- Click a region to adjust zoom level and map position.
- Click a city to adjust zoom level and map position.
- Related to actual map position. (Navigate the map to the desired area and appropriate zoom level).
Do not include administrative region names (e.g. country name) in tags. If you select place name do not include that name again in tags. Example – Pyramid of Cheops in Egypt: place: "Cairo"; tags: "Giza, pyramid, monument, Ancient Egypt, Seven Wonders of the World". Include tag private when you add private object, e.g. "private, house, Madonna".
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Review the form and mapygon boundary before submitting. You can edit the mapygon within one hour after submitting. Then editing is enabled only when several users agree that the mapygon needs to be updated.
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- easy-to-use add polygon interface
- multi-level regional context
- separate page for each mapygon
The term mapygon denotes representation of real object on the map using the shape of a simple polygon. A polygon is a closed planar path composed of a finite number of sequential line segments; simple polygon is a polygon which does not intersect itself anywhere (see Wikipedia articles Polygon and Simple polygon).
Mapygons are sorted by geographical location into one- to five-level structure.
Your contribution is welcome. We appreciate any interesting mapygon you add.
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Coordinator Body of National Survey and Mapping
email@example.com address of this mapygon
- Click visited mapygon to adjust zoom level and map position.
- Move the cursor over a mapygon to see its title.
- Click a mapygon for detailed information and advanced actions.
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