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So I am trying to export a map but this is what I come across: This site can’t be reached The webpage at might be temporarily down or it may have moved permanently to a new web address. ERR_INVALID_RESPONSE

I tried it with different locations, still got the same problem.

asked 06 Feb '19, 01:37

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edited 08 Feb '19, 06:27

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Works for me - can you try again? If you're trying to export too big an area, please read the text in the export box:

"If the above export fails, please consider using one of the sources listed below:

Overpass API Download this bounding box from a mirror of the OpenStreetMap database

Planet OSM Regularly updated copies of the complete OpenStreetMap database

Geofabrik Downloads Regularly-updated extracts of continents, countries, and selected cities

Other Sources Additional sources listed on the OpenStreetMap wiki "

(06 Feb '19, 10:08) SomeoneElse ♦

This is what I am talking about, I have tried with totally different cities and still the same problem.

(08 Feb '19, 01:20) LuisCastillo11

You cannot export the raw map data directly from the editing(!) API of such a big region (bbox). Try with a tiny area (e.g. only 100 × 100 m² - example export). If you need a big area: Try the alternatives mentioned by SomeoneElse or see the many older questions on export.

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answered 08 Feb '19, 06:31

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edited 08 Feb '19, 06:35

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