|man_made = cross|
|Cross with little historical or religion value, e.g. summit cross|
|Used on these elements|
|Status: In use|
|Tools for this tag|
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
- 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.
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.
|man_made=cross||peak with man_made=cross||historic=wayside_cross|