This wikipedia article refers to this osm feature.

and this feature refers to this article

I am under the impression that the wikipedia page will show up a map showing the feature but it has shown up for 1st but not the second.

asked 05 Sep '13, 07:00

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edited 06 Sep '13, 17:25


This is because, the wiki article should have a {{Coord}} template to represent itself as a georaphic object.

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answered 20 Sep '13, 17:47

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As amritkarma pointed out correctly you have to edit Wikipedia to see coordinates at the article.

WIWOSM is a tool for highlighting certain objects in OSM which are connected by a wikipedia link. As far as I know only the german Wikipedia has embedded this functionality: example WP:DE

To check if entries not available in WP:DE work, you have to have a try directly on the toolserver: example Bronze and Brass Museum

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answered 20 Sep '13, 22:16

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You’re asking why Wikipedia doesn’t have a link to OSM, correct ? Did you consider sending your question to Wikipedia ? IMHO they should add a link on their pages, isn’t it ? They're free to do so or even do it yourself.

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answered 05 Sep '13, 09:09

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No, the question is about WIWOSM.

(05 Sep '13, 09:26) scai ♦
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