Tag:tower:type=defensive

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Public-images-osm logo.svg tower:type = defensive
Ravensburg Hirschgraben Wehrturm.jpg
Description
Fortified defensive tower
Used on these elements
may be used on nodesshould not be used on waysmay be used on areasshould not be used on relations
Requires
Useful combination
Wikidata
Wikidata-logo.svgQ81917
Status: In use

Wikipedia-16px.png Fortified defensive tower. Usually it is located within the medieval city.

Wikipedia-16px.png Donjon(fr) is a residential defensive tower of the medieval castles built under French influence.

Wikipedia-16px.png Keep is main defensive tower of medieval castles built under English influence. It has both defensive and residential functions. Its continental counterpart is the French Donjon.

Wikipedia-16px.png Bergfried is a German scientific name for non-residential main defensive tower of medieval castles. This type was very common in Central Europe since the 12th century. If the main tower was designed for a permanent residence, it is called Donjon.

You can tag Donjon, Keep and Bergfried using additional tags defensive=donjon, defensive=keep, and defensive=bergfried.

How to map

Draw an area Area around the grounds of the tower or place a node Node at the centre of the grounds. Add the tags man_made=tower and tower:type=defensive.

Tag to use in combination

Examples of defensive towers

tower:type=defensive


Examples of residential defensive towers

tower:type=defensive + defensive=donjon

Examples of Keep

tower:type=defensive + defensive=keep

Examples of Bergfried

tower:type=defensive + defensive=bergfried

State

You can use the tag building:condition=State to indicated the state of medieval towers.

And/or, if applicable, you can use the tag ruins=yes.

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