The tool I have been using is this one:
You will need google translate on to use it, but it seems to work quite fast
And here is a link to Unesco monuments with geocoordinates:
<http://whc.unesco.org/en/254>Wow, your list is long! You may want to split
those up into a list hierarchy if you have time - during our competition it
was quite slow to make modifications to such long lists.
2011/3/28 Tomasz Kozłowski <odder.wiki(a)gmail.com>
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I have been wondering for some time about a tool which could be used for
adding geographic coordinates to the list of monuments in a country.
Some users on the Polish Wikipedia have already started adding
coordinates to monuments located near their locations (example:
Answering their question about what tool
should be used, I told them to
use the famous GeoLocator
<http://tools.freeside.sk/geolocator/geolocator.html> which has been
used both on the Polish Wikipedia as well as on the Commons.
What tool do you use? Are there any other, better suitable tools to be
Another question is about the possibility of having a pan-European
sponsorship or patronage from a European (not only from the European
Union) organisation or institution.
It has been suggested to me that we may try getting sponsorship or
patronage from Europeana <http://www.europeana.eu/portal/> and today I
have been leaked that indeed we have gained sponsorship from that
organisation; however I can't find any information about that in the
archives, so that's maybe a behind-the-scenes activity? Any upcoming
press releases of which I haven't been told? :-)
Tomasz Kozłowski | [[user:odder]]
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