Dear all,

I have to download an OSM map of particular known coordinates. I have four coordinates of an area and I want to download my selected area only. How to perform this?

Please suggest me how to do this open street map?

Thanks.

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asked 18 Nov '11, 14:03

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edited 28 Apr '13, 18:02

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What do you mean by "OSM map"? There are many.

(28 Apr '13, 18:00) aseerel4c26 ♦

Please don't put two questions into one. This is not useful on this site - I have deleted the second question - please re-add if still unanswered on this site (search).

(28 Apr '13, 18:02) aseerel4c26 ♦

This other thread should interest you

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answered 18 Nov '11, 16:25

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What you point to is a .osm file. rajgaurav wants a map.

(29 Apr '13, 14:55) gormo

If you mean the standard map on osm.org and you don't need to do it many many times automatically: Use the Export tab - it allows to enter four coordinates and to download the rendered map.

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answered 28 Apr '13, 18:00

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You can use export option on the sit e: http://www.openstreetmap.org/. Please refer this snap shot for your answeralt text

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answered 29 Apr '13, 11:48

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