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For explicitly stating that no housenumber is assigned to a place. Edit or translate this description.
Group: Addresses
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Status: in use



For addresses which do not have a housenumber (for example "snc" = "senza numero civico" in Italian, "s/n" = "sin número" in Spanish and "sem número" in Portuguese) you can add nohousenumber=yes. This is useful to explicitly state that there is no housenumber (verified).

Do not add addr:housenumber=snc or similar.

How to map

Add nohousenumber=yes to the address and keep addr:housenumber=* empty.

Do not use this tag if you are unsure about the housenumber or if there is a housenumber assigned but not signposted. It should also be avoided to tag nohousenumber=no to features which do have a housenumber assigned.

See also

  • noaddress=yes - To indicate that an object doesn't have a formal address assigned.
  • noname=yes - To indicate that an object doesn't have a name.