|historic = manor|
|Historic manors/mansions having different use today|
|Used on these elements|
|Status: in use|
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|Please see also the German translate|
The tag historic=manor may be used for country houses once used as manor house or mansion or as home of gentry / landowners. (Sorry, but I am partly quite unsure about the fine distictions between building types in English, some native speaker should look over this --hagman 19:23, 7 January 2010 (UTC))
Distinction / Conflicts
There may sometimes be problems distinguishing between manors, castles, stately homes. The manor tag is intended only for representative buildings that are in the same time the administrative center of a large agricultural estate. Buildings lacking this economic feature should not be tagged.
The current usage may be totall differnt from the historic one, whence additional tags may aply, e.g.