Image of the Week: British Isles, six years later

Six years after OSM was started, the British Isles are finally
starting to look mapped

This is a Featured image, which means that it has been identified as
one of the best examples of OpenStreetMap mapping, or that it provides
a useful illustration of the OpenStreetMap project.

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One thought on “Image of the Week: British Isles, six years later

  1. dave

    The text rendering seems to have got confused in the central section of the image. It looks like tiles have been stitched together where different settings have been used e.g. the names of London, Dundee, Edinburgh, Liverpool chester etc. where only part of the name has the white halo.Also, in the central area some names overlap and become unreadable.Shame as it’s an otherwise great image.

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