Tag:religion=multifaith

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Public-images-osm logo.svg religion = multifaith
Multifaith Yogic Temple - Neddi - Himachal Pradesh - India (26206956954).jpg
Description
A place dedicated to religion but not to any specific one.
Used on these elements
may be used on nodesmay be used on waysmay be used on areasmay be used on relations
Wikidata
Status: de facto

This tag may be used to mark religious places not specific to any religion. Such places are found e.g. in public environments with a multi-cultural audience, such as airports or universities, often called "prayer room" or "quiet room"[1]. It is also frequent that a communal cemetery has a place for the funeral ceremony usable by any religious group.

Using this tag is preferable to leaving religion untagged. Without religion=multifaith, there is no way to distinguish places where a mapper forgot to add the religion tag and religious places not dedicated to any specific religion.

Example

amenity=place_of_worship + religion=multifaith + name=Friedhofshalle + note=room used by different religious groups for funeral ceremonies, owned by the town Cham used for https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/234834023

Differentiation: Multiple specific religions

religion=multifaith should not be used where multiple, but not all religions are applicable. ;-separated values may be used to describe cases of religious objects, like a temple or a cemetery, shared by specific religions. For example, a particular religious cemetery that is both christian and jewish may be tagged as landuse=cemetery + religion=christian;jewish.

The ;-separated list is preferred over religion=multifaith for such cases, as it informs which particular religions are applicable for the mapped location.

See also

It is similar in function to sport=multi.