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Szablon do tworzenia tabeli typologii budynku na stronie "Building". Użyj domyślnego, angielskiego, tekstu lub użyj argumentów szablonu dla tłumaczenia.

==Użycie==
Wszystkie parametry są opcjonalne.

Zalecane aby anglojęzyczni edytorzy pisali swoje komentarze w szablonie wersji angielskiej (unikanie podwójnego edycji).
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== section header (''nagłówek sekcji'') ==
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|description= (przedstawione przed oraz/lub po tabeli, opcjonalnie)

== Pojedynczy rząd dla klucza/wartości ==
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Budynki (Building)

Wykorzystywane do identyfikacji poszczególnych budynków lub grupy połączonych ze sobą budynków. Więcej szczegółów użycia tego tagu w Pl:Buildings i man_made=* do znakowania różnych innych struktur.

Klucz Wartość Element Komentarz Zdjęcie
Budynki mieszkalne
building apartments Area A building arranged into individual dwellings, often on separate floors. May also have retail outlets on the ground floor. How does one map the retail elements? Use building:levels=* for the total number of floors. Apartments6levels.png
building dormitory Area For a shared building, as used by college/university students (not a share room for multiple occupants as implied by the term in British English). Would 'hall_of_residence' be better? Belgrade Dormitory.jpg
building farm Area A residential building on a farm (farmhouse). For other buildings see below building=farm_auxiliary, building=barn, ... If in your country farmhouse looks same as general residential house then you can tag as building=house as well. See also landuse=farmyard Studna před č.1.,Holašovice.JPG
building hotel Area A building designed with separate rooms available for overnight accommodation. Normally used in conjunction with tourism=hotel for the hotel grounds including recreation areas and parking. Hcom 1097758 7 b.jpg
building house Area A single dwelling unit inhabited by family or small group sharing facilities such as a kitchen. Houses forming half of a semi-detached pair, or one of a row of terraced houses, should share at least two nodes with joined neighbours, thereby defining the party wall between the properties. Emptyhouse.jpg
building detached Area A single dwelling unit inhabited by family or small group sharing facilities such as a kitchen. Residential House USA.JPG
building residential Area A general tag for a building used primarily for residential purposes. Where additional detail is available consider using one or more areas tagged as 'apartments', 'terrace' or 'house'. Timarpur Residential Complex.jpg
building terrace Area A single way used to define the outline of a linear row of residential dwellings, each of which normally has its own entrance, which form a terrace (row-house in North American English). Consider defining each dwelling separately using 'house'. Terraced housing.png
building houseboat Area A boat used primarily as a home Houseboat- Dal Lake, srinagar Kashmir.JPG
building static_caravan Area A mobile home (semi)permanently left on a single site 67elcona.JPG
Commercial
building commercial Area A building where non-specific commercial activities take place; use office=* to describe the type of office. Consider tagging the area using landuse=commercial. Use 'retail' if the building consists primarily of shops. Buildingoffices.png
building industrial Area A building where some industrial process takes place. Use warehouse if the purpose is known to be primarily for storage/distribution. Consider using landuse=industrial for the surrounding area and the proposed industrial=* tag to describe the industrial activity. Eley Industrial Estate1.JPG
building retail Area A building primarily used for selling goods are sold to the public; use shop=* to identify the sort of goods sold. Consider use landuse=retail for the surrounding area. How is one meant to indicate that there is also residential accommodation or office use above? Extensive Retail Mall.jpg
building warehouse Area A building primarily used for the storage or goods or as part of a distribution system. Copenhagen warehouse.jpg
Civic/amenity
building cathedral Area A building that was built as a cathedral. Used in conjunction with amenity=place_of_worship, religion=* and denomination=* for the cathedral grounds where it is in current use. Saint Vitus Cathedral in Prague, Czech Republic.jpg
building chapel Area A building that was built as a chapel. Used in conjunction with amenity=place_of_worship, religion=* and denomination=* for the chapel grounds where it is in current use. Bevillers chapel cemetery.jpg
building church Area A building that was built as a church. Used in conjunction with amenity=place_of_worship, religion=* and denomination=* for the church grounds where it is in current use. Churchstcl.jpg
building civic Area For any civic amenity, for example amenity=community_centre, amenity=library, amenity=toilets, leisure=sports_centre, leisure=swimming_pool, amenity=townhall etc. Use amenity=* or leisure=* etc to provide further details. See building=public as well. Scarborough Civic Centre.jpg
building hospital Area A building which forms part of a hospital. Use amenity=hospital for the hospital grounds. Hospital.png
building school Area For any generic school buildings. Buildings for specific uses (sports halls etc) should be tagged for their purpose. Use amenity=school for the perimeter of the school grounds. Convent School's Pippal.JPG
building train_station Area A train station building. Dobrepolje train station.jpg
building transportation Area A building related to public transport. You will probably want to tag it with proper tranport related tag as well, such as public_transport=station. Note that there is a special tag for train station buildings - building=train_station. Kusatsu-Onsen Bus Station.jpg
building university Area A university building. Use amenity=university for the whole university area. University College Oxford.jpg
building public Area A public building. Don't use amenity=public_building. Dominion Public Building.JPG
Other
building barn Area An agricultural building used for storage and as a covered workplace. EJFrykBarn.jpg
building bridge Area A building used as a bridge. Can also represent a gatehouse for drawbridges. See also bridge=yes for highway=*. Don't use this tag just for for marking bridges (their outlines). For such purposes consider the proposed man_made=bridge. Ponte Veccio1.JPG
building bunker Area A hardened military building. Also use military=bunker. Slavonický les, bunkr 01.jpg
building cabin Area A cabin is a small, roughly built house usually with a wood exterior and typically found in rural areas. Koch Cabin.JPG
building construction Area Used for buildings under construction. Use construction=* to hold the value for the completed building. Riga, stavba.jpg
building cowshed Area A cowshed (cow barn, cow house) is a a building for housing cows, usually found on farms. Cowhouse Hrazany2.jpg
building farm_auxiliary Area A building on a farm that is not a dwelling (use 'house' for the farm house). Horseshoe Barn.jpg
building garage Area A garage is a building suitable for the storage of one or possibly more motor vehicle or similar. See building=garages for larger shared buildings. Two-Car Garage.jpg
building garages Area A building that consists of a number of discrete storage spaces for different owners/tenants. See also building=garage. Landbouwstraat garages.jpg
building greenhouse Area A greenhouse is a glass or plastic covered building used to grow plants. Use landuse=greenhouse_horticulture for the area Greenhouse 1.JPG
building hangar Area A hangar is a building used for the storage of airplanes, helicopters or space-craft. Consider adding aeroway=hangar, when appropriate. IMPA hangar.jpg
building hut Area A hut is a small and crude shelter. Kennedy's hut edit.jpg
building roof Area A structure that consists of a roof with open sides, such as a rain shelter, and also gas stations Preem Karlskrona.jpg
building shed Area A shed is a simple, single-storey structure in a back garden or on an allotment that is used for storage, hobbies, or as a workshop. Elderly Shed.png
building stable Area A stable is a building where horses are kept. Häststall Elfviks gård dec 2008.jpg
building sty Area A sty (pigsty, pig ark, pig-shed) is a a building for raising domestic pigs, usually found on farms. Schweinehütten.jpg
building transformer_tower Area A transformer tower is a characteristic tall building comprising a distribution transformer and constructed to provide direct connection to a medium voltage overhead power line. Quite often the power line has since been undergrounded but it may still serve as a substation. See also power=substation. OesterSkovVejHad.jpg
building yes Area Use this value where it is not possible to determine a more specific value.
building user defined Node Area All commonly used values according to Taginfo, generally building types
Additional attributes
entrance yes/main/exit/service/emergency Node An entrance in a building. Replaces the deprecated tag building=entrance.
height number NodeArea The height of the building in meters.
building:levels number NodeArea The number of levels (floors) in the building.
building:fireproof yes/no NodeArea Fire-resistance information.

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