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Here the map is centered: https://www.openstreetmap.org/query?lat=56.03011&lon=21.08436#map=19/56.03012/21.08438 Left of the retail building there's a node number 9988102937, which is not shown even on the closest zoom level (likewise the one near Maxima). Does it depend on the object type? From what I understand certain types may not show on lower zoom levels, but this one isn't shown at all. If I use "query features", it's on the list, and if I click on it, I see the fields, and a circle around a missing icon.

asked 06 Aug, 09:08

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edited 17 Aug, 14:39

Hi, The zoom level does matter as to what is shown at a particular zoom, this so as to avoid clutter when zoomed out. But not all POI are shown on most maps, it depends on the map render and/or style. The vending machine you refer to is OK, you can view it on this POI map here:- https://www.flosm.de/en/poimap.html?lat=56.0302490&lon=21.0847151&r=174.26230&st=1&sw=atm,bank,bicycletubes,bureaudechange,cigarettes,condoms,drinks,excrementbags,newspapers,parcelmailin,parkingtickets,publictransporttickets,stamps,sweets,vendingmachine

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answered 14 Aug, 07:58

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Thank you! Despite https://github.com/gravitystorm/openstreetmap-carto/issues/1561 it's not rendered. I think this point is as good as not existant then.

(17 Aug, 14:38) aikipooh
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