Some interesting renderings of OpenStreetMap data:
- Water-Map - Refill your water bottle anywhere
- OpenRailwayMap - Map of railway networks
- Curvature - Find twisty roads
- QueerMap - Map of Queer places
- Wikimap: A map of all geotagged Wikipedia articles
- World map - Lights of the sea online, a Google Maps and OpenStreetMap based interactive map full of blinking lighthouses, light buoys and other beacons to discover and explore.
If you want to print out local maps, MyOSMatic is a service to generate maps of cities using OpenStreetMap data. The generated maps are available in PNG, PDF and SVG formats and are ready to be printed.
On a terminal? Sure: MapSCII is a
Braille & ASCII world map renderer for the console:
telnet mapscii.me and
explore the map with the mouse, keyboard arrows, and
z to zoom,
to switch to block character mode,
q to quit.
Alternatively you can fly over it, and you might have to dodge the rare map editing bug, or have fun landing on it: A typo created a 212-story monolith in ‘Microsoft Flight Simulator’