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Making a list cartographically important

Recently, I stumbled upon an article on the ten things to do while in Los Baños. After careful research and extensive lurking, I found something that can make the list “cartographically” important: The Open Static Map Service provided by MapQuest.

After playing around with the feature, I was able to put markers on the places/areas mentioned on the list and create this map:

Here are the stats:

Center: 14.167,121.24364
Size: 720,540 (Within the Facebook image size limit)
Type: Map
Zoom: 13
Imagetype: png
POI’s:

1,14.163146,121.215645,-20,0|

2,14.134661,121.192331|

3,14.169616,121.244538,35,0|

4,14.168919,121.241094,-40,0|

5,14.173642,121.243197,25,0|

6,14.16816,121.254687,30,0|

7,14.169179,121.244731,-30,-10|

8,14.181433,121.230912,0,-40|

9,14.165008,121.241566,-30,0|

10,14.159796,121.242757,0,30

Link to map: here
Source of POI’s: here
Data “converted” to POI’s by Ian Lopez

Map: CC BY-SA 2.0 OpenStreetMap and MapQuest

Note: POI # 3 points to Boston Cafe (Grove Branch)

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