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New topographic map Switzerland

The new topographic map Switzerland for Garmin navigation devices are nor online and ready for download. The topographic map of Switzerland is a full routable GPS map for Garmin.

Topografic map of Switzerland

We created a now Topographic Map of the Switzerland with a file size of 178 MB. Containing all the features of our normal maps including auto routing and POIs (point of interest) like Hotels, Filling stations, Shopping Centers, Airports, and many more. The map is for Garmin Navigation units and can be copied directly on the Garmin device. We took a lot of care to convert the maps so they will work on your Garmin GPS navigation devices.  All files are converted to the Garmin .img format. The maps are stored in a zip file containing the .img file for Garmin devices.

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Topografic map of Switzerland

Download Switzerland Topographic Map Рgmapsupp.img for Garmin

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New topographic map Netherlands

The Topographic Map of the Netherlands is now online and ready for downloading. We created a now Topographic Map of the Netherlands with a file size of 412 MB. Containing all the features of our normal maps including auto routing and POIs (point of interest) like Hotels, Filling stations, Shopping Centers, Airports, and many more. The map is for Garmin Navigation units and can be copied directly on the Garmin device.

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Map example of the Netherlands Topographic Map for Garmin

The Netherlands map from the OpenStreetMap project provides excellent topographic routable roadmaps. These maps are converted to use them legal and free of charge on any Garmin GPS device.

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NetherlandsTopographic Map Netherlands 412 MB download

 

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Map details on Garmin Worldmaps

The map we use on GarminWorldmaps are based on data from OpenStreetMap. We use this data for rendering and converting our own Garmin compatible GPS maps. OpenStreetMap reates and distributes free geographic data for the world. They started it because most maps are actually not free and have legal or technical restrictions on their use, holding back people from using them in creative, productive, or unexpected ways. OpenStreetMap represents physical features on the ground (e.g., roads or buildings) using tags attached to its basic data structures (its nodes, ways, and relations). Each tag describes a geographic attribute of the feature being shown by that specific node, way or relation. http://www.openstreetmap.org

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So how accurate are these maps actually?

OpenStreetMaps are compared to other maps are equal in details and accuracy. Thousand and thousands of people word on this map every single day to improve it.
They show Motorways, Street Names and small Tracks. As well as thousand of POIs (Point of Interest) like Hotel, Filling stations, Supermarkets, Hospitals, and many more. http://wiki.openstreetmap.org OpenStreetMap’s dataset has grown to unprecedented size. The database now contains over 21 million miles of road (33,968,739 km) data and 78 million buildings.

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more statustics at http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Statistics

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Zoom examples on GarminWorldmaps Ethiopia map using Basecamp.

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Ethiopia map at Zoom level 100 km

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Ethiopia map at Zoom level 10 km

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Ethiopia map at Zoom level 5 km

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Ethiopia map at Zoom level 300 m

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Ethiopia map at Zoom level 100 m