can I download or get a link to photos of places (monuments, buildings, etc.) received by rest request having in my order go places

asked 16 Dec '19, 20:58

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What service are you referring to? OpenStreetMap itself does not store any photos.

(16 Dec '19, 21:24) TZorn

but, some places on the map have image tags, with links, for example mappilary. I wanted to know if it is possible to pull these tags?

(17 Dec '19, 08:02) jailbot666

Example of a place with image tag https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/6286421825 Documentation of possible image tags https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Key:image

There isn't a REST or other API for those. You'd have to build it yourself. Basically download a copy of the https://planet.openstreetmap.org/ or regional extract (explained on the same page) and using tools like https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Osmfilter and some programming to extract the data you need.

Note mapillary has license terms. If you effectively build a mapillary image browser (and thus request images from their servers) you might have to pay. That's my reading of their terms, I'm not an expert and this is not legal advise.

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answered 17 Dec '19, 12:17

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ok, thx. you help me

(17 Dec '19, 12:20) jailbot666

That doesn't sound like the sort of thing that OpenStreetMap itself does, although someone might have created a photo-sharng service that uses OSM data to either display a map background or translating locations (latitude and longitude) to the name of a nearby place.

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answered 16 Dec '19, 21:23

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Tags such as picture, mappilary are described on the wiki. but it’s not clear how to use it

(17 Dec '19, 08:40) jailbot666
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