@plepe Thank you for posting.
I don't see what makes it different from openstreetmap.
Also, why it promotes twitter while you post on masto?
Here's what i see:
@gemlog What makes it different, are these categories on the left side, where you can "browse" the map content.
You opened "Culture", but you have to open one or more sub categories to see actual data. You might need to zoom in further (it will tell you).
About Twitter: Until a few days there was a twitter feed (don't know why it stopped working). I just registered on Mastodon yesterday - I was thinking about a different feed, but haven't changed anything yet ...
@adrianheine Of course :-) All map data is from OSM, only wikipedia and image links are external (but only via tags from OSM objects).
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