go-staticmaps - A go (golang) library and command line tool to render static map images using OpenStreetMap tiles

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A go (golang) library and command line tool to render static map images using OpenStreetMap tiles. go-staticmaps is a golang library that allows you to create nice static map images from OpenStreetMap tiles, along with markers of different size and color, as well as paths and colored areas.

https://github.com/flopp/go-staticmaps

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