Lately, I've been trying to use lat/long information to plot on QGIS without any good results because I lack the correct EPSG code for the coordinate reference system. This is not the case with Google Earth, which always plots in the correct places using lat/long information.
I concluded that Google has an automatic way to discern them an select the correct coordinate reference system, and other posts have also suggested it. Is there a way to know which one are they using for my data?
45.801417207831314,9.092656559575259 45.801417207831314,9.092656559575259 45.801417207831314,9.092656559575259 45.801417207831314,9.092656559575259 45.801421972667725,9.092675509431874 45.80142711235822,9.092700934521718 45.8014346957649,9.09272071353453 45.80144571424553,9.092746763378287
Note: my data is from Como, Italy.