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I think the ones you mention pretty much cover what is available actually - the only other ones are the node, way and relation parameters for overlaying specific OpenStreetMap objects on the map. I would add though that most of these parameters are considered internal implementation details for use by the OpenStreetMap site itself and you shouldn't really ...


Here is the URL pattern: <latitude>_<longitude>_<width>_<height>_commons_<zoomlevel>_<language> &globe=Earth&lang=<language> <width> and <height> seem to have no effect. Example around the White House:


Thanks to the blog, I found out that they actually maintain a fork of Leaflet. It seems like it was never updated or tweaked on any way, being simply a frozen version of Leaflet at a commit from June 2, 2012, which corresponds to version 0.4. Looks like an upgrade is in order :)


You can use the Google Places API to get at this data. It will allow you to specify a Lat/Long coordination and return places based on a radius distance. There is also documentation for Javascript based application. Here's some info from the first article on using Place Search: The Google Places API allows you to query for place information on a ...

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