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Stanisław Mikolajczyk Tomb Poznan.JPG
For historic tombs. Show/edit corresponding data item.
Group: historic
Used on these elements
may be used on nodesshould not be used on waysmay be used on areas (and multipolygon relations)should not be used on relations (except multipolygon relations)
Documented values: 14
Useful combination
Status: approvedPage for proposal

The key tomb=* is added to a historic=tomb or archaeological_site=tomb feature to specify the kind of tomb.


Tag Description Photo
tomb=tumulus  Tumulus Evessen Tumulus 2.jpg
tomb=rock-cut  Rock-cut tombs Matala caves.jpg
tomb=hypogeum  Hypogeum Etruscan hypogeum.jpg
tomb=war_grave A single  war grave (for a single person or for several people in one place) Commonwealth war grave WWI.JPG
tomb=mausoleum  Mausoleum Taj Mahal in March 2004.jpg
tomb=columbarium  Columbarium Ballybeg Priory St. Thomas Columbarium Nesting Boxes 2012 09 08.jpg
tomb=crypt  Crypt Wola Gułowska-trumna.jpg
tomb=pyramid  Pyramid All Gizah Pyramids.jpg
tomb=sarcophagus  Sarcophagus Contantinople Christian sarcophagus circa 400.jpg
tomb=vault  Burial vault Perelachaise-p1000391.jpg
tomb=turbe A  turbe is Islamic building enclosing burial chamber or grave (individual or group). Usually domed, can be opened with a columns supporting a roof or enclosed space. In the case of a mausoleum, use tomb=mausoleum with mausoleum=turbe Travnik 0492-border.jpg Turbe u Travniku, turbeta - nahrobky muslimskych svetcu.jpg
tomb=table A table-shaped tomb built above the grave and supported by a series of pillars. Joseph William Noble's Grave.jpg Lanyon Quoit 05.jpg
tomb=cenotaph (deprecated) Do not use this tag because a cenotaph is not a kind of tomb. Use historic=memorial or historic=monument instead. Cenotaph, Hong Kong 1.jpg
tomb=tombstone (deprecated) Do not use this tag because a tombstone is not a kind of tomb. it is a part of a tomb. Grob2.jpg

This table is a wiki template with a default description in English. Editable here.

See also


A  turbe is an Islamic building enclosing a burial chamber or a grave (individual or group). Usually domed, can be opened with a columns supporting a roof or enclosed space. As they can be mausoleums or tombs, it is suggested to have these as subtypes for the main tag, e.g. mausoleum=turbe (if it is a mausoleum) or tomb=turbe (if it is a tomb).