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You aren't forced to use it and can leave it empty, or you can use it for other aspects of your country. For example, you might use it to record islands (as I presume you can have more than one city on an island), or another idea might be to use it a binary islands or Jutland.
Thank you for getting back to me and great tip!
I have almost 30.000 images in my main catalog. Many of these doesn't require a State/Province tag, and here is my main problem... I find it annoying when filtering/searching/working through my images, that the field "Unknown State" is highlighted in the Metadata Location Panel.
Does that make sense? Sorry but English is not my native language
There's nothing you can really do, because the 4 country / state / city / location is a very crude standard. Imagine where you take a picture on that big bridge to Sweden - how do you fill in those fields? What if you are in Denmark but the subject is in Sweden - what helps you most, recording where it was taken or what it shows. So while Unknown State is ugly, you can always try what I suggest, if it's useful.
Most Danes speak English better than native speakers!
Think I got it now... after that I have realized (thank you) that I can use the field the way you have suggested - it actually makes good sense to use it that way.
"Most Danes speak English better than native speakers!" That made me laugh!