Geocoding
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Geocoding $0,15 per request Not included in the annual subscription. Not included in the annual subscription.
The "Geocoding via API" service offers the capability to determine coordinates by address, providing additional postal codes and full information for the specified address
Reverse Geocoding
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Reverse Geocoding $0,15 per request Not included in the annual subscription. Not included in the annual subscription.
The "Reverse Geocoding" service enables the identification of nearest addresses (houses, streets, cities) based on given geographic coordinates, providing comprehensive location information.
US Address Autocomplete
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US Address Autocomplete Free plan: Up to 10,000 daily requests at no charge Free plan: Up to 10,000 daily requests at no charge
The "US Address Autocomplete" service ensures precise completion of the postal address, including the ZIP code, state, city district, nearby metro, and coordinates, eliminating potential typos.
Poland Address Autocomplete
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Poland Address Autocomplete Free plan: Up to 10,000 daily requests at no charge Free plan: Up to 10,000 daily requests at no charge
The "Poland Address Autocomplete" service ensures fast and accurate filling of Polish addresses without errors.
Spain Address Autocomplete
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Spain Address Autocomplete Free plan: Up to 10,000 daily requests at no charge Free plan: Up to 10,000 daily requests at no charge
The "Spain Address Autocomplete" service ensures accurate and instant filling of Spanish addresses without typos.
France Address Autocomplete
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France Address Autocomplete Free plan: Up to 10,000 daily requests at no charge Free plan: Up to 10,000 daily requests at no charge
"France Address Autocomplete" is your best service for precise and instant completion of French addresses without a single typo.
German Address Autocomplete
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German Address Autocomplete Free plan: Up to 10,000 daily requests at no charge Free plan: Up to 10,000 daily requests at no charge
The "German Address Autocomplete" service will unlock the key to precise and instant completion of German addresses, taking into account postal code, region, city district, metro, and coordinates, ensuring the absence of typos.
Russia Address Autocomplete
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Russia Address Autocomplete Free plan: Up to 10,000 daily requests at no charge Free plan: Up to 10,000 daily requests at no charge
The "Russia Address Autocomplete" service ensures precise input of the postal address with the postal code, linking to the FIAS (GAR), city district, metro, and coordinates, excluding possible typos.
UK Address Autocomplete
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UK Address Autocomplete Free plan: Up to 10,000 daily requests at no charge Free plan: Up to 10,000 daily requests at no charge
The "UK Address Autocomplete" service ensures precise completion of the postal address, including the postal code, county, city district, nearby metro, and coordinates, preventing potential typos.
A collaborative project for creating free, editable, and shareable geographical data, providing users worldwide access to detailed and up-to-date maps.

OpenStreetMap (OSM) is a collaborative project for creating and updating free geographical data for use in various applications and services. Launched in 2004, OSM has become a crucial tool for developers, researchers, government agencies, and regular users in need of geospatial information.

The core idea of OpenStreetMap is to build and maintain a free, editable, and shareable database of geographic information. OSM`s distinctive feature is its decentralized approach to data collection, allowing ordinary users worldwide to contribute information. This facilitates the creation of detailed maps covering various types of features, from roads and buildings to rivers and geographical landmarks.

The OpenStreetMap database contains extensive information about the world in the form of geographic objects and their attributes. It relies on using geometric data like points, lines, and polygons to represent objects on the map. The entire database is open and freely accessible under the Open Database License (ODbL).

The main elements in the OpenStreetMap database are nodes, ways, and relations. Nodes are points on the map used to mark precise coordinates, such as road intersections or specific buildings. Ways are sets of nodes connected in a specific order, allowing the description of roads, rivers, or boundaries. Polygons are closed lines forming a shape, representing objects like buildings or bodies of water.

One key aspect of OpenStreetMap is the ability for the general public to participate in data collection and updates. Users can contribute through various means, including the web interface on the official site, mobile apps, or even GPS devices. This contributes to the continuous improvement and updating of the map, keeping it relevant and useful.

An important component of the OpenStreetMap database is the tagging system, enabling additional information to be attached to objects. Tags consist of keywords describing object properties, such as type, material, color, or other characteristics. This makes the database flexible and adaptable to various user needs.

OpenStreetMap not only provides data for maps but also serves as a platform for various applications and services. Developers can utilize the OSM open API to integrate maps into their applications, as well as download and analyze data for their projects. This supports the creation of innovative solutions in navigation, geographic information systems, and other related fields.

Thanks to an active community of contributors, OpenStreetMap has become a reliable data source for numerous geographical tasks. Governmental bodies use OSM for urban development planning, local communities create maps of their areas, and conservationists monitor changes in ecosystems. It is an example of how collective effort can lead to the creation of valuable resources accessible to all.