Key:addr:conscriptionnumber

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Description
Contains house numbers originally known as "Konskriptionsnummer" Edit
Group: Address
Used on these elements
may be used on nodesshould not be used on waysmay be used on areasmay be used on relations
Useful combination
Wikidata
Status: in use

This key contains house numbers, which are known in Germany and Austria as Konskriptionsnummer, in Czechia as "Číslo popisné"(cs), in Slovakia as "Číslo súpisné"(sk), or in Hungary as "Helyrajzi szám".

Even though this key was not approved officially, it was accepted as a part of widely used, official address tagging system in Czechia and Slovakia

Usage in Czechia

A sign from Brno, 280 is the addr:conscriptionnumber in the Staré Brno district, 39 is the addr:streetnumber on Hybešova street

For instructions on tagging addresses in the Czech Republic see Czech address system(cs).

Usage in Slovakia

A curious case from Levoča where addr:conscriptionnumber (black) and addr:streetnumber (red) are the same number (65/65 in this case)

A page in Slovak documents the current practice in Slovakia.

Here’s a common usage example for a building with multiple entrances sharing the same conscription number:

SK building addresses.svg