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Hi,

I'm just trying to download polygons of regions for Oman country and it seems there is some issue for Al Wusta. If you open: https://www.openstreetmap.org/relation/3781238 it is showing proper border as per Wikipedia.

But if you go to get WKT you can see it is different shape even http://polygons.openstreetmap.fr/get_image.py?id=3781238&params=0.

It seems it is giving wrong points and I'm not sure where to report or how to fix it.

asked 27 Apr '20, 11:56

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edited 27 Apr '20, 11:58


Hi,

If you refresh the original geometry you should get an up to date polygon which looks correct.

http://polygons.openstreetmap.fr/index.py?id=3781238

Edited to say not quite the same as the wiki outline

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answered 29 Apr '20, 08:31

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edited 29 Apr '20, 08:34

Awesome, it is proper now (more or less as per wiki :)). Could you also check same for this? https://help.openstreetmap.org/questions/74470/bahrain-capital-governorate-polygon-issue

(29 Apr '20, 11:14) alexzd89

Hi, refreshing geometry results with this image :-http://polygons.openstreetmap.fr/get_image.py?id=3028094&params=0

(29 Apr '20, 12:52) BCNorwich

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