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Pelias does not currently support directly returning polygon or polyline data. However, you can use a workaround until it does. A search or autocomplete request to pelias that returns Munich will have a feature in the response that looks something like this (with some data removed for conciseness): "properties": { "id": "101748479", "gid": "...


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If you want to use QuickMapServices 1) go to Web -> QuickMapServices -> Settings 2) add/edit/remove -> create service from existing (3.a) or create new service (3.b) 3.a) If you chose create service from existing choose the one you want to edit. 3.b) If you create a new service choose TMS as Type 4) in TMS tab edit the url and insert your api key


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As stated on an example at thunderforest.com use https://tile.thunderforest.com/cycle/{z}/{x}/{y}.png?apikey=<insert-your-apikey-here>. You can add XYZ-Tiles to QGIS via Browser -> XYZ-Tiles -> New Connection


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Unless you're in the desert or somewhere like that, then there are likely to be nodes nearby. You should never expect to find a node at exactly the same point as you are searching for. (if this isn't 'obvious', I recommend you read up on floating point comparisons) So you need to find the closest node(s) to each of your query locations. I used a KD-Tree ...


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First of all, the XYZ-Layer you are showing is a raster tile. You can not modify it or get any informations from it. What you need is vector data. You can get all data you need for your project from OSM for free (but dont forget to give credentials to osm contributors ;)). You can either use overpass-turbo api for example from this website: https://overpass-...


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