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Refering to http://www.openstreetmap.org/?lat=53.9236166&lon=14.2816911&zoom=16

On the map, there is this small gray gap between the waterbody and the Baltic Sea. The data in JOSM shows that the coastline and the waterbody share the same line segment, so there should be no such gap. Or is there any other data involved that defines coastlines?

If you look closely, this gray area also occurs at the beach besides the river mouth.

asked 25 Jan '13, 01:29

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You've pretty much answered your own question - it's probably a coastline issue. This previous answer explains it.

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answered 25 Jan '13, 01:46

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Thank you for the link.

(25 Jan '13, 01:51) rohieb

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