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|Defines the specific religion.|
|Used on these elements|
|Documented values: 13|
|Status: de facto|
|Tools for this tag|
Covering an assortment of community facilities including churches and confessional schools.
How to Map
Place of worship
- amenity=place_of_worship mandatory
- denomination=* for example protestant, roman_catholic etc.
- building=* building type: cathedral, church, chapel, mosque etc.
Values for religion
(This is not an exhaustive list)
|Value||Wikipedia||Possible rendering||Possible rendering,
|buddhist||Use dedicated_to=* to state the deity mainly worshiped by the place for Chinese Buddhism.|
|taoist||Use dedicated_to=* to state the deity mainly worshiped by the place of worship .|
|Other values without specifications of denomination|
|chinese_folk||Use dedicated_to=* to state the deity mainly worshiped by the place.|
|confucian||Use dedicated_to=* to state the deity mainly worshiped by the place especially if it's mainly worshipping anyone other than Confucius.|
|multifaith||not dedicated to any specific religion|
|other/unspecified religion||All commonly used values according to Taginfo. Please avoid using Capital Letters|
|none||Some de-facto used religion-values for irreligious use are: none (numbering 1282 uses to date), no, all, humanist, atheist, null, laica
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|These values are used for non-religions. Other tagging might be considered. See talk-page for the tag religion, Talk:Key:religion#Explicit_absense_of_religion|
May be used to describe rare cases of religious objects, like a temple or a cemetery, shared by a limited number of multiple but specific religions.
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