I want to find elements (preferably with specific tags such as cities, villages, roads, monuments) in Greece that they do have a name tag and a name:en tag but not a name:el tag?

(Q2: Is there an easy way to copy the name tag to name:el tag massively?)

asked 19 May '18, 16:51

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edited 19 May '18, 16:52


For starters I'll recommend running the query https://overpass-turbo.eu/s/yWy , which will find all nodes in Greece with a name:en tag, but no name tag.

(this query currently comes up with 2132 nodes, of which 75 has name:el set)

There are fairly efficient ways to do the job, but you'll probably have to employ JOSM for that.

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answered 19 May '18, 17:59

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edited 20 May '18, 13:13

Thank you for your answer but the link is dead. Can you provide the code?

(20 May '18, 13:08) geraki

I've moved the trailing comma, so the link should work now.

In the wizard enter "type:node & name= & "name:en"= in Ελλάδα", then in the generated code insert a "!" right before "name"

(20 May '18, 13:20) Hjart
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