|barrier = wall|
|A freestanding structure, designed to restrict or prevent movement across a boundary, typically made from solid brick, concrete or rocks, and almost always built so that it is opaque to vision.|
|Used on these elements|
|Tools for this tag|
A wall is a freestanding structure, designed to restrict or prevent movement across a boundary, typically made from solid brick, concrete or rocks, and almost always built so that it is opaque to vision.
How to map
Historic wall: Use historic=yes. See also heritage=*
Height: Use height=* to specify how tall the wall is.
Thickness: Use width=* to specify how thick precise the wall is. Or use est_width=* to specify how thick approximately the wall is.
Alternative: Use area=*, see there.
The tag wall=* can be used to provide details of the wall. The value should indicate the principal feature of the wall, which could be the type, the purpose, or the building method, including the following:
|wall||noise_barrier||- a wall which protects against noise on one of its sides|
|wall||jersey_barrier||barrier=jersey_barrier.. There's also the much more common (as of 2019-02)|
|wall||seawall||- a wall built to protect land along the coast from erosion and flooding from the sea|
|wall||flood_wall||- a wall built to protect land from flooding along a river or lake|
|wall||castle_wall||barrier=city_wall- also see|
Construction Material / Method - also see material=*
|wall||dry_stone||Awall is constructed from stones without mortar to bind them together.|
|wall||stone_wall||material=stone- a wall constructed from stones. See also|
|wall||brick||material=brick- a wall constructed from bricks. See also|
|wall||concrete||Concrete wall, constructed from concrete poured in place, or as material=concretewall panels. See also|
|wall||concrete_block||wall=cement_blockwall, constructed from cement concrete blocks and mortar - also see|
|wall||flint||cobbled wall, may have brick courses and copings.|
|wall||gabion||wall made from cages or boxes filled with stones, concrete, or sometimes sand and soil.|
|wall||pise||wall made from compacted soil, chalk or clay.|
The construction material can also be tagged with material=*, if necessary, using values like
stone, brick, concrete, and wood.