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Currently seeking cemeteries and graveyards around London. Is it possible to make them stand out more so that they are easier to spot, or make everything else dimmer? Otherwise only visible at high magnification.

asked 28 Jun '17, 17:10

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Thanks, don't get any results for amenity=graveyard, so presume it's all landuse=cemetery. Like the way one has to first enter GreaterLondon without a space in the Wizard, and then need to add space in code for query to run.

(29 Jun '17, 16:57) GrahamTD

If the location has a space in it, you can wrap it in quotes like "Greater London" and the wizard will then handle it properly.

(29 Jun '17, 22:21) alester

Use Overpass Turbo & MapCSS to highlight them. Simple example here.

Or you can extract them and upload to umap where you have more styling options, but it's a bit trickier to do an automatically updated map.

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answered 28 Jun '17, 17:36

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edited 28 Jun '17, 17:42

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