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The village on Ruidera (Ciudad Real) (España) has any tag of village. The other villages has it proper node with a lot of information provided by the National Geographic Institute (Instituto geográfico Nacional). What should I do?

asked 08 Sep '14, 23:04

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Sometimes a node can cause problem when doing a search for a street. the street may get linked to the nearest town node, which may be incorrect. Some consider a town polygon only is best. see https://help.openstreetmap.org/questions/5745/town-nodes-and-polygons-that-fail-to-confine-the-name-within-an-area

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answered 09 Sep '14, 19:19

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The only OSM object decribing the place you mentioned seems to be the boundary relation 341275 .

So it seems there is no single node (point) with place=xxx for that village. (verified via overpass-turbo.eu by zooming to that area, choosing wizard modus and do a query for place=* )

Either there has never been an node for that place, or a node with that information has been deleted.

The easiest way would be do create a new node and add all tags from other villages around, and adjust them to that place.

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answered 09 Sep '14, 13:14

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Ok, I'll do that

But, Is there any way to look for nodes deleted on a region?

(09 Sep '14, 16:50) vfrico
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Looking at relation history (http://www.openstreetmap.org/relation/341275/history), there was indeed a place node deleted a couple years ago (http://www.openstreetmap.org/node/527829933/history), it can be restored if needed.

(09 Sep '14, 19:34) Alecs01
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