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You could do some processing before with osmconvert (http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Osmconvert) or osmosis. Basically you cut the area you're interested (clip based on bbox) in from the two extracts, then merge the two resulting files to have a single file. Then you can convert this file in spatialite, probably faster than doing on the complete file! ...


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You can do this with the QGIS plugin QuickOSM. You can also grab the query from the QuickOSM-gui and use that for querying the Overpass-API (you just need to paste the XML to the editor and run the script..) which will allow you to export the search result as GeoJSON or osm-file. See the last picture with a query comprising all OSM-Data within a given ...



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