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Documenting the Cultural Heritage
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2.0 Location
A combination of the fields defined in the sections below may be employed to identify the location of the building
2.1 Administrative Location
2.1.1 State
(Alphanumeric, Unique, Mandatory for Data Exchange)
2.1.2 Geo-political Unit
Used for recording geographical or political subdivisions of member states.
(Alphanumeric, Unique, Optional)
2.1.3 State Administrative Division(s)
According to the administrative structure of each member state, a number of repeat entries for this field may be required.
(Alphanumeric, Multiple Entry, Optional)
2.1.4 Administrative Sub-division
According to the administrative structure of each member state, more sub-divisions may be required.
(Alphanumeric, Multiple Entry, Optional)
2.2 Address
2.2.1 Postal Name
Use this field if the name differs from 1.1.
(Alphanumeric, Unique, Optional)
2.2.2 Number in the Street/Road
(Alphanumeric, Unique, Optional)
2.2.3 Name of Street/Road
(Alphanumeric, Unique, Optional)
2.2.4 Locality
Used for commonly known non-administrative units such as hamlets and townships.
(Alphanumeric, Unique, Optional)
2.2.5 Town/City
Use this field if the name differs from the State Administrative Division.
(Alphanumeric, Unique, Optional)
2.2.6 Postal Code
(Alphanumeric, Unique, Optional)
2.3 Cartographic Reference
These fields are used to record the two-dimensional Cartesian, spatial co-ordinates required for locating the building against the mapping system(s) used by member states.
2.3.1 X Coordinates
(Numeric, Multiple Entry, Optional)
2.3.2 Y Coordinates
(Numeric, Multiple Entry, Optional)
2.3.3 Spatial Referencing System
Employed e.g., UTM, Lambert, UPS, Ordnance Survey
(Alphanumeric, Unique, Optional)
2.4 Cadastral Reference/Land Unit
Enables cross reference to the land unit/parcel(s) current in some member states.
(Alphanumeric, Multiple Entry, Optional)


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