UPDATE DEC 2014: The new version of this site is now live. It now uses an official Wikipedia API and so should be more responsive and reliable. Please contact me if you encounter any issues and I will endeavour to solve them.
This website combines the simplicity and accuracy of google maps with the wealth of knowledge available on Wikipedia. Wikipedia articles with embedded co-ordinates are displayed as icons on the map. Simply click the icon to go straight to the corresponding page.
The map will load articles starting in the centre of the view area, working outwards. This can take some time depending on your zoom level. The maximum radius for loading articles is currently 50km from the centre.
The website should be compatible with all modern desktop and mobile browsers. If you would like to report a bug or if you have any suggestions then please contact me.
This software is supplied "as is" and all use is at your own risk. Features may be added or removed without notice and accuracy of information cannot be guaranteed.