Tag:man_made=cross

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Public-images-osm logo.svg man_made = cross
Heimgarten Gipfelkreuz.jpg
Description
Cross with little historical or religion value, e.g. summit cross
Rendering
Christian.9.svg
Used on these elements
may be used on nodesshould not be used on waysshould not be used on areasshould not be used on relations
Useful combination
Status: In use

Cross with little historical or religion value. E.g. summit crosses: They are used to mark peaks. In order to be seen from afar, they are mostly big, heavy and simplistic. In that case, they look completely different to wayside crosses.

For crosses on peaks use natural=peak + man_made=cross+ summit:cross=yes
For crosses of historical value use historic=wayside_cross
For crosses of religion value use fixme

Useful combinations

  • natural=peak if exactly on a peak, or if you don't know. Otherwise make a separate node.
  • ele=* The elevation of the ground.
  • height=* The height of the cross.
  • direction=* The direction where the front side is facing. If front and back side can't be distinguished, take either.
  • name=* The name of the peak if natural=peak is set. The name of the cross otherwise. If both have names, make separate nodes for cross and peak.

Rendering

Same or similar as historic=wayside_cross. In some maps, the symbol for wayside crosses includes a roof, while the symbol for other crosses doesn't. A peak with a cross is often shown as a peak sign (e.g. a triangle) surmounted by a cross. Renderer should be aware of micro mapping. A summit cross can be a separate node with other coordinates than the peak. An elaborate renderer may merge a peak with a cross within a radius inversely proportional to the zoom level.

Cross signature.svg Cross peak signature.svg Wayside cross signature.svg
man_made=cross peak with man_made=cross historic=wayside_cross

See also