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Hi all,

I'm a Windows developer (Delphi) and are working on an application which shows boundaries of countries for faster finding the country's place in the world. Now I've seen there's no boundary of lesotho. When I click the link "Staatsgrenze Königreich Lesotho" = http://www.openstreetmap.org/relation/88206 a hint appears and tells me: "boundary lesotho - removed, because there we two identical boundary relations". I fear anybody has removed both boundaries for lesotho ...

greetings von Karlsruhe, Germany

in German:
Hi, ich bin Windows-Entwickler, arbeite mit Delphi und arbeite derzeit an einem Programm, das Umrisse der Staatsgrenzen anzeigt, um auf diese Weise schneller erkennen zu können, wo auf der Welt ein Staat liegt. Nun habe ich festgestelt, daß für Lesotho kein Boundary existiert. Es wurde offenbar entfernt, weil, wie in der Meldung zu sehen ist, zwei Boundaries existieren. Womöglich hat man hier aber beide Boundaries entfernt: http://www.openstreetmap.org/relation/88206
Grüße aus Karlsruhe, Germany

asked 27 Aug '14, 10:45

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edited 27 Aug '14, 12:26

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Is http://www.openstreetmap.org/relation/2093234 what you want?

I found that by showing the history of the deleted relation, clicking on a way, and looking at what relations it was part of.

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answered 27 Aug '14, 10:54

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Hi SomeoneElse,

this works fine :-) This was the only missing boundary. Thank you very much :-))

greetings from Karlsruhe

(27 Aug '14, 12:10) PCHeiler

@PCHeiler: Please mark this answer as accepted if it solves your problem.

(27 Aug '14, 12:28) aseerel4c26 ♦
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