|surface = unhewn_cobblestone
|Raw cobblestone of natural, uncut, rounded stones.
|Used on these elements
|Status: de facto
|Tools for this tag
Raw cobblestone paving, formed from natural, uncut, overall rounded stones. Firmly attached to a ground, unlike pebblestone.
You can specify smoothness=* to indicate the quality.
Appeared in 2018 to resolve problem of conflict in meaning of surface=cobblestone The "cobblestone" term was problematic as it is used both for surface=sett and true cobblestone. See for example this discussion where surface=unhewn_cobblestone was invented
|Generic value for cobblestone - typically used in the colloquial sense. But also sometimes in the specialist sense. It's better to use a more precise value such as sett or unhewn_cobblestone
|Sett paving, formed from natural stones cut usually to a regular shape.
|Paving stones have relatively smooth surface. The surface is paved with artificial blocks (block pavers, bricks) or natural stones (flagstones), with a flat top. The gaps between individual paving stones are very narrow, either because the stones have a perfectly regular shape (rectangular, or any surface-filling shape) or because they have been carefully selected, fitted and placed in order to form an even, closed surface.