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Thank you!

Now that you've made your contribution to OpenStreetMap, the data you add to OpenStreetMap improves the free world map for everyone, whether it's a small correction or thousands of roads added over time. Thank you for making OpenStreetMap just that much better!

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See your changes at openstreetmap.org

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You changes will also propagate to the many other services based on OpenStreetMap data, and be available for other editors to improve upon.

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  • Use OpenStreetMap - including ready-to-use software for your mobiles phone or desktop. We have variety of routers.
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