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I could not find any specific information about physically printing maps found on the site. These are not for embedding into sites or printing FROM a website. These are actually on paper.

I understand that they have to be credited and with a logo? Do these need to be in a specific place on the map itself, in the credit section... on the bottom right of the map? Can guidelines be given about this please.

I am seeking to include maps in documentation to people for short term stays in Barcelona City.

asked 11 Mar '11, 16:11

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Have a look at the legal FAQ. In short is says: do what you would do if you had to credit a commerical data source.

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answered 11 Mar '11, 16:21

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I open the map with QUO or you could just view the map,then do a screen grab paste it into word and print it put the CC-SA bit any where that is convenient for you.also see question http://help.openstreetmap.org/questions/3330/why-doesnt-openstreetmaporg-show-attribution-and-copyright-notice

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answered 13 Mar '11, 13:13

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