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Grænse (boundary)

Anvendes til at beskrive administrative og andre grænser. Se Boundaries for flere detaljer om anvendelsen af tagget. Se Relation:boundary for grænserelationer.

Nøgle(key) Værdi Element Kommentar Rendering Foto
boundary aboriginal_lands area A boundary representing official reservation boundaries of recognized aboriginal / indigenous / native peoples.
Entering Hualapai Indian Reservation.jpg
boundary administrative area Administrativ grænse, f.eks. statsgrænse, regionsgrænse eller kommunegrænse. Anvend admin_level=* for at angive typen.
Rendering-adminlevel 2-mapnik.png
Lake city sign.jpg
boundary historic way area Historic administrative boundaries, temporarily kept in OSM, along with start_date=* and end_date=* to specify dates of effect. Requires an additional admin_level=*.
boundary maritime area Maritim grænse, for eksempel 200 sømil økonomisk zone. Den territoriale grænse i havet (normalt 12 sømil grænsen) angives med boundary=administrative.
boundary marker node A boundary marker, border marker, boundary stone, or border stone is a robust physical marker that identifies the start of a land boundary or the change in a boundary, especially a change in direction of a boundary. See also historic=boundary_stone
Boundary marker - Jeseniky, Czech Republic 12.jpg
boundary national_park area Nationalparkgrænse
Natianal park.png
Kings Canyon NP Sign.JPG
boundary political area Valgkredsgrænse
boundary postal_code area Postal code boundaries
boundary protected_area area For eksempel grænse for fredet område eller vandbeskyttelsesområde.
boundary brugerdefineret node way Se Taginfo[1] for andre ofte anvendte værdier

Attributes

admin_level (number) area Anvendes sammen med boundary=administrative. I Danmark anvendes 2 for statsgrænse, 4 for regionsgrænse og 7 for kommunegrænse.
border_type * way area To distinguish between types of boundary where admin_level isn't enough. Used in several different ways e.g in maritime contexts.
start_date (date) area Useful if there are competing historic boundaries or the boundary is very recent (or if it will become effective in a near future) and if keeping previous boundaries are still needed separately (including for statistical maps that are based on older boundaries).
end_date (date) area Should be specified for all historic boundaries, or boundaries that will soon become ineffective (and possibly replaced by others) e.g. for administrative territorial subdivision reforms.

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