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Τύποι κτηρίων

Η ετικέτα κτήριο χρησιμοποιείται για να προσδιορίσει μεμονωμένα κτίρια ή ομάδες συνδεδεμένων κτηρίων. Δείτε τη σελίδα με τίτλο building για μια εισαγωγή στη χρήση της ετικέτας και man_made=* για προσθήκη ετικετών διαφόρων άλλων κατασκευών.

Κατηγορία Τιμή Στοιχείο Σημείωση Φωτογραφία


building apartments area Διαμερίσματα
building bungalow area
building cabin area Καλύβα
Koch Cabin.JPG
building detached area
Residential House USA.JPG
building dormitory area Φοιτητική Εστία, Κοιτώνας
Belgrade Dormitory.jpg
building farm area Φάρμα
Studna před č.1.,Holašovice.JPG
building ger area A permanent or seasonal round yurt or ger used as dwelling.
building hotel area Ξενοδοχείο
Hcom 1097758 7 b.jpg
building house area Σπίτι
building houseboat area
Houseboat- Dal Lake, srinagar Kashmir.JPG
building residential area Κτίριο Κατοικιών
Timarpur Residential Complex.jpg
building semidetached_house area A residential house that shares a common wall with another on one side. Typically called a "duplex" in American English.
Semi-detached houses in West Street - geograph.org.uk - 788755.jpg
building static_caravan area
building terrace area Ενωμένα Ομοιόμορφα Σπίτια
Terraced housing.png


building commercial area Εμπορικό
Sheraton Grande Tokyo Bay Hotel.jpg
building industrial area Βιομηχανικό
Eley Industrial Estate1.JPG
building kiosk area Κιόσκι
Kiosk germany.jpg
building office area Γραφείων
building retail area Λιανικού εμπορίου
Macys dep store.JPG
building supermarket area A building constructed to house a self-service large-area store.
Comet - geograph.org.uk - 304074.jpg
building warehouse area Αποθήκη
Eigtveds Pakhus, Copenhagen warehouse.jpg


building cathedral area Καθεδρικός ναός
Saint Vitus Cathedral in Prague, Czech Republic.jpg
building chapel area Εκκλησάκι, παρεκκλήσι
Andachtskapelle des Moorbad Gmös.jpg
building church area Εκκλησία
building monastery area A building constructed as [W] monastery. Often, monasteries are consisting of several distinct buildings with specific functions. For active monasteries (communities), use amenity=monastery, for the grounds of a former monastery, have a look at historic=monastery
building mosque area Τέμενος, τζαμί
Khadija-Moschee (Berlin).jpg
building presbytery area A building where priests live and work.
building religious area Unspecific building related to religion. Prefer more specific values if possible.
Religious syms.svg
building shrine area
building synagogue area Συναγωγή
Synagogue Florence Italy.JPG
building temple area


building bakehouse area A building that was built as a bakehouse (i.e. for baking bread). Often used in conjunction with another node amenity=baking_oven and oven=wood_fired.
building civic area
Scarborough Civic Centre.jpg
building fire_station area A building constructed as fire station, i.e. to house fire fighting equipment and officers, regardless of current use. Add amenity=fire_station on the grounds for an active fire station.
Blacktown Fire Station - Flickr - Highway Patrol Images.jpg
building government area For government buildings in general, including municipal, provincial and divisional secretaries, government agencies and departments, town halls, (regional) parliaments and court houses.
Ministerio de Defensa Argentina Edificio Libertador.jpg
building hospital area Νοσοκομείο
building public area Δημόσιο
Dominion Public Building.JPG
building toilets area A toilet block.
Shui Tau Tsuen Public Toilet (YL-175) 2014.JPG
building train_station area Σταθμός τρένου
Dobrepolje train station.jpg
building transportation area Μεταφορά
Kusatsu-Onsen Bus Station.jpg
building kindergarten area For any generic kindergarten buildings. Buildings for specific uses (sports halls etc.) should be tagged for their purpose. If there is currently a kindergarten in the building, use amenity=kindergarten on the perimeter of the kindergarten grounds.
Unterhaus keilhau.jpg
building school area Σχολείο
Convent School's Pippal - Convent School Rawalpindi.jpg
building university area Πανεπιστήμιο
University College Oxford.jpg
building college area A college building. Use amenity=college on the whole college area to represent the college as an institution.
(1)Hornsby TAFE.jpg

Agricultural/plant production

building barn area Αποθήκη αγροκτήματος, Σιταποθήκη, Αχυρώνας
building conservatory area A building or room having glass or tarpaulin roofing and walls used as an indoor garden or a sunroom (winter garden).
Phipps Conservatory winter 2015 welcome center.jpg
building cowshed area Βουστάσιο
Cowhouse Hrazany2.jpg
building farm_auxiliary area
Horseshoe Barn.jpg
building greenhouse area Θερμοκήπιο
Greenhouse 1.JPG
building slurry_tank area A circular building built to hold a liquid mix of primarily animal excreta (also known as slurry).
building stable area Στάβλος
Häststall Elfviks gård dec 2008.jpg
building sty area Χοιροστάσιο


building grandstand area The main stand, usually roofed, commanding the best view for spectators at racecourses or sports grounds.
Grandstand, Cluden Racecourse, 2000.jpg
building pavilion area A sports pavilion usually with changing rooms, storage areas and possibly an space for functions & events. Avoid using this term for other structures called pavilions by architects (see [W] Pavilion)
building riding_hall area A building that was built as a riding hall.
Ehem. Landgestüt Landshut Reithalle.JPG
building sports_hall area A building that was built as a sports hall.
Kruunupyy sports hall 2017.jpg
building stadium area Στάδιο


building hangar area Υπόστεγο Αεροσκαφών
IMPA hangar.jpg
building hut area Παράγκα
Kennedy's hut edit.jpg
building shed area Αποθήκη κήπου
Schuppen 7235.jpg


building carport area A carport is a covered structure used to offer limited protection to vehicles, primarily cars, from the elements. Unlike most structures a carport does not have four walls, and usually has one or two.
building garage area Γκαράζ, σταθμός αυτοκινήτων
Two-Car Garage.jpg
building garages area
Landbouwstraat garages.jpg
building parking area Structure purpose-built for parking cars.

Power/technical buildings

building digester area A digester is a bioreactor for the production of inflatable biogas from biomass.
2012-05-13 Nordsee-Luftbilder DSCF8567.jpg
building service area
Service building.png
building transformer_tower area Πύργος μετασχηματιστή
building water_tower area A water tower
Bad Schwartau - Wasserturm.JPG


building military area A military building. Also use military=*.
building bunker area (Υπόγειο) Καταφύγιο
Slavonický les, bunkr 01.jpg
building bridge area Γέφυρα
Münster, LVM -- 2017 -- 6368.jpg
building construction area Κατασκευή
Riga, stavba.jpg
building container area For a container used as a permanent building. Do not map containers placed temporarily, for example used in shipping or construction.
Sparkasse Jena SB-Container.jpg
building tent area For a permanently placed tent. Do not map tents placed temporarily.
Krytá jízdárna Hipoterapie - Pirueta 09.jpg
building gatehouse area An entry control point building, spanning over a highway that enters a city or compound.
Gatehouse-abdij van park-inside.jpg
building roof area Υπόστεγο
Preem Karlskrona.jpg
building ruins area Ερείπια, Χαλάσματα
ARZAKAN Ghuki Monastery Եկեղեցական համալիր «Գհուկի վանք» (Բոլորահար) 12.JPG
building tree_house area An accommodation, often designed as a small hut, sometimes also as a room or small apartment. Built on tree posts or on a natural tree. A tree house has no contact with the ground. Access via ladders, stairs or bridgeways.
Proper tree house.jpg
building yes area
building node area

Επιπρόσθετες ιδιότητες

entrance yes | main | exit | service | emergency node An entrance in a building. Replaces the deprecated tag building=entrance.
SF City Hall door.JPG
height number node area The height of the building in meters.
building:flats number node area The number of residential units (flats, apartments) in an apartment building (building=apartments), residential building (building=residential), house (building=house), detached house (building=detached) or similar building.
building:levels number node area The number of visible levels (floors) in the building as used in the Simple 3D buildings scheme
building:max_level number area maximum indoor level (floors) in the building as used in the Simple Indoor Tagging scheme
building:min_level number area minimum indoor level (floors) in the building as used in the Simple Indoor Tagging scheme
non_existent_levels number area list of indoor levels (floors) that do not exists in the building as used in the Simple Indoor Tagging scheme
start_date date node area The (approximated) date when the building was finished.
Connel bridge plate.jpg
building:fireproof yes | no node area Fire-resistance information.
soft_storey yes | no | reinforced node area A building where any one level is significantly more flexible (less stiff) than those above and below it

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