OGF:Tagging and rendering/place

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This table has no exact equivalent in the OSM wiki, but users can refer to the page key:place to see the same type of information. I think it is better to organize this information by country, because different mappers in OGF may be applying different standards or have different understandings of the appropriate values.

place=
country state region province district county municipality city town village hamlet borough suburb quarter neighbourhood city_block isolated_dwelling    farm    locality
Flag of Antharia.png Antharia not used not used Provinces - provincii Districts - comune Counties - județe Municipalities - municipii Cities - orașe (> 40,000 inhabitants) Towns - târguri (2,000 to 40,000 inhabitants) Villages - sate (< 2,000 inhabitants) not used not used Suburb - suburbie/cartier (urban administrative divisions without independent government) not used Neighborhood - zonă (non-administrative area within a city or town) not used not used not used not used
Luciano Flag FA.png Ardisphere federal subjects (Departamento / Colonia / Distrito Federal) not used not used not used county-equivalents (Comuna / Delegación / Sir / 군 [-gun]) non-self-governing divisions of county-equivalents, i.e. "townships", population varies independent municipal gov't, population > 100,000 independent municipal gov't, population > 10,000 and < 100,000 independent municipal gov't, population < 10,000 rural, built-up area without independent gov't, population varies not used populated urban area without independent gov't, population varies not used formal political divisions with some autonomy within cites and towns census blocks not used single farm or ranch in rural area unpopulated or undefined named area
Drabantia flag.png Drabantia not used Kraje (regions) not used Okresy (districts) not used Obce (municipalities) Statutární města (statutory towns) (more than 50,000 inhabitants) Města (towns) (more than 2,500 inhabitants) Městysy, obce (market towns, villages) (less than 2,500 inhabitants) Části obce (parts of villages- non-urban areas without independent gov't) not used Městské čtvrti (neighborhoods- urban administrative divisions without independent gov't) Same use as suburbs Parts of neighborhoods, housing projects not used not used single farm or ranch in rural area unpopulated or undefined named area
Duncanheim Flag.png Duncanheim not used not used not used Provinces Cantons Several uses, see others A large, heavily populated Level One Municipality A smaller, but still well populated Level One Municipality, Tag also used for Townships, Level One Municipalities encompassing rural areas and usually several villages Rural Level Two Municipality Rural Level Two Municipality with very small population, may also be subdivision of a village Urban Level Two Municipality, Boroughs are always part of larger municipal structures not used not used not used not used A dwelling which is significantly isolated A farm not used
Esheinflag.png Eshein Staat (Staten): two states: Atelfain and Keswerg not used not used not used Krayk (Krayken): Noy Tyrrin, Nortryvaar, Sutlanden, Leykenland, Midatelfain, Estberayk, Madelaynleyk, Fenter, Diu Ylln and Fyordberayk Metropolitan City (Shtadt): only the capital city New Tyrrin Shtadt (Shtadtn): more than 90,000 people Ordshaft (Ordshaften): more than 3,000 people and less than 90,000 people Vylg (Vylge): more than 500 people and less than 3,000 people Hamlet (Hamleten): less than 500 people Beraukg: only in the capital city [[New Tyrrin treated as a town Shtadt Distrikt (Shtadt Distrikten) Gerend (Gerenden) not used not used Farm (rare) not used
KaoshaFlag.png Kaosha prefectures regions not used not used Landkreise, Inselkreise, Autonome Kreise the capital region over 100,000 inhabitants 8,000 to 99,999 inhabitants 2000 to 7,999 inhabitants less than 2000 inhabitants Stadtbezirke not used not used Communities and equivalents not used less than 200 inhabitants not used not used
Kojo flag ddtuga.png Kojo not used not used not used not used not used not used Cities>100,000
(sur)
Towns 10,000 - 99,999
(free or rural Pang)
Villages<10,000
(rural or dependent Pang)
not used not used distinct localities that are part of one single rural municipality, neighbourhoods of towns and cities not used not used not used not used not used not used
Latflag.png Latina as province not used not used not used as cantons not used Towns > 500 000 Towns < 500,000 small Towns smaller settlements not used parts of cities not used not used not used not used single farm locality
LonsFlag.svg Lons not used not used Provinces Sîelêm not used Counties Ilkâr Municipalities Pâtri Cities 100,000+ (typically) Ârkpâl, Hârt Small cities, towns (also used for subdivision relations of admin_level 8) Egêr, Pâl Smaller towns of up to 1500 inhabitants, but do include a county subdivision Klik Very small towns under 1500 inhabitants that do not make up a county subdivision Pôrek not used overarching area containing several smaller neighbourhoods not used node: small area inside city/town - usually one block. relation: admin_level = 10 suburb not used not used not used not used
MedwedianFlagFull.png Medwedia not used not used Gouvernørat (Governorate) Rajon (District), Specialrajon (Special District) Området (County), Stadområdet (Independent city), Udjast (Estate) Amt (Municipality) Stad (City) > 30.000 Stad (City), Marktby (Market Town), By (Town), Områdetsstad (County capital), Områdetsby (County capital), Sejdning (Settlement) 2.000 to 29.999 By (Village), Kommune (Community), Sejdning (Settlement) < 2.000 Sejdning (Settlement), Vejl (Hamlet), Røtte (Hamlet) < 100 not used not used not used not used not used not used not used Registerkøf (Registered Farm) Named Area
ParoyFlag.png Paroy States, federal district Federal regions not used District (subdivisions of states) Metropolitan areas (seperate administrative division) Municipalities, city (urban agglomeration) Cities (city proper) (> 100,000 inhabitants) Towns (> 10,000 / < 100,000 inhabitants) Villages (< 10,000 inhabitants) Small settlement in rural area City boroughs Suburbs, exurbs and other city districts not used Neighborhoods in cities and towns not used not used Single farm or ranch in rural area Unpopulated or undefined named area
Randalia Flag.png Randalia not used not used Provinces not used not used not used population > 10,000 population 5,000 - 9,999 population < 5,000 not used not used City districts and urban centers outside city without independent government not used Residential, commercial and industrial divisions within city district and small residential areas outside city not used not used not used not used
Reeland flag.svg Reeland Land (Lant) not used not used district not used can be a town, several villages or a part of a city town > 100,000 (see Cities in Reeland) municipality > 10,000 rural area > 500 rural area < 500, informal use municipality or suburb used instead part of a city or a large town, can be a municipality same use as suburb local community a block in a town/city, informal use hamlet < 100, informal use single farm in rural area, informal use any named place, informal use
BaggoAskotFlag.png South Ascot not used Areas of geographical difference within the country. not used not used Counties of different areas inside regions. Groups of neighborhoods inside towns. not used Can also be called a township. Towns in counties. not used Neighborhood of municipalities. Also used for municipalities. not used Also used for municipalities. A group of developments within a municipality. not used not used not used A development subdivision, rarely used.
FLAGZYL.png Zylanda as province not used not used not used may be as cantons not used Towns > 500 000 Towns < 500,000 small Towns smaller settlements not used parts of cities not used not used not used not used single farm locality