Tag:amenity=kneipp_water_cure

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Public-images-osm logo.svg amenity = kneipp_water_cure
Kneipp Grossgmain 02.JPG
Description
A foot bath is a shallow pool, often with handrail.
Used on these elements
may be used on nodesshould not be used on waysmay be used on areasshould not be used on relations
Status: ApprovedPage for proposal

This tag describes a Kneipp facility, which is used for treading water.

Description

A Kneipp facility mainly consists of an outdoor foot bath facility. Usually this is a pool with cold water and handrail. The water is around 40cm deep and in most cases taken from nearby streams. For example such pools are found aside hiking routes in Germany.

Other basin types (arm basin...) are also possible. Other equipments (like benches or bare foot paths) can sometimes be part of the facility.

See also Wikipedia-16px.png Wassertreten (de) and Wikipedia-16px.png Kneipp-Medizin (de)

Tagging

Create a node Node for the location or an area Area for the perimeter of the whole facility and tag it with amenity=kneipp_water_cure. Where appropriate also add:

Tag Description Example
kneipp_water_cure:foot=yes/no when with a foot bassin
kneipp_water_cure:arm=yes/no when with an arm bassin
kneipp_water_cure:face=yes/no when with a face bassin
name=* Name of the Kneipp facility, as sometimes stated on a nearby sign. It can simply be "Kneippanlage" oder something like "Kneippanlage Lauterbach", "Wassertretbecken Mehring"...
fee=yes/no If you have to pay a fee to access to the facility (rare). Some rare Kneipp basins are operated through a swimmingpool, for which you habe to pay an entrance fee.
opening_hours=* Opening months if available. May-Oct: 00:00-24:00; Nov-Apr: Off

area=yes is implied through the use of amenity=* and don't need to be added.

Optionally add the position of the single basins using nodes or areas within the area for the whole site and tag them:

As a Area amenity=kneipp_water_cure has often been used to tag the perimeter of the foot basin, which of course is smaller than the whole site. This is still allowed but in the future it is recommended to use tag the whole site.

Other useful tags

Other names

  • Water-treading basin
  • Kneipp water-treading basin
  • Kneipp-Becken (de)
  • Wassertretstelle (de)

Photos

Examples

Kneipp facility with just one foot basin

Kneippanlage with just one foot basin

Preferred way: tag a closed way to mark the outline of the site of the Kneipp facility:

amenity=kneipp_water_cure
name=Kneippanlage
kneipp_water_cure:foot=yes

and another closed way for the foot basin inside the site:

kneipp_water_cure=foot
natural=water

Alternatively the whole facility with just one node:

amenity=kneipp_water_cure
kneipp_water_cure:foot=yes
name=Kneippanlage

The old method remains allowed (but is not recommended anymore). The outline of the foot basin was tagged like that:

amenity=kneipp_water_cure
natural=water
name=Kneippanlage

Kneipp facility in a natural stream

Kneipp facility in a natural stream

It is not necessary to draw the equivalent of the basin within the stream. It is enough to draw the outline of the whole site (for example including benches) and tag it like that:

amenity=kneipp_water_cure
kneipp_water_cure:foot=yes
name=Wassertretanlage Birkenwerder

The exact place in the stream can be tagged as a node:

kneipp_water_cure=foot

If you want to drawn the exact place in the stream as an area, then also tag the width of the stream:

waterway=stream
width=5

(alternatively using an area tagged as "waterway=riverbank")

Kneipp facility with just an arm basin

Arm Kneipp basin

Create a node and tag it as:

amenity=kneipp_water_cure
kneipp_water_cure:foot=no
kneipp_water_cure:arm=yes
name=... 

I kept "kneipp_water_cure:foot=no" to make clear that there is only an arm bassin but it would be even possible to do without.

Kneipp facility with an arm basin integrated in a foot basin

Kneipp facility with an arm basin integrated in a foot basin

Tag the outline of the facility as:

amenity=kneipp_water_cure
kneipp_water_cure:foot=yes
kneipp_water_cure:arm=yes
name=...

If a more precise tagging is wished, add an area for the foot basin within the facility:

kneipp_water_cure=foot
natural=water

For the arm basin a node on the area of the foot basin can be tagged like:

kneipp_water_cure=arm

Kneipp facility with foot and arm basins

Kneipp facility in Pullach, foot basin in the background, arm basin in the foreground Snapshot in JOSM

With the old method the outline of the foot basin is tagged like that:

amenity=kneipp_water_cure
name=Kneippanlage Pullach
natural=water

Here we only know; that there is a Kneipp facility with a foot basin. There are no information over other basins.

A mapper can map the facility more precisely like that:

The site of the facility is an area tagged like that:

amenity=kneipp_water_cure
name=Kneippanlage Pullach
kneipp_water_cure:foot=yes
kneipp_water_cure:arm=yes

If the position of the different basins is known, the outline of the foot basin can be tagged like that:

kneipp_water_cure=foot
natural=water

And for the arm basin the following node should be enough:

kneipp_water_cure=arm

Rendering

A possibility as icon would be a foot (footprint or side outline) together with a water surface.

See also