Border should be a straight line along 25 East meridian and from here along 22 parallel
Comment from rknbg almost 2 years ago
Border of Egypt/Sudan should be a straight line along 22° latitude from here 25° longitude (Border of Lybia) going east for 650 km until reaching (31° longitude, Wadi Halfa) as shown in the UN Official Africa source map.
22° latitude is a geometrically defined border and should be a straight line in Mercator Projection. In OSM it is not a straight line but woobly.
Resolved by رامز over 1 year ago
Solved...please refer to http://www.openstreetmap.org/note/1558
- Reactivated by rknbg over 1 year ago
Comment from rknbg over 1 year ago
Egypt/Sudan solved as describet in http://www.openstreetmap.org/user/%D8%B1%D8%A7%D9%85%D8%B2/diary/20693
This on is about Egypt/Libya border along 25 East meridian. In OSM it is not a straight line but woobly.
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