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I wanted to know where can I download a map of Asuncion, Paraguay with the streets.

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asked 11 Jun '13, 21:39

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edited 11 Jun '13, 21:53

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In which kind of file format would you like the map? Do you want to put it in your GPS/navigator, put it in your GIS software, view or print it as a JPEG-file, etc...?

(11 Jun '13, 21:47) gnurk

Is this fine


or you need something else?

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answered 12 Jun '13, 00:12

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thank you for help.

(12 Jun '13, 16:35) deepblue2011

you can get a version for your Garmin device here: http://garmin.openstreetmap.nl/

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answered 12 Jun '13, 08:38

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A bigger selection (with a bit how-to): OSM_Map_On_Garmin/Download.

(12 Jun '13, 14:14) aseerel4c26 ♦

The Asuncion area map looks good to me. if it is good enough for you and you are running an android device you could try the Orux maps app. See this question and my second answer it works well for me so give it a try. This procure is for pre-loaded off-line maps. https://help.openstreetmap.org/questions/21317/which-extension-to-chose-when-exporting-a-selection-for-oruxmaps-use try this map for it http://download.mapsforge.org/maps/south-america/

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answered 12 Jun '13, 13:57

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edited 12 Jun '13, 14:00

Sorry Paraguay is not listed but may be included as part of the countries listed. perhaps that takes us back to your original question???

(12 Jun '13, 14:32) andy mackey

Simple option is to do a series of screen grabs and print them out. Microsoft ICE is a great free program for stitching Jpegs together if required.

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answered 12 Jun '13, 14:36

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