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Hello,

For an XXL scale project (where I need sub-metric details for a small outdoor project, note that accuracy is not a big deal, I just want to draw and display small points, lines and polygons relative to each others), I'm searching for a background OSM-based map which displays beyond zoom level 19, I would say up to 24-26.

Do you know some URL which serve tiles matching this format: //{s}.tile.domain.org/{z}/{x}/{y}.png for such large zoom levels?

If no, I guess I have to build my own tilling service, but I don't want to reinvent the wheel.
Do you know some tools to quickly build my own web service based on OSM data?

Thanks.

asked 03 Jun, 15:21

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edited 03 Jun, 15:28


With regard to creating your own tiles, see here for displaying zoom levels up to 28. A branch of a fork of mod_tile with that in it is here - just use that in place of the normal one. If that isn't enough, see here for zoom levels up to 30.

The tiles underneath https://map.atownsend.org.uk cover Ireland and the UK at zoom levels up to 24.

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answered 03 Jun, 17:17

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For your first question, I've never seen that. Sometimes it goes as far as 20 (maybe 21) but never seen more.

For the second question, the reference is switch2osm.org.

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answered 03 Jun, 17:02

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