Tag:historic=aqueduct

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Description
A historic structure to convey water.
Used on these elements
should not be used on nodesmay be used on waysmay be used on areasuse on relations unspecified
Status: In use


Definition

This tag is used for historic structures that transport water.

Modern pipelines are sometimes also called aqueducts, but this tag only deals with historic aqueducts. Unlike modern aqueducts they are still referred to as aqueducts even if there are only fragments left and they can't serve their original purpose.

Other properties might be (if you know them, tag them):

  • historic:civilization=* for the culture that originally constructed the aqueduct
  • start_date=* for the time when the aqueduct started to work
  • bridge=aqueduct for parts of an aqueduct that are bridges (note that not all aqueducts are bridgelike structures, and not for all their way).
  • name=*
  • ele=* if you know the elevation of distinct points of the aqueduct (level of the water / where once the water was) you can tag them like this
  • ruins=yes
  • wikipedia=*

In some cases you might want to add

Using relations

Aqueducts generally tend to be long. Nowadays many of them are not entirely preserved, but you will find fragments. It is suggested to use a relation (to be defined) to join all aqueduct parts that once were continuous into one object, even if now they don't form a continuity.

See also