"find map coordinates" is the most used search term used to find this
Microsoft Virtual Earth:
Virtual Earth Developer Center:
Putting Google Maps on your own website
USA map The same long/lat finder but with the
map centered on the US for Zip Codes and American place names.
COMMENTS & FEEDBACK
happy to receive
on Maps/Longitude/Latitude or website comments.
Below are some previous comments about my 'longitude/latitude coordinate finder
/ search tool'
Your website was very useful!
I don't know if you mention it but where it says put in the post code or
place you can also put in the long and lat to show you where it is! :) We
used it that way as well. It was very good!!
<< I've added a note above so visitors know about this.
Hello, I've have found your longitude/latitude finder very helpful.
Found your map today - what a useful website. Just to let you know I
am using Safari 5.0.5 with no problems. Surprised that google does not make it
as easy to find latitude and longitude.
This is a really useful facility. I have just used it to work out the
coordinates of our house in order to apply to DEFRA for our CPH (County Parish
Thanks very much.
Message: (email received regarding a query to the decimal format of the
locations longitude and latitude)
Firstly, thank you for an excellent site - it's extremely accurate and easy
It really is an excellent site and a really useful service you provide - so
much easier to use than any other site I have found. Thank you, sincerely.
The ease in which i could find accurate co-ords
of where i was looking for was admirable.
I'm afraid that the coordinates being returned are not correct (at least not
in all cases), try this for different parts of the world against know Locations
and Lat/Long. Both Microsoft and Google use a coordinate system that does not
match Lat/Long. Good try though!
Followed a couple of hours later by:
I've just realised your outputting the coords as decimal degrees and they are
correct. Sorry! I'm old fashioned and used to degrees minutes etc.
This is a great service and I'm glad I was able to point to you in my blog about
geotagging Windows Live Photos.
Thank you for creating this and thanks for your feedback on my blog entry.
Thank you for this site. It's actually interesting to see pictures of where I
work that are a few years out of date - not a knock, just a gentle hint - as
we've lost a lot of facilities and it's nice to see how it used to be. Keep it