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Today Kalmar County Museum released a small campaign site where people can vote for their favorite building in the city of Kalmar (Sweden).

The site uses latest PW dev version and Somas excellent Pollino module. The maps are powered by Leaflet and map tiles are from Mapbox.


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wow! didn't know about mapbox, thanks for that!

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