natives working there as opposed to other Dutch markets which remain local in nature and accents. This sign features the English word ‘penlights’, written phonetically in Dutch. What I don’t get is why someone would write this knowing that Waterlooplein is full of tourists who cannot decode or read this. OK, they get the EUR 3,50 part, that’s a start. I find ‘penlaats’ very resourceful, but then if you can’t write Dutch or English, selling batteries on the market is definitely an option. The batteries look like ordinary batteries, but apparently they’re rechargeable. If this is Waterlooplein, sticking to the retro clothing is your best bet.