My question is specifically for historical buildings in an open-air museum, but I guess it goes for all entities that have been relocated.

The situation: In many open-air museums, there are buildings that originated in other places (sometimes even in other countries), that have been taken apart, transported to the museum, and then build up again.

If I understand the documentation for the start_date tag correctly, the start date should be the date the building was reconstructed in it's current location, that is in the museum. For example, this can result in Medieval buildings getting a start date in the 20th century.

What would be a good tag for adding the original construction date?

asked 17 Dec '18, 18:50

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edited 18 Dec '18, 21:14

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