As far as I know OSM doesn't support for route drawing.

I need an API advice for adding some markers on the map and showing the walking route between them.

I work on this area http://www.openstreetmap.org/#map=17/39.86739/32.74832

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If Ed's answer is not what you want may be this similar one is. https://help.openstreetmap.org/questions/25135/how-to-manually-create-a-gps-track-for-biking

(17 Oct '14, 15:35) andy mackey

I think there are a number of APIs for routing, though not provided by osm.org directly. The jsrouting development branch includes a number of options, for example.

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answered 16 Oct '14, 18:54

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If the "markers on a map" part of the question really means "how do I use a javascript library to display information over the top of some existing tiles" then you might find the links from here useful.

It's possible that uMap might also work for you - have a look at the various links from here and this previous question.

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