Key:openplaques:id

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Description
For plaques listed on OpenPlaques.org. Edit
Group: Historic
Website
https://openplaques.org/
URL pattern
https://openplaques.org/plaques/[value]
Used on these elements
may be used on nodesshould not be used on waysshould not be used on areasshould not be used on relations
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Status: unspecified

Use for referencing a plaque's entry on OpenPlaques.

Usage

Use the so called machine tag on the plaque's website at https://openplaques.org/ as an OSM-Tag exactly as it is shown on the website.

Generally best used with historic=memorial with a required memorial=plaque, and an optional appropriate inscription=* and/ or name=*.

Example

node 1727011939 has openplaques:id=10106 which refers to http://openplaques.org/plaques/10106

Linked Open Data

By pulling json from Open Plaques you would get:

key value
id 10106
erected_at null
latitude 50.79043
longitude -1.09068
inscription Doctor Arthur Conan Doyle M.D. practised from 1882 until 1890 at No.1 Bush Villas which formerly stood on this site. It was here that the first two Sherlock Holmes novels were written
is_current true
uri http://openplaques.org/plaques/10106
title Arthur Conan Doyle brown plaque
address Elm Grove, Southsea
subjects Arthur Conan Doyle
colour_name brown
machine_tag openplaques:id=10106
geolocated? true
photographed? true
thumbnail_url https://farm9.staticflickr.com/8264/8695149557_1d47d4c64e_m.jpg
photos [{"uri":"http://openplaques.org/photos/10809.json", "thumbnail_url":"https://farm9.staticflickr.com/8264/8695149557_1d47d4c64e_m.jpg", "shot_name":"close up", "attribution":"\u0026copy; Graham Tiller on Flickr CC BY 2.0"}, {"uri":"http://openplaques.org/photos/7702.json", "thumbnail_url":"https://farm8.staticflickr.com/7265/7102861333_88b64d710e_m.jpg", "shot_name":"close up", "attribution":"\u0026copy; rw_norris2000 on Flickr CC BY 2.0"}, {"uri":"http://openplaques.org/photos/10810.json", "thumbnail_url":"https://farm9.staticflickr.com/8533/8696271182_d5d453d518_m.jpg", "shot_name":"establishing shot", "attribution":"\u0026copy; Graham Tiller on Flickr CC BY 2.0"}]
organisations []
language {"name":"English", "alpha2":"en"}
area {"name":"Portsmouth", "uri":"http://openplaques.org/places/gb/areas/portsmouth.json", "country":{"name":"United Kingdom", "alpha2":"gb", "uri":"http://openplaques.org/places/gb.json"}}
people [{"uri":"http://openplaques.org/people/604.json", "full_name":"Sir Arthur Conan Doyle KStJ DL"}]

Furthermore, by following http://openplaques.org/people/604.json you could get subject details such as birth and death year, gender, roles, and including a Wikidata_id of Q35610 taking you further.

The geolocation on OSM is likely to be more accurate than that on Open Plaques.

See also