Key:playground:theme

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Public-images-osm logo.svg playground:theme
Stroomi playground - ship.jpg
Description
used for tagging the theme of a playground Edit this description in the wiki page. Edit this description in the data item.
Group: Leisure
Used on these elements
may be used on nodesmay be used on waysmay be used on areasshould not be used on relations
Requires

playground=*

Status: in use

The key playground:theme=* is used to describe the general theme of a playground or playground equipment. Playgrounds, their structures and individual devices are often themed, mimicking ships, castles, cars or animals and playground:theme=* can be used to describe them. It is best to keep the theme to a major category. Specific details can be added with description=*.

How to map

Add the key playground:theme=* to a node or area which is tagged with leisure=playground or playground=*.

Examples

Theme Image Tagging
Ship play structure Stroomi playground - ship.jpg playground:theme=ship

playground=structure
description=sailing_ship

Octopus play structure

(popular in Japan)

PikiWiki Israel 11690 octopus slide in menachem begin park in bat-yam.jpg playground:theme=octopus

playground=structure

Castle play structure Jamie Bell 2012 Playground Castle 1.jpg playground:theme=castle

playground=structure
material=wood

Rocket play structure Rocket Slide in Edmundson Park, Oskaloosa, Iowa.jpg playground:theme=rocket

playground=structure
material=metal

Springy horse Springy horse.jpg playground:theme=horse

playground=springy

Springy cow Cow spring.jpg playground:theme=cow

playground=springy

Spiderweb climbing Climbing frame playground.jpg playground:theme=spiderweb

playground=climbingframe
material=rope

Dragon slide Ernst-Thälmann-Park Spielplatz 3.jpg playground:theme=dragon

playground=slide

See also

  • theme=* - Used for tagging the theme of objects not related to playgrounds

Possible tagging mistakes

If you know places with this tag, verify if it could be tagged with another tag.
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