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Cliff and Historic Ruins do not appear on the map when you mark them.

asked 25 Feb '16, 09:34

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Andrey Krivko
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edited 25 Feb '16, 19:57

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Can you give an example of something that doesn't appear? The browser URL bar should be good enough if you zoom in.

Also - note that there are lots and lots of different renderings of OSM data, there's not one "the map". There are actually 5 different renderings on the openstreetmap.org site - click the "stack of books" icon at the right-hand side to choose between them.

(25 Feb '16, 09:39) SomeoneElse ♦
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Also, even the map on osm.org doesn't get updated immediately: https://help.openstreetmap.org/questions/178/how-often-does-the-main-mapnik-map-get-updated

(25 Feb '16, 09:54) Piskvor
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In addition to the 5 renderings @SomeoneElse mentions, there are lots of other specialized renderings, including the Historical Objects map which may be useful for your purposes: http://gk.historic.place/historische_objekte/translate/en/index-en.html

(25 Feb '16, 15:45) neuhausr

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