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Where should I stop in this intersection when turning left?

The markings (ahead of the car in the image above) clearly indicate that you are only allowed to go straight ahead in the bike lane. For turning left you have two options: You behave like a car, and ...
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Where should I stop in this intersection when turning left?

I'd disagree with the other answers. Unless you prefer a Copenhagen turn / box turn / Indirektes Linksabbiegen (legal, probably safest, but slow) I'd suggest C and take the entire lane (!), exactly ...
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Groups of cyclists entering intersection having right-of-way?

Austria (AT) - StVO §68, section 2 Radfahrer in Gruppen ab zehn Personen ist das Queren einer Kreuzung im Verband durch den übrigen Fahrzeugverkehr zu erlauben. Dabei sind beim Einfahren in die ...
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Is taking the lane discouraged in the Netherlands?

On the bike you are obliged to use the mandatory bike lane if one is present. This is indicated by a blue round traffic sign with a white bicycle. In your picture it would be illegal to take the left ...
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Groups of cyclists entering intersection having right-of-way?

Not entirely similar to the Spanish situation, but the Belgians have special rules for groups consisting of 15 or more cyclists, as written in Article 43 of the Roadcode (Wegcode). The law makes a ...
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Where should I stop in this intersection when turning left?

Having cycled there a few times myself, I have found the best line to take to be an indirect left turn (indirektes Linksabbiegen), as pictured in the image by the blue line: You continue straight ...
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Groups of cyclists entering intersection having right-of-way?

🇩🇪 Germany, StVO § 27 on "Verbände" (closed groups) It has clear lower bound on the number of participants, and delegates the responsibility for the whole group to those in the front: § ...
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Groups of cyclists entering intersection having right-of-way?

In Sweden, cycling in a group is more or less illegal (but not enforced), and each cyclist is treated as an individual vehicle with regards to right of way etc. The law specifically states that the ...
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Where should I stop in this intersection when turning left?

Depending on driving culture in your city, all of those positions range from moderately dangerous to suicidal. B (and blocking the cycle lane) is by far the safest. The other positions any car that ...
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Where should I stop in this intersection when turning left?

This answer is based on the information from the image in the original question, where it is not visible that the bike lane is straight-or-right only. Given that extra information, you should ...
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