Add the 3d tiles example
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         url: /examples/serve-vector-tiles/
       - page: Extrusion of vector tiles from OSM data
         url: /examples/extrusion/
+      - page: Create 3d tiles and visualize them with Cesium
+        url: /examples/3d-tiles/
       - page: Create an IP to location web service
         url: /examples/ip-to-location/
       - page: Create a geocoding web service
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+title: Create 3d tiles and visualize them with Cesium
+permalink: /examples/3d-tiles/
+# Create 3d tiles and visualize them with Cesium
+In this tutorial, we demonstrate how to import OSM data into PostGIS and then serve them as 3d tiles to view them in Cesium.
+## Dataset
+OpenStreetMap (OSM) is a free and editable map of the world.
+It is maintained by a community of passionate volunteers in a way which is similar to Wikipedia.
+Every week, OpenStreetMap publishes a [full dump]( of its data in two flavours: a large XML file of about 90GB and a more compact binary file of about 50GB in the  [Protocol Buffer Format]( (PBF).
+As processing such large files can take several hours, [Geofabrik]( regularly publishes smaller extracts of OSM for specific regions.
+In this example we will use a tiny extract of OSM for [Liechtenstein](, which is suitable for fast experiments.
+## Importing OpenStreetMap Data
+A workflow is a directed acyclic graph of steps executed by Baremaps.
+To download and import the sample OSM data in Postgres, execute the following [workflow](
+baremaps workflow execute --file examples/tdtiles/workflow.json
+Depending on the size of the OpenStreetMap file, the execution of this command may take some time.
+Eventually, the output produced by the command should look as follows.
+[INFO ] 2023-01-04 16:06:53.098 [main] Execute - Executing the workflow workflow.json
+[INFO ] 2023-01-04 16:06:53.235 [pool-2-thread-1] DownloadUrl - Downloading to liechtenstein-latest.osm.pbf
+[INFO ] 2023-01-04 16:06:53.820 [pool-2-thread-1] DownloadUrl - Finished downloading to liechtenstein-latest.osm.pbf
+[INFO ] 2023-01-04 16:06:53.821 [pool-2-thread-2] ImportOpenStreetMap - Importing liechtenstein-latest.osm.pbf into jdbc:postgresql://localhost:5432/baremaps?&user=baremaps&password=baremaps
+[INFO ] 2023-01-04 16:06:53.825 [pool-2-thread-2] HikariDataSource - HikariPool-1 - Starting...
+[INFO ] 2023-01-04 16:06:53.898 [pool-2-thread-2] HikariPool - HikariPool-1 - Added connection org.postgresql.jdbc.PgConnection@6e426130
+[INFO ] 2023-01-04 16:06:53.899 [pool-2-thread-2] HikariDataSource - HikariPool-1 - Start completed.
+[INFO ] 2023-01-04 16:06:55.743 [pool-2-thread-2] ImportOpenStreetMap - Finished importing liechtenstein-latest.osm.pbf into jdbc:postgresql://localhost:5432/baremaps?&user=baremaps&password=baremaps
+[INFO ] 2023-01-04 16:06:55.743 [pool-2-thread-3] ExecuteSql - Executing indexes.sql
+[INFO ] 2023-01-04 16:06:56.623 [pool-2-thread-3] ExecuteSql - Finished executing indexes.sql
+[INFO ] 2023-01-04 16:06:56.623 [main] Execute - Finished executing the workflow workflow.json
+## Serve 3d tiles to a Cesium web application
+In order to generate 3d tiles Baremaps uses [JTS Delaunay Triangulation]( to
+triangulate vector tiles into 3d meshes. Then it uses [jgltf]( to generate a GLB that can be embedded into a 3d tile.
+To start the 3d tiles server, use the following command:
+baremaps tdtiles serve --database jdbc:postgresql://localhost:5432/baremaps?user=baremaps&password=baremaps
+Well done, a local http server should have started.
+You can now visualize the 3d tiles in your browser ([http://localhost:9000/](http://localhost:9000/))!
+Notice that the changes in the configuration files are automatically reloaded by the browser.
+## Conclusion
+In this tutorial, we learnt how to import OpenStreetMap data in PostGIS and then serve 3d tiles with Apache Baremaps.
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 - The [Contour](/examples/import-contour-into-postgis/) example shows how to produce contour lines from a digital elevation model.
 - The [Extrusion](/examples/extrusion/) example shows how to import OSM data into postgis and use the MVT specification to extrude the vectors into 3d.
+For the creation of 3d tiles you can follow this guide:
+- The [3d Tiles](/examples/3d-tiles/) example shows how to create 3d tiles from OSM data and serve them to a Cesium web application.
 For the creation of an IP to location service follow this guide:
 - The [IP to location](/examples/ip-to-location/) example shows how to create and serve an IP to location service in a simple web application.