Hi, everyone.

Is there a way to embed a location using the human readable address instead of co-ordinates? My website has a function that builds google map embed code around any given addresses from a database. I want to switch away from google and use OSM, but I rely on this functionality and cannot rebuild the code because it would break other websites that depend on it.

Since OSM won't allow me to embed the page I see when I am searching for a location, I can't see a way to make this work.

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