How articles from Wikipedia are attached to GoogleMaps

Asked by hojjat sedaqat p

In particular, why is article bit.ly/dzTQYI visible on the map, but article bit.ly/b78LOf is not?

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meg wise
Do you mean the coordinates in the right corner of the article?
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rather means that when viewing Google maps. in the “other”, the “Wikipedia” checkbox is put and the wikipedia articles are shown on the map. something like this link - blair iolair
pedro timoteo
coordinates are written in both articles, but with different parameters

in the article which is tied to google maps
 
 |lat_dir = N|lat_deg = 55|lat_min = 45|lat_sec = 09
 |lon_dir = E|lon_deg = 38|lon_min = 00|lon_sec = 32
 |region        = RU
 |CoordScale    = 


an article that is not tied to google maps
 
 |lat_deg = 55.727319 
 |lon_deg = 37.966244
 |CoordAddon = 
 |CoordScale = 

can try to add the region = RU parameter can help
P.S. or change the recording format of the coordinates to a more detailed one, as in the first version
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You are wrong. The format of the parameters simply depends on the card template. As a result, the {{coord}} template is called there, which inserts coordinates in a standard format.

Google most likely uses laid out dumps to create a layer of Wikipedia articles, and updates it quite rarely. I can assume that they parse the microformat geo, which is used in {{coord}}, but perhaps they do something else. - k klemenich
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