Hi I am unable to show "http://www.openstreetmap.org/browse/node/2305033472". It is

historic = memorial
name = La Madonnella

and I've tried with several OpenStreetBrowser , Amenity Editor , and others

Could you please help me with step-by-step guide to show it ? thanks

asked 17 May '13, 13:10

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edited 17 May '13, 15:40

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(17 May '13, 13:20) SomeoneElse ♦

@giuseppemari: What do you mean by "show"? What do you want to see? Just this one node? All memorials with this name? By the way: it is shown on the standard mapnik map on osm.org.

(17 May '13, 15:46) aseerel4c26 ♦

You can use Overpass Turbo to filter OpenStreetMap data by any criteria (e.g. by tags). In the example I linked there is a memorial point, which you can click on. If you pan the map to different location and click "Run", it would show all memorials in that place. The site can export results in different format, including a PNG image and an interactive map (click "Export", then "Map").

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answered 17 May '13, 15:59

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This one uses a monument icon which does render. I did a nominatim search for memorials and it came up. http://www.openstreetmap.org/?lat=-8.731299&lon=125.567368&zoom=18&layers=M

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answered 17 May '13, 18:49

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edited 17 May '13, 18:51

The one OP referred to would also feature an icon, if not for an tourism=viewpoint nearby, which takes the place where memorial's icon should be. As you can see, the name of the memorial is still displayed.

(17 May '13, 19:01) Zverik

I see that now after checking with p2

(18 May '13, 00:09) andy mackey
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