Location and organization classification
Locations and organizations on the map are divided into map item categories/subcategories as well as business categories.
A description of the items in each business category is given below.
If the organization's line of business fits into several categories, select the one that matches their main business. For example, if a clothing store also sells some shoes, select the “clothing store” category.
You must indicate the organization's category.
Map item categories:
1. Culture and leisure
- 1.1. Attraction
- 1.2. Culture and entertainment
- 1.3. Night club
- 1.4. Recreational center
- 1.5. Theater
- 1.6. Monument, sculpture
- 1.7. Zoo, dolphinarium
- 1.8. Water park
- 1.9. Hotel, hostel
- 1.10. Beach
- 1.11. Concert hall, symphony hall
- 1.12. Museum, gallery, exhibition hall
- 1.13. Spa, wellness center
- 1.14. Children's camps
- 1.15. Observation deck
- 1.16. Cultural centers
- 1.17. Cinemas
- 1.18. Circuses
- 1.19. Amusement park, rides
- 1.1.1. Attraction
Places or map items that are particularly notable, famous, interesting, or have historical, cultural, or artistic value. This category can include natural landmarks or well-known landmarks or tourist attractions.
Examples may be: bell towers, arches, aqueducts, castles, geoglyphs, caves, bunkers, mounds, gazebos, palaces, mausoleums, minarets, ancient trees, mosaics, ruins, kremlins, etc.
Monuments and sculptures are not included in this category.
1.2. Culture and entertainment
- 1.2.1. Anti cafes
Meeting places where customers rent space for a given amount of time. These places are primarily meant for having conversations (rather than eating food). Customers don't pay for any services at these establishments, but rather for the time (in minutes) that they spend there.
- 1.2.2. Winter recreation
Seasonal winter recreation places that are not covered by the skiing topic: tubing, sledding hills.
- 1.2.3. Internet cafes
Establishments that provide internet access and computer gaming clubs.
- 1.2.4. Karaoke clubs
Karaoke clubs and karaoke bars.
- 1.2.5. Quests
Organizations that organize real-life quests (i.e. games where you are supposed to follow a certain plot and try to fulfill some kind of mission).
- 1.2.6. Animal lovers clubs
Clubs for animal enthusiasts. This includes dog training centers and services.
- 1.2.7. Music clubs
Places where you can relax and listen to various types of live music.
- 1.2.8. Erotic massage parlor
Organizations that provide erotic massage services.
- 1.2.9. Dating services
Wedding agencies, dating and matchmaking services.
- 1.2.10. Creative groups
Song and dance ensembles; folklore, choreography, music, and other creative groups.
- 1.2.11. Tourist clubs
Associations of tourists and sport tourism clubs.
1.3. Night club
- 1.3.1. Night clubs
Organizations that are usually open past 9:00 pm where people can spend their free time. This category includes discos and strip clubs.
1.4. Recreational center
- 1.4.1. Billiard clubs
Places to play games and billiards.
- 1.4.2. Bowling clubs
Places to play games and bowling.
- 1.4.3. Betting offices
Places where you can place bets on sporting events, etc.
- 1.4.4. Casio, gambling hall
- Casinos, gambling halls, slot machine halls, and poker clubs that are legally allowed to operate in the country where they are located.
- 1.4.5. Laser tag
Clubs and establishments where you play laser tag or laser paintball.
- 1.4.6. Lotteries
Instant lotteries and locations where lottery tickets are sold.
- 1.4.7. Paintball
Clubs and establishments where you play paintball.
- 1.4.8. Recreational center
Culture-recreation, culture-leisure, and family recreation centers.
- 1.4.9. Airsoft
Clubs and establishments where you play Airsoft.
- 1.4.10. Sports and recreation centers
Closed sports/recreation or sports/leisure centers where patrons can play sports on an amateur or semi-professional level: skate parks, roller rinks, rock walls, wind tunnels, etc.
- 1.4.11. Trampoline centers
Recreational parks where you can jump on trampolines.
- 1.5.1 Theater
- 1.5.2 Theater and concert ticket offices
Counters that sell theater, concert, and other event tickets.
1.6. Monument, sculpture
- 1.6.1. Monument, sculpture
Structures that serve to memorialize people, events, map items, fictional characters, animals, etc. This category includes: memorials, crosses, obelisks, sculptures, statues, plaques, monuments, mass graves, eternal flames, signs at entrances to cities, wall carvings, halls of glory, "hero alleys," monuments to various military equipment, etc.
1.7. Zoo, dolphinarium
- 1.7.1. Dolphinariums, aquariums
Dolphinariums and aquariums.
- 1.7.2. Zoos
Zoos, zoological gardens, petting zoos, and individual aviaries.
1.8. Water park
- 1.8.1. Water park
Covered or open parks with water rides, pools, and water slides. Individual slides and rides.
1.9. Hotel, hostel
- 1.9.1. Hotels
Organizations that host guests and offer certain services; they offer a certain number of rooms.
- 1.9.2. Hostels
Organizations that provide places to sleep in communal rooms with few additional services.
- 1.9.3. Housing for rent on a daily basis
Services that rent out housing/apartments on a temporary basis.
- 1.9.4. Camping
Territory equipped to accommodate campers (with places to set up tents, park cars, and outhouses).
- 1.9.5. Dormitories
Long-term communal housing for families working in factories, dorms for students studying at universities/colleges, temporary communal housing for shift workers, hotel-style dorms with rooms for rent.
- 1.10.1. Beach
Specially equipped official locations for bathing, city beaches, beaches at resorts and spas, and unofficial beaches that can be drawn based on satellite images.
1.11. Concert hall, symphony hall
- 1.11.1. Concert halls
Places where concerts, productions, and other spectator events take place. This category includes: organ halls, auditoriums, stages, and concert halls.
- 1.11.2. Symphony hall
Music organizations that put on concerts or develop and promote music.
1.12. Museum, gallery, exhibition hall
- 1.12.1. Exhibition center
Exhibition complexes, galleries and halls, exhibition halls, tasting rooms.
- 1.12.2. Museums
Various museums, theme parks (if they offer educational events), arboretums, nature preserves, "cabinets of curiosities", folk art centers.
- 1.12.3. Planetariums
1.13. Spa, wellness center
- 1.13.1. Wellness centers
Organizations that provide food and comfortable accommodations in resort or scenic areas.
- 1.13.2. Health spas
Special establishments that provide services focused on improving the patron's overall health along with food and comfortable accommodations.
- 1.13.3. Spas
Therapeutic institutions that treat people who need to be supervised by physicians and follow a particular regime. Spas, wellness retreats.
- 1.13.4. Campsites
Places for tourists to rest that are located along tourist routes; they generally do not offer many services or have a developed infrastructure.
- 1.13.5. Clubs for hunters and fishermen
Places where people can hunt and fish (both for a fee and for free). Societies of hunters and fishermen should be categorized as “Public organizations”.
- 1.13.6. Rural vacations
Rustic vacation destinations at farms and in rural villages for eco-tourism enthusiasts.
- 1.13.7. Picnic spot
Specially equipped locations where you can go for a picnic, barbecue, or to relax in nature.
1.14. Children's camps
- 1.14.1. Children's recreation camps
All types of children's camps: recreation, wellness, summer, weekend, sports, family, specialized (math, foreign languages, etc.).
1.15. Observation deck
- 1.15.1 Observation decks
Specially equipped official platforms for tourists.
1.16. Cultural centers
- 1.16.1. Cultural centers
Culture/leisure clubs where concerts, lectures, and themed events take place. This category includes: houses of culture, youth organizations, military clubs, leisure centers, professional unions, 4H clubs, etc.
- 1.16.2. Leisure clubs
Groups of people united by similar interests that don't belong to a more specialized category: youth clubs, leisure clubs.
- 1.16.3. Cultural centers
Organizations, buildings, or building complexes that promote culture and art. Cultural institutions that address a particular national, religious, social or other group (sometimes affiliated with embassies or other representatives of countries, religious organizations, or public associations).
- 1.17.1. Cinemas
Places where films are played for the public. This category also includes: cinemas, 3D movie theaters, drive-in theaters, movie houses, etc.
- 1.17.2. Film distribution companies
Companies that distribute the rights to show films in cinemas.
- 1.17.3. Film studios
Companies (for example, Mosfilm) that produce films (including documentaries and cartoons), including managing the whole creation process from scripting to the manufacture of film reels.
- 1.18.1. Circuses
Permanent circuses and traveling circuses.
1.19. Amusement park, rides
- 1.19.1. Amusement parks
Amusement parks, theme parks, ropes courses that are intended for entertainment. Individual rides at parks (ferris wheels, roller coasters, house of mirrors, etc.) and any associated administrative buildings also relate to this category.
- 1.19.2. Parks of culture and recreation
2.1. Hospital, clinic
- 2.1.1. Clinics, health centers, medical centers
Town and village medical centers, first aid centers at various organizations.
- 2.1.2. Hospitals for adults
Multi-specialty state medical institutions that provide medical care to adults. This category also includes: Hospital administrations, individual buildings on hospital grounds, hospital divisions.
- 2.1.3. Military hospitals
Hospitals for those who serve in the military.
- 2.1.4. Children's hospitals
Multi-specialty state medical institutions that provide medical care to children. This category also includes: Hospital administrations, individual buildings on hospital grounds, hospital divisions.
- 2.1.5. Children's clinics
State multi-specialty institutes offering outpatient preventative medicine for children.
- 2.1.6. Preventative medicine clinic
Special state institutions focused on providing preventative care and monitoring the health of certain groups of individuals. This category contains: substance-abuse treatment clinics, STI screening clinics, tuberculosis prevention clinics, etc.
- 2.1.7. Women's health consultations
State institutions focused on providing preventative care and monitoring the health of women who are pregnant or have recently given birth.
- 2.1.8. Infirmaries
Infirmaries at preventative care institution that provide services for workers at industrial plants. Infirmaries provide the main types of medical care: inpatient and outpatient treatment and first aid.
- 2.1.9. Morgues
Morgues in hospitals and pathology units.
- 2.1.10. Clinics for adults
State multi-specialty institutes offering outpatient preventative medicine for adults.
- 2.1.11. Maternity hospitals
State institutions that provide medical care during the childbirth process. This category also contains: obstetric medicine centers, departments and buildings on the grounds of maternity hospitals.
- 2.1.12. Ambulance services
State and commercial ambulance and first aid services.
- 2.1.13. Specialized hospitals
Specialized public hospitals. This category includes: psychiatric hospitals, tuberculosis treatment hospitals, etc.
- 2.1.14. Emergency medicine facilities
Divisions that treat medical emergencies, including conducting initial examinations of patients and treating those with injuries.
- 2.1.15. Blood donation centers
Medical institutions where blood is collected from donors.
- 2.1.16. Hospices
Free state medical institutions that provide care for terminally ill people.
- 2.2.1. Pharmacy
Organizations that manufacture, package, analyze and sell medicinal substances to people. This category contains: pharmacies, pharmacy kiosks, pharmacy sections in larger stores, homeopathic pharmacies, etc.
- 2.2.2. Orthopedic supply stores
Organizations that sell orthopedic supplies: orthopedic shoes, bandages, corsets, pillows, canes, crutches, etc.
- 2.2.3. Medicinal herbs, supplements
Organizations selling medicinal herbs, herbal remedies, and biologically active food additives that are not medications.
- 2.2.4. Medical supply stores
Stores or organizations that sell medical equipment (massagers, blood pressure monitors, glucose meters, professional equipment), medical goods (other than orthopedic supplies), and health products (herbs, medicinal tinctures, etc.).
2.3. Medical facility
- 2.3.1. Diagnostic centers
Diagnosis and consultation centers that use equipment to diagnose illnesses; their main work involves examining patients.
- 2.3.2. Vision correction
- 2.3.3. Speech pathologists
Speech pathology services and institutions that deal with speech correction and development.
- 2.3.4. Disability assessment centers
Specialized state institutions that determine individuals' legal disability status. Individuals contact disability assessment centers to establish that they were physically harmed. This applies to occupational injuries, accidents, and situations where harm was inflicted by another individual.
- 2.3.5. Medical laboratories
Institutions that do various types of medical analysis.
- 2.3.6. In-home medical care
Organizations that offer home-based health care.
- 2.3.7. Medical centers, clinics
Multidisciplinary or specialized commercial or state medical centers and clinics. There are separate categories for gynecological, urological and substance-abuse treatment clinics.
- 2.3.8. Infant food dispensaries
Institutions where formula and other foods intended for infants up to two years of age are prepared.
- 2.3.9. Substance-abuse treatment clinics
Specialized commercial clinics for the treatment of substance abuse.
- 2.3.10. Alternative medicine
Alternative medicine clinics that use treatment methods that have not passed traditional medical trials: traditional medicine, eastern medicine, and homeopathic centers.
- 2.3.11. Patient transportation services.
Organizations that transport critically ill and disabled individuals in vehicles containing medical personnel.
- 2.3.12. Plastic surgery
Medical institutions that specialize in clinical cosmetology and plastic surgery.
- 2.3.13. Psychotherapy services
Psychotherapy services that help people overcome various emotional, personal, and social problems. Involves extensive personal contact with the patient (usually based on conversations and discussion).
- 2.3.14. Rehabilitation centers
Organizations offering rehabilitative medicine and psychological/socio-psychological help to those who have suffered from severe illnesses or disorders. This category includes: cardio-rehabilitation centers, neuro-rehabilitation centers, drug rehabilitation centers,military medical-rehabilitation centers, and orthopedic rehabilitation centers.
- 2.3.15. Forensic medical analysis
State and private institutions that conduct medical analyses as part of a legal order issued by a judge, investigator, prosecutor, etc.
- 2.3.16. Urological centers
Specialized commercial clinics that treat urological diseases.
- 2.3.17. AIDS prevention centers
Centers that work to prevent and fight the spread of AIDS.
- 2.3.18. Private practitioners
Doctors who have the necessary medical qualifications and provide paid medical services through their own private practices.
- 2.3.19. Medical commissions
All types of medical commissions. This category also includes institutions that issue medical records and issue documents stating that someone is fit to use pools, weapons, attend school, etc.
- 2.3.20. Disease control and prevention services
State health surveillance institutions. This category includes disease control and prevention centers, epidemiology centers, consumer rights services, etc.
2.4. Dentist office
- 2.4.1. Dental laboratories
Dental prosthetics manufacturing centers
- 2.4.2. Dental practices
Commercial dental clinics and offices.
- 2.4.3. State dental clinics
State dental institutions.
2.5. Veterinary clinics
- 2.5.1. Veterinary pharmacies
Specialized pharmacies that sell veterinary products, pet supplies, medicinal foods for cats, dogs, livestock, and other animals.
- 2.5.2. Veterinary clinics
Private veterinary clinics and state institutions that fight the spread of animal diseases.
- 2.5.3. Veterinary laboratory
State or private organizations that provide laboratory diagnoses of illnesses affecting domestic and farm animals.
- 2.5.4. Veterinary medications and equipment
Equipment for veterinary clinics and laboratories.
- 2.5.5. Laboratories performing veterinary health analyses
Laboratories that test animal- and plant-based food sold on the market to ensure that it meets quality standards.
2.6. Optometry clinics
- 2.6.1. Contact lenses
Specialty stores that sell contact lenses, vending machines that sell contact lenses.
- 2.6.1. Optical stores
Organizations that sell glasses and related accessories and repair/manufacture glasses.
3.1. College, technical school
- 3.1.1. Relgious educational institutions
Educational institutions that prepare people for religious professions of various faiths: Christian seminaries, Muslim madrasahs, etc.
- 3.1.2. Community colleges
Post-secondary specialized educational institutions that focus on professional training.
- 3.1.3. Theatrical and circus schools
Post-secondary theater and circus schools.
- 3.1.4. Technical schools
Post-secondary specialized educational institutions that focus on basic professional skills.
- 3.1.5. Career development centers
Organizations that provide high school students with initial professional training.
- 3.1.6. Pre-college programs (uchilishche)
Combined high school/college programs where students get a professional-technical education.
- 3.1.7. Choreography schools
Educational institutions that prepare professional dancers and ballerinas for professional careers.
3.2. Continuing professional education
- 3.2.1. Business schools
Education in business management: business administration, management, marketing, etc.
- 3.2.2. Accounting courses
Professional accounting courses for both beginners and experienced professionals who want to improve their qualifications, fulfill continuing education requirements, etc.
- 3.2.3. Sunday schools
Institutions of various faiths where children go to be indoctrinated.
- 3.2.4. Extracurricular education
Extracurricular programs that supplement main educational courses. This category contains all additional education programs for which there is not a more precise category.
- 3.2.5. Clubs for children and youth.
Public organizations for children and youth and clubs based on interests. This category contains young mechanics clubs, various "scouting" organizations, and extracurricular program centers.
- 3.2.6. Computer courses
Basic and advanced computer courses.
- 3.2.7. Courses and masterclasses
Organizations that allow people to improve their practical life skills. Various types of professional courses and workshops for which there is not a more precise category: knitting, drawing, design, sewing, culinary skills, sommelier training, etc.
- 3.2.8. Foreign language courses
All types of language courses.
- 3.2.9. Musical education
Music schools for children and adults, choral schools, lessons on various musical instruments such as guitar.
- 3.2.10. Sport schools
Sport schools for children and youth, olympic reserve schools. This category also includes specialized sport schools such as those that teach figure skating, chess, go-cart racing, etc.
- 3.2.11. Trainings
Organizations that conduct various types of trainings: business trainings, personal growth coaching, psychological training, etc.
- 3.2.12. Learning centers
Educational institutions that teach people various activities.
- 3.2.13. Photography school
Schools or learning centers that specialize in photography and photo art.
- 3.2.14. Choir, choral studios
Chamber choirs, academic choirs, veteran choirs, choral singing centers, etc.
- 3.2.15. Professional qualification centers
Organizations that help people raise their qualifications and acquire the skills and knowledge they need to keep up with new professional developments or work in a higher role.
- 3.2.16. Child development centers
Centers offering hourly lessons that focus on the development and education of children in various areas.
- 3.2.17. Schools for expectant mothers
Courses for pregnant women.
- 3.2.18. Art schools
Multidisciplinary schools that teach various types of art classes (for example: vocal, dance, decorative and applied arts, etc).
- 3.2.19. Security guard schools
Training and additional qualifications for security guards and body guards.
- 3.2.20. Dancing school
Training in various styles of dance for amateurs.
3.3. Research institution
- 3.3.1. Geology, geophysics
Scientific institutions that primarily study ground composition and the structure of the Earth's crust.
- 3.3.2. Hydrometeorology
Centers for hydrometeorology and environmental monitoring.
- 3.3.3. Map production
Production and publishing of paper and digital map, atlases, city plans, etc.
- 3.3.4. Design bureaus
Various bureaus that plan and design new equipment and modernize old structures and products.
- 3.3.5. Scientific research organizations
Organizations that undertake scientific research and development and produce and release products.
- 3.3.6. Research institutions
Research institutes and academies of sciences
3.4. Higher education
- 3.4.1. Institutions of higher education
State and private institutions of higher education, institutes, academies, universities (including military schools), as well as individual academic buildings and departments.
- 3.4.2. Conservatories
Higher education institutes of music.
3.5. Grade school
- 3.5.1. Military or cadet schools
Military schools/colleges, cadet schools and their individual buildings.
- 3.5.2. Preparatory schools
Secondary schools offering intensive study of key subjects where students prepare for higher education institutions.
- 3.5.3. Math and science high schools
Secondary schools offering mainly math and science subjects.
- 3.5.4. Elementary schools
Schools that only teach elementary grades.
- 3.5.6. Grade schools
Educational institutions that offer secondary education through 12th grade, as well as individual buildings and departments on their campuses.
- 3.5.7. Private schools
Secondary schools that charge tuition.
- 3.5.8. Schools for ill children
Grade schools in resort settings for children that need long-term medical treatment. Children live, study, and receive medical treatment at these types of schools.
- 3.5.9. Boarding schools
Grade schools where students live and study.
3.6. Kindergarten, day care
- 3.6.1. Day care facilities
Private and state day cares and nursery schools where children spend the whole day.
- 3.7.1. Libraries
Various types of institutions where literature and printed works are stored for public use and reference/background research is conducted.
- 4.1.1. Bank
Various banks and their branches and divisions.
- 4.1.2. Money transfer offices
Specialized systems that operate money transfers.
4.2. Pawn shops
- 4.2.1. Pawn shops
Specialized commercial organizations that lend money against property that they hold.
- 4.2.2. Auto pawn shops
Specialized pawn shops that give credit against a vehicle of any type.
- 4.3.1. ATMs
ATMs of various banks where you can deposit or withdraw money and complete other banking operations.
4.4. Currency exchange
- 4.4.1. Currency exchange
Currency exchange points.
4.5. Payment kiosk
- 4.5.1. Payment terminals
Payment terminals offering various self-service options.
- 4.6.1. Car insurance
Companies that specialize in car insurance exclusively.
- 4.6.2. Various types of insurance
Companies that offer all types of insurance.
4.7. audits, finance
- 4.7.1. Microfinance
Organizations that issue short-term credit in small sums with no collateral or guarantees.
- 4.7.2. Brokerage companies
Intermediary companies that provide services such as helping obtain credit, insurance, or a lease. Additionally, companies that help individuals invest as a means of generating income or resell items on their behalf.
- 4.7.3. Investment companies
All types of investment organizations, including mutual funds.
- 4.7.4. Collection agencies
Agencies that recover debts, alimony, loans, losses, recoveries based on enforcement orders.
- 4.7.5. Leasing companies
Companies that provide leases and intermediaries that help process leases.
- 4.7.6. Tax consultants
Professional consultants (lawyers or accountants) that advise on tax and taxation issues.
- 4.7.7. Factoring companies
Factoring services buy accounts receivable (invoices) from businesses that need to meet immediate cash needs.
- 4.7.8. Financial consulting
Organizations that offer financial consulting on various issues.
- 4.7.9. E-commerce
Exchanges of e-currencies, online payment services.
- 4.7.10. Audit companies
Companies that provide independent audits of company financial records.
- 4.7.11. Accounting services
Companies that offer services such as accounting, tax reporting, managing personnel records, business registrations and reorganizations, etc.
- 5.1. Store
- 5.2. Grocery stores
- 5.3. Shopping centers, flea markets
- 5.4. Gifts and souvenirs
- 5.5. Furniture, interior
- 5.6. Appliances, electronics
- 5.7. Antiques, art
- 5.8. Fabrics, craft supplies
- 5.9. Construction, household goods
- 5.10. Flowers, gardening
- 5.11. Online store, delivery point
- 5.12. Cosmetics, perfumes
- 5.13. Sports, tourism
- 5.14. Farmer's markets
- 5.15. Book stores, school supplies
- 5.16. Wholesale shopping
- 5.17. Self-service terminals, information centers
- 5.18. Construction market, building materials
- 5.19. Clothing, shoes, accessories
- 5.20. Products and services for pets
- 5.21. Children's goods
- 5.22. Jewelry
- 5.1.1. Vape shops
E-cigarette, steam generator, and smoking accessory stores.
- 5.1.2. Consignment stores
Specialty stores that buy and sell used items.
- 5.1.3. Liquor stores
Specialty stores that sell alcoholic beverages, wine, and related accessories.
- 5.1.4. Mineral water stores
Specialty stores that sell drinking and mineral water and vending machines that sell water.
- 5.1.5. Beer shops
Specialty stores that sell beer and beer snacks, beer stands, places to get beer on tap to go, etc.
- 5.1.6. Radio and electronics stores
Specialty stores that sell supplies for radio/electronics enthusiasts.
- 5.1.7. Tobacco and smoking accessories stores
Specialty stores that sell cigarettes, other tobacco products, and related accessories.
- 5.1.8. Weapons and self defense-related items
Stores that sell weapons and self-defense items of all types: firearms, cold guns, stun guns, gas pistols, etc.
- 5.1.9. Sex shops
Stores that sell intimate items for adults.
- 5.1.10. Assorted goods stores
Small stores that sell a range of products. Sell consumer goods (from food to industrial products). Don't have divisions or sections. Usually they are found in smaller localities (such as villages).
- 5.1.11. Fixed price stores
Stores where everything costs a given price.
Discount stores are also in this category.
5.2. Grocery stores
- 5.2.1. Bakeries, bread stores
Speciality stores that sell bread and baked goods.
- 5.2.2. Products for diabetics and those on special diets
Stores that sell health foods and products for diabetics.
- 5.2.3. Bakeries
Specialty stores that sell cakes and other sweet baked goods.
- 5.2.4. Meat and sausage stores
Stores that sell fresh and frozen meat, products made from meat, sausage, and meat delicacies.
- 5.2.5. Delis and markets
Specialty stores that sell various pre-made foods: meat, fish, and other products that can be consumed immediately.
- 5.2.6. Grocery stores
Various grocery stores that do not specialize in any given product.
- 5.2.7. Sushi and Asian food stores
Stores that sell ingredients and prepared foods that are part of various Japanese and other Asian cuisines.
- 5.2.8. Coffee and tea stores
Specialty stores that sell tea, coffee, and related accessories.
- 5.2.9. Honey and bee products
Specialty stores that sell honey, beeswax, goods made from bee products, and related accessories.
- 5.2.10. Dairy products stores
Specialty stores that sell milk and dairy products.
- 5.2.11. Ice cream stores
Places that sell ice cream.
- 5.2.12. Butcher shop
Stores that sell fresh or frozen meat and meat products.
- 5.2.13. Produce stores
Specialty stores that sell vegetables, fruit, and mushrooms.
- 5.2.14. Fish stores
Speciality stores that sell fish, caviar, and seafood.
- 5.2.15. Supermarkets
Self-service supermarkets that sell a full range of food and beverages, as well as non-food items.
- 5.2.16. Eggs and poultry
Poultry cultivation and frozen food production from poultry.
- 5.2.17. Grocery supercenters
Supercenters that sell groceries.
5.3. Shopping centers, flea markets
- 5.3.1. Shopping centers
Large shopping centers and complexes, shopping and recreation centers, malls and corresponding infrastructure.
- 5.3.2. Department stores
Major stores that sell a wide assortment of non-food items.
- 5.3.3. Flea markets
5.4. Gifts and souvenirs
- 5.4.1. Gift and souvenir stores
Specialty stores that sell gifts and souvenirs.
- 5.4.2. Party supply stores
Various accessories and items for parties: balloons, paper lanterns, cake candles, confetti, etc.
- 5.4.3. Fire stations and pyrotechnics
Firework and pyrotechnic sales and productions.
5.5. Furniture, interior
- 5.5.1. High-end furniture
Specialty stores that sell luxury designer furniture.
- 5.5.2. Tapestries
Manufacturing and sales of tapestries and items made from them (pillow covers, blankets, pictures, etc.)
- 5.5.3. Children's furniture
Children's furniture stores.
- 5.5.4. Shutters and blinds
Manufacturing and installation of shutters and blinds all types.
- 5.5.5. Fireplaces, stoves
Sales and installations of fireplaces and stoves all types.
- 5.5.6. Cabinet furniture
Manufacturing, sales and installation of cabinet furniture.
- 5.5.7. Carpet stores
Specialty stores that sell carpeting.
- 5.5.8. Furniture stores
Stores and furniture shopping centers.
- 5.5.9. Furniture for bathrooms
Bathroom furniture stores
- 5.5.10. Furniture for kitchens
Kitchen furniture stores.
- 5.5.11. Office furniture
Office furniture stores.
- 5.5.12. Furniture fittings and accessories
Companies that supply components for furniture (facades, shelves, mechanisms, accessories) and furniture accessories (handles, locks, hinges, clips).
- 5.5.13. Medical furniture
Furniture for medicinal institutions (beds, examination tables, stretchers, etc.) and pharmacies.
- 5.5.14. Metal furniture
Various types of metal furniture: cabinets, racks, hand tables, work benches, chairs, etc.
- 5.5.15. Upholstered furniture
Upholstered furniture stores.
- 5.5.16. Garden furniture
Garden furniture stores.
- 5.5.17. Lamps
Speciality stores that sell lamps: chandeliers, sconces, floor lamps, etc.
- 5.5.18. Home accessories
Accessories and knick-knacks for homes: paintings, candlesticks, flowers, figurines and statuettes, photo frames, clocks, jewelry boxes, decorative furniture, pillows, blankets.
- 5.5.19. School furniture
Furniture and other equipment for educational institutions.
- 5.5.20. Wardrobes
Manufacturing and installation of wardrobes.
- 5.5.21. Curtains, curtain rods
Specialty stores that produce and sell curtains and related products: rods, curtain accessories, etc.
5.6. Appliances, electronics
- 5.6.1. Parts and accessories for household appliances
Specialty stores that sell parts and accessories for household appliances.
- 5.6.2. Computer accessories
Computer accessory sales: mouses, mouse pads, thumb drives, etc.
- 5.6.3. Computer stores
Specialty stores that sell computers, computer components, and software.
- 5.6.4. Coffee and espresso machines
Sales of coffee and espresso machines and beans.
- 5.6.5. Household appliance stores
Stores that sell large and small household appliances.
- 5.6.6. Blueray, CD, and DVD stores
Specialty stores that sell CD, DVD, and Blueray Discs containing music, videos, and/or computer games.
- 5.6.7. Technology stores
Specialty stores that sell appliances and electronics: computers, photo and video technology, auto equipment, games and consoles, programs, etc.
- 5.6.8. Electronics stores
Specialty stores that sell electric-power accessories: outlets, light switches, power cables, etc.
- 5.6.9. Office equipment
Stores that specialize in office equipment: printers, plotters, copiers, paper shredders, etc.
- 5.6.10. Projectors and multimedia equipment
Sales of various types of projectors (multimedia, video, slides, etc.) and the accessories that accompany them (screen projectors, lamps, stands, lenses, etc.).
- 5.6.11. Remote-controlled devices and models
Models that are controlled using a remote: remote-controlled cars, planes, helicopters, tanks, etc.
- 5.6.12. Gardening tools and equipment
Gardening tools and equipment: lawn mowers, cultivators, trimmers, tillers, pumping stations, sprinklers, irrigation systems, watering cans, shovels, pitchforks, rakes, etc.
- 5.6.13. Photography stores
Photography and camera stores.
- 5.6.14. Sewing and knitting stores
Speciality stores that sell household sewing and knitting machines.
5.7. Antiques, art
- 5.7.1. Antique stores
Stores that sell antiques: vintage furniture, books, paintings, household items.
- 5.7.2. Music stores
Musical instrument stores.
- 5.7.3. Devotional goods stores
Religious symbols and devotional items of various faiths, religious clothing.
- 5.7.4. Art galleries
Stores that sell paintings, art supplies, and crafts.
- 5.7.5. Coin stores
Stores for coin collectors.
- 5.7.6. Stamp collecting
Stores and clubs for stamp collectors. Organizations that collect and study postage stamps.
5.8. Fabrics, craft supplies
- 5.8.1. Fabric stores
Specialty stores that sell fabric.
- 5.8.2. Thread, yarn
Specialty stores that sell thread and yarn.
- 5.8.3. Craft stores
Stores that sell craft supplies. For example: for embroidery, knitting, beadwork, soap and candle making, etc.
- 5.8.4. Sewing accessories
Sewing accessories: needles, zippers, buttons, etc.
- 5.8.5. Bedding stores
Stores that sell bed linens, blankets, pillows, etc.
5.9. Construction, household goods
- 5.9.1. Wallpaper stores
Specialty stores that sell wallpaper.
- 5.9.2. Stores that sell dishes
Specialty stores that sell table settings.
- 5.9.3. Bathroom fixture stores
Stores that sell fixtures and/or various items for bathrooms such as replaceable parts.
- 5.9.4. Household goods and cleaning supplies
Household goods, cleaning supplies, detergents.
- 5.9.5. Construction tools
Tools used for construction, installation and repair projects.
- 5.9.6. Building stores
Stores that sell building and finishing materials, tools.
- 5.9.7. Electric and gas-powered tools
Handheld electric and gas-powered tools: drills, screwdrivers, chainsaws, etc.
- 5.9.8. Mega stores
Building and construction megastores.
- 5.9.9. Sauna and spa stores
Specialty stores that sell spa and sauna accessories.
- 5.9.10. Locks and locking devices
Sales of all types of locks and bolts for doors, gates, containers, etc.
5.10. Flowers, gardening
- 5.10.1. Seed stores
Retail stores that sell seeds.
- 5.10.2. Flower shops
Stores that sell flowers, florist shops
- 5.10.3. Garden centers
Garden centers that sell seeds, flowers, ornamental saplings, berry bushes, and trees.
- 5.10.4. Flower markets
Flower markets where you can purchase seeds, flowers, seedlings, ornamental bushes, berry bushes, and trees.
- 5.10.5. Gardening stores
Retail stores that sell products for gardeners.
5.11. Online store, delivery point
- 5.11.1. Online stores
Items sold on the internet.
- 5.11.2. Pickup points
Points where items bought on the internet are delivered.
- 5.11.3. Showrooms
Showrooms in online stores. These differ from delivery points because you not only pickup orders there, but also select/try on items.
5.12. Cosmetics, perfumes
- 5.12.1. Perfume and cosmetics stores
Specialty stores that sell perfumes and cosmetics including professional-grade items and handmade cosmetics.
- 5.12.2. Bath and body product stores
Personal hygiene products
5.13. Sports, tourism
- 5.13.1. ATVs, jet skis, snowmobiles
All-terrain vehicles, personal watercrafts, snowmobiles, ATVs, swamp buggies, etc.
- 5.13.2. Bike shops
Stores that sell bicycles, scooters, accessories and spare parts.
- 5.13.3. Boats, kayaks, yachts
Sales of all types of boats, kayaks, yachts, and equipment and parts for them.
- 5.13.4. Horse harnesses
Sales of equipment for equestrian sports: bridles, reins, saddles, girths, harnesses, etc.
- 5.13.5. Billiard stores
Sales of billiard tables and accessories for playing billiards.
- 5.13.6. Electric vehicle stores
Sales of Segways, electric bikes, electric scooters, monowheels, electric cars and other types of personal electric vehicles.
- 5.13.7. Athletic clothing and footwear
Specialty stores that sell athletic clothing and footwear.
- 5.13.8. Sports nutrition
Sports nutrition stores: protein powders, gainers, amino acids, fat burners, etc.
- 5.13.9. Sports and fitness supplies and equipment
Specialty stores that sell sporting goods.
- 5.13.10. Sports superstores
Department stores that sell athletic clothing, shoes, and sporting goods.
- 5.13.11. Recreation and tourism supplies
Stores that sell recreation and tourism-related items, professional equipment, various hiking accessories, etc.
- 5.13.12. Hunting goods
Stores that sell hunting supplies
- 5.13.13. Fishing supplies
Stores that sell fishing supplies
5.14. Farmer's markets
- 5.14.1. Farmer's markets
Areas with stands where farmers sell produce
5.15. Book stores, school supplies
- 5.15.1. Antique book stores
Specialty stores that sell old books and antique printed literature.
- 5.15.2. Book stores
Book stores and shops.
- 5.15.3. School supply stores
Specialty stores that sell stationary.
- 5.15.4. Office supplies
Supplies for office equipment: ink cartridges, toners, paper and film for printing, hard drives, etc.
- 5.15.5. Educational literature
Textbooks for schools and higher educational institutions.
- 5.15.6. Magazine stands
Places where newspapers and magazines are sold, newspaper kiosks.
5.16. Wholesale shopping
- 5.16.1. Wholesale clothing
Wholesale clothing of all types for adults.
- 5.16.2. Wholesale appliances
- 5.16.3. Wholesale dairy products
Wholesale dairy products.
- 5.16.4. Wholesale vegetables and fruits
Wholesale vegetable and fruit.
- 5.16.5. Wholesale fish and seafood
Wholesale fish and seafood.
- 5.16.6. Wholesale cleaning supplies
Wholesale cleaning supplies
- 5.16.7. Wholesale bathroom fixtures
Wholesale bathroom fixtures.
- 5.16.8. Wholesale building materials
Wholesale building materials.
- 5.16.9. Wholesale textiles
- 5.16.10. Wholesale pet supplies
Wholesale pet supplies.
- 5.16.11. Wholesale children's goods
Wholesale children's goods: clothing, shoes, toys.
- 5.16.12. Wholesale baby food
Wholesale baby food.
- 5.16.13. Wholesale school supplies
Wholesale school supplies.
- 5.16.14. Wholesale computers and accessories
Wholesale computers and accessories.
- 5.16.15. Wholesale jewelry
- 5.16.16. Wholesale company
Wholesale goods for companies.
5.17. Self-service terminals, information centers
- 5.17.1. Information kiosks
A place with kiosks that provide information.
- 5.17.2. Tourist information centers
A place that provides information for tourists
- 5.17.3. Information services
Directories, telephone and address-information services, concierge services.
5.18. Construction market, building materials
- 5.18.1. Construction markets
Construction markets, pavilions with various building materials.
- 5.18.2. Automatic doors and gates
Sales and installations of all types of automatic doors and gates, including barrier (lifting) gates.
- 5.18.3. Aluminum, aluminum construction
Sales of aluminum and aluminum products: aluminum sheets, sidings, window frames, doors, balconies, showcases, etc.
- 5.18.4. Concrete, concrete products
Sales of concrete (mortar, sand concrete, expanded-clay concrete, etc.) and products made from it, including decorative items (decorative blocks, concrete balusters, pedestals, etc.).
- 5.18.5. Road materials
Sales of road construction materials such as gravel and asphalt.
- 5.18.6. Stone products
Sales of all types of natural and artificial stones from slabs to countertops and souvenirs.
- 5.18.7. Insulation materials
Sales of acoustic insulation materials, vapor barriers, waterproofing, and electrical insulation.
- 5.18.8. Ceramic tiles
Sales of ceramic tiles.
- 5.18.9. Plaster products
Sales of plaster (gypsum) products: stucco, drywall, gypsum concrete, loose gypsum.
- 5.18.10. Adhesives products and materials
Sales of adhesives, mastics, and all types of resins for domestic, industrial, building, office, etc. use.
- 5.18.11. Cast iron works
Artistic cast iron works such as fences, railings, window grates, canopies, and household items.
- 5.18.12. Roofs and roofing materials
Sales of roofs and roofing materials.
- 5.18.13. Paint materials
Sales of paint materials.
- 5.18.14. Stairs and stair railings
Sales and installations of stairs and stair railings of all types of materials.
- 5.18.15. Metal gates and fencing
Sales and installations of metal gates and fencing.
- 5.18.16. Hardware
Sales of various hardware: bolts, screws, nuts, washers, rivets, metal wire, mesh, etc.
- 5.18.17. Floor coverings
Sales and installations of all types of flooring (both for residential and industrial use), self-leveling floors, parquet, laminate, linoleum.
- 5.18.18. Ceiling coverings
Sales and installations of ceiling coverings.
- 5.18.19. Facing materials
Sales of materials for the exterior and interior finishings of buildings: finishing solutions, natural and artificial rocks, sidings, bricks, veneers, tiles, etc.
- 5.18.20. Roller shutters
Sales and installations of roller shutters and blinds.
- 5.18.21. Sunroom enclosures
Constructions made out of aluminum framing and glass. Used to encase buildings in glass (glass facades, roofs) for constructing winter gardens, etc.
- 5.18.22. Fiberglass
Sales of fiberglass items
- 5.18.23. Dry building mixes
Sales of building mixes like cement, gypsum, lime, sand, crushed limestone sand, marble, etc.
- 5.18.24. Paving slabs
Sales of paving slabs
- 5.18.25. Facades and facade systems
Goods and services related to constructing building facades.
- 5.18.26. Heating equipment
Sales and installations of heating equipment. For example: boilers, thermal curtains, heat pumps, underfloor heating.
- 5.18.27. Windows
Sales, installations, and repairs of all types of windows.
- 5.18.28. Doors
Sales, installations, and repairs of all types of doors.
- 5.18.29. Hydraulic and pneumatic equipment
Sales of pumps, hydraulic hoses, jackhammers, jacks, and similar equipment.
- 5.18.30. Plaster products
Sales of plaster (gypsum) products: stucco, drywall, gypsum concrete, loose gypsum.
- 5.18.31. Lumber
Sales of various items made from wood: beams, planks, clapboard, etc.
- 5.18.32. Construction building bars
5.19. Clothing, shoes, accessories
- 5.19.1. Uniforms, camouflage
Sales of a military uniforms, camouflage clothing, and accessories like gloves, belts, pouches, cases, etc.
- 5.19.2. Costumes for carnivals, theater, and dance productions
Sales of stage and carnival costumes, clothes and shoes for dancing.
- 5.19.31. Underwear and swimwear stores
Specialty stores that sell underwear and swimwear.
- 5.19.4. Costume jewelry stores
Specialty stores that sell costume jewelry.
- 5.19.5. Personal effects and accessories stores
Specialty stores that sell clothing accessories and personal effects: ties, gloves, scarves, handbags, purses, wallets, etc.
- 5.19.6. Hat stores
Specialty stores that sell various types of hats and head coverings.
- 5.19.7. Denim stores
Specialty stores that sell jeans.
- 5.19.9. Maternity stores
Specialty stores for expectant mothers.
- 5.19.10. Leather and fur stores
Specialty stores that sell leather, fur, and sheepskin.
- 5.19.11. Shoe stores
Stores that sell men's and women's shoes.
- 5.19.12. Clothing stores.
Stores that sell clothing for men and women.
- 5.19.13. Bag and suitcase stores
Specialty stores that sell bags and suitcases.
- 5.19.14. Watch stores
Specialty stores that sell various types of watches.
- 5.19.15. Stockings and tights stores
Specialty stores that sell tights, stockings, and socks.
- 5.19.16. Plus size clothing
Specialty stores that sell plus size clothing.
- 5.19.17. Evening wear stores
Stores that sell or rent evening dresses and formal wear for men (coats, tuxedos).
- 5.19.18. Wedding boutiques
Wedding boutiques that sell dresses and accessories for brides and suits for grooms.
- 5.19.19. Second hand stores
Stores that sell second-hand clothing and shoes for adults and children.
- 5.19.20. Professional clothing
Specialty stores that sell work clothes for various professionals such as manual laborers, medical personnel, chefs, etc.
- 5.19.21. Knitwear, jerseys
Specialty stores that sell knitwear and related items such as fabrics, clothings, etc.
5.20. Products and services for pets
- 5.20.1. Pet shops
Stores that sell household pets and pet supplies.
- 5.20.2. Pet grooming, pet salons
Beauty salons for pets.
- 5.20.3. Aquarium stores
Specialty stores that sell aquariums and related items.
- 5.20.4. Pet hotels
Places that provide short-term housing, food, and care for pets.
If the "pet hotel" is part of a veterinary clinic, then you should enter a second category as well. Animal shelters are a separate category.
- 5.20.5. Animal shelters
Shelters for homeless animals.
- 5.20.6. Animal kennels
Breeding and training various types of animals.
5.21. Children's goods
- 5.21.1. Children's toys and games
Specialty stores that sell toys and games for children.
- 5.21.2. Children's stores
Department stores that sell children's items.
- 5.21.3. Video game consoles
Sales of video game consoles and games and accessories for them.
- 5.21.4. Baby food stores
Specialty stores that sell baby food.
- 5.21.5. Children's shoe stores
Specialty stores that sell children's shoes.
- 5.21.6. Children's clothing stores
Specialty stores that sell children's clothing and school uniforms.
- 5.21.7. Board games and games of skill
Specialty stores that sell board games and games that mentally-engage children.
- 5.21.8. Christmas trees and ornaments
Sales of real and artificial Christmas trees and ornaments
- 5.21.9. Christmas bazaars
Seasonal stands where Christmas trees are sold
- 5.22.1. Jewelry stores
Stores that sell items made from precious metals.
- 6.1. Government administrations
- 6.2. Housing and utilities services
- 6.3. Pension and social security
- 6.4. State institution
- 6.5. Law enforcement agencies, intelligence agencies
- 6.6. civil registration office
- 6.7. Embassies, consulates, visa centers
- 6.8. Tax inspection
- 6.9. Mail, communication services
- 6.10. Passport service
- 6.11. Court, prosecutor's office
- 6.12. Fire, rescue service
- 6.13. Public services, communal housing payment center
- 6.14. Military enlistment office, army
- 6.15. Correctional institution
6.1. Government administrations
- 6.1.1. Administrations
Government authorities, administrative bodies from the regional to the local level, including those for cities (and surrounding areas), city districts, villages, etc.
- 6.1.2. Ministries, departments, public service organizations
Governments, state parliaments, state agencies, service organizations, ministries and their departments.
- 6.1.3. Councils of deputies
Councils of deputies and public deputies, legislative assemblies.
- 6.1.4. Departments of education
Departments that manage education, divisions of education within administrations.
6.2. Housing and utilities services
- 6.2.1. Emergency services
State and commercial agencies that respond to emergencies in residential buildings involving the electrical grid, water supply, gas pipes, the sewer system, etc.
- 6.2.2. Water, water management
Communal services including water delivery to consumers.
Buildings and structures: water intake places, water intake points, water stations, clean water reservoirs, water towers.
- 6.2.3. Housing departments
State housing and urban development organizations, housing policy departments. Not to be confused with housing inspection organizations (which monitor rules regarding maintenance of residential housing).
- 6.2.4. Public utilities
Residential public utilities.
These organizations are usually called something like the "housing maintenance office." These divisions are responsible for repairing utility lines, maintaining landscaping, disposing of waste, and cleaning.
This category contains utility structures and blocks, ventilation and central air units, lifting mechanisms, and technical-engineering structures that don't fit into a more specific category.
- 6.2.5. Gas supply management
Gas supply services: gas supply, maintenance, and network repairs.
Related buildings and structures: gas distribution stations and plants.
- 6.2.6. Construction co-ops
Private organizations that build residential developments for specific shareholders and then manage the building co-op.
- 6.2.7. Heat supply organizations
Public utilities that provide heat to residential, public, and industrial buildings.
Buildings and structures: heating grid areas, boiler houses, heat supply units, heat pumping stations.
- 6.2.8. Homeowners associations
Associations that serve groups of homeowners. You must indicate the management company for this category.
- 6.2.9. Power supply organizations
Organizations that supply electricity, process electricity payments, transmit and distribute electrical power, connect locations to the electrical grid, or repair grid equipment.
This category can include companies that design, develop, or operate the heat or electricity system or work to modernize existing energy systems.
Buildings and structures: areas of the electrical grid, main step-down stations, distribution points, transformer substations, transformer boxes.
6.3. Pension and social security
- 6.3.1. Orphanages
Homes where children between 3 and 18 years of age are raised. Children's homes are also in this category.
- 6.3.2. Children's shelters
Places where children live temporarily away from their parents (for various reasons). Usually children are temporarily removed from their families and placed in shelters while social workers determine how best to handle the situation.
- 6.3.3. Children's homes
Social organizations that take care of children from birth through 3-4 years of age who do not have parents. Older children are transferred to orphanages.
- 6.3.4. Homes for the disabled or elderly
State and commercial institutions that provide permanent housing for the elderly or disabled people who require constant care.
- 6.3.5. Non-governmental social welfare organizations
Non-governmental social welfare for citizens.
- 6.3.6. Homeless shelters
Establishments that offer places for the homeless to sleep and sometimes also provide food, clothing or money.
- 6.3.7. Nursing care
Home or hospital-based care for the ill, disabled, or elderly; home health aide services, etc.
- 6.3.8. Social security
State social security institutions.
- 6.3.9. Social services
State and public organizations that provide social services to citizens. This category contains departments that manage the following areas: social services, housing subsidies, custody and guardianship issues, elderly services, rehabilitation centers, cultural adaption services, etc.
- 6.3.10. Workman's compensation program
A state entitlement program that provides mandatory social insurance to citizens. The main function of this program is to provide insurance in cases where individuals become unable to work or suffer from work-related accidents or illnesses. This program provides vouchers for treatment at health resorts to certain categories of citizens.
- 6.3.11. Employment centers
State organizations that help individuals gain employment. These include job centers, agencies, and employment centers.
- 6.3.12. Psychiatric clinic
State inpatient institutions for individuals suffering from psychiatric disorders who need constant care and monitoring.
6.4. State institution
- 6.4.1. Archives
State and national archives, archival departments of administrations.
- 6.4.2. Bureaus of deeds
Bureaus of deeds are organizations that are in charge of state record keeping and inventorying real estate.
- 6.4.3. Consumer protection offices
State organizations that protect consumer rights: organizations that protect consumers, the Russian consumer protection structures.
- 6.4.4. Electoral commissions and bureaus
State institutions that prepare for and conduct government elections. Voting locations
- 6.4.5. Treasury departments
State services that monitor the government's budget.
- 6.4.6. Environmental protection agencies
Organizations that restore and cultivate forests, take care of artificial stands, designate cutting areas, and protect the forests.
- 6.4.7. Licensing agencies
State agencies that issue licenses to conduct a particular type of economic activity
- 6.4.8. State supervisory agencies
State agencies that ensure that individuals and legal entities follow laws and other regulations.
- 6.4.9. Patent services
Patent offices and patent attorneys. Patenting, registering trademark signs and marks, patent research, protection of intellectual property.
- 6.4.10. Title agencies
State agencies that register real estate titles and transactions.
- 6.4.11. Certification production and services
Services that confirm that a product or service conforms to a certain standard and produce certificates of conformity.
- 6.4.12. Weights/measures and standards organizations
Develop and establish mandatory requirements and standards for products, work, and services.
- 6.4.13. Statistical organizations
State statistics organizations that produce official statistics measuring social, economic, demographic and environmental phenomena in a given country.
- 6.4.14. Construction and engineering supervision
Supervision of buildings and structures with the goal of understanding all facets of a building's present technical condition.
- 6.4.15. Customs warehouses
Specially equipped areas where goods that were either imported onto the territory of that country or are awaiting export are stored: warehouses, temporary warehouses, and terminals.
- 6.4.16. Customs
Customs posts: passenger, cargo, railway, or specialized.
- 6.4.17. Departments of corrections
State organizations that execute punishments: prison services, penitentiary services.
- 6.4.18. Inspection offices
Assessments of a product's conformity to the requirements and standards of industrial safety. Only organizations that have a license to conduct industrial safety inspections can do so.
- 6.4.19. Road safety equipment
Equipment for road safety organizations: traffic lights, traffic humps, barriers, road signs, etc.
- 6.4.20. Road construction and repairs
Organizations that construct, repair, or pave roads.
- 6.4.21. Border control
All points where people pass between state borders.
6.5. Law enforcement agencies, intelligence agencies
- 6.5.1. Extra-departmental security
Structural divisions of the state security services.
- 6.5.2. DMVs
State vehicle registration and registration/examination divisions of the traffic police and road safety offices. They also perform the following functions: changing license plates and issuing driver's licenses.
- 6.5.3. Neighborhood watch points
State-community partnerships for the purpose of maintaining public order and preventing crime on the territories that they monitor.
- 6.5.4. Police (militia) departments
Sub-divisions of Ministries of Internal Affairs: departments, divisions, and police stations in Belarus, Abkhazia, Kyrgyzstan, and other countries.
Attention! For Russia, Ukraine, and Kazakhstan, use the “Police department” category.
- 6.5.5. Police departments
Sub-divisions of Ministries of Internal Affairs: departments, divisions, and police stations in Russia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, and other countries.
Attention! For Belarus, Abkhazia, and Kyrgyzstan, use the Police (militia) department category.
- 6.5.6. State traffic police
Divisions and departments of the traffic police and road safety service, sub-divisions of the road patrol services. Only organizations that relate to the state auto-inspection structure.
- 6.5.7. National security organizations
Services that manage national security: In Russia, these organizations include the FSB, KGB, etc.
- 6.5.8. Investigative committees
State organizations that investigate very important criminal cases and ensure that the law is followed when crimes are reported and registered, when reports of criminal activity are verified, when criminal cases are initiated, and when preliminary investigations take place. They also protect the rights and freedoms of citizens and other individuals.
6.6. civil registration office
- 6.6.1. Civil registry offices
Public records and civil registry offices.
6.7. Embassies, consulates, visa centers
- 6.7.1. Visa centers of foreign countries
Visa service centers: both freestanding centers and consulates and embassies of foreign states.
- 6.7.2. Embassies, consulates
Embassies, consulates, trade and economic activity representatives for foreign countries.
6.8. Tax inspection
- 6.8.1. Tax inspection
Sub-divisions of state tax inspection services.
6.9. Mail, communication services
- 6.9.1. Automated postal terminals
Postal vending machines (automated terminals that deliver packages and items ordered from internet stores and catalogs). Equipped with compartments for storing orders and consoles to manage the process of receiving orders.
- 6.9.2. City telephone networks
Centers that service landlines, telecommunication notes, etc.
- 6.9.3. Post offices
Divisions of the state postal service that receive, sort, send, process, and deliver mail and packages.
- 6.9.4. Shipping services
Postal service organizations: preparing, packaging, and sending letters, parcels and packages. Not to be confused with branches of the state postal service.
- 6.9.5. Telecommunications companies
Generally, they provide a wide range of services: internet, TV, cellular, urban communications, etc.
6.10. Passport service
- 6.10.1. Passport and immigration services
Management offices and territorial divisions of migration service offices, passport offices.
6.11. Court, prosecutor's office
- 6.11.1. Prosecutor's offices
Agencies that ensure compliance with legislation in the name of the state.
- 6.11.2. Courts
State agencies of general and specialized jurisdiction: arbitration, labor disputes, military, administrative, etc. Magistrates (justices of the peace) are also in this category. You should not include lawyers in this category.
- 6.11.3. Baliffs
State bailiff services
6.12. Fire, rescue service
- 6.12.1. Civil defense
Ministries of civil defense, emergencies, and natural disaster response.
- 6.12.2. Fire and rescue services
State fire and rescue organizations that prevent and extinguish fires. Voluntary firefighter groups.
- 6.12.3. Radiation monitoring
Monitoring radiation in buildings or other structures.
- 6.12.4. Rescue services
Professional teams that conduct rescue operations in emergency situations clean up after disasters. Examples of emergencies: fires, harmful chemical spills, road traffic accidents, industrial accidents, etc.
6.13. Public services, communal housing payment center
- 6.13.1. Multi-function centers
Multifunction centers provide state and municipal services. These include organizations that meet certain requirements and have the authority to provide various state and municipal services (including in electronic form).
- 6.13.2. Payment centers
Centers for processing utility payments.
6.14. Military enlistment office, army
- 6.14.1. Military enlistment offices
Military services, enlistment and draft offices, and other agencies responsible for conscripting citizens for military service.
6.15. Correctional institution
- 6.15.1. Correctional institution
Prisons of various security levels.
- 7.1.1. Catholic churches
Catholic churches, cathedrals, basilicas.
- 7.1.2. Monasteries
Monasteries, monk colonies, and hermitages of various of Christian denominations<b></b>.
- 7.1.3. Orthodox churches
Orthodox churches, cathedrals, chapels, baptisteries.
This category also includes temples of "old believers", as well as prayer rooms.
- 7.1.4. The Armenian Apostolic Church
Christian and Armenian Apostolic churches.
- 7.1.5. Protestant churches
To category includes the following churches:: Evangelical Lutheran churches, Evangelical churches, Methodist churches, Presbyterian churches, Protestant churches, Seventh-Day-Adventist churches, Evangelical Christian churches, and Baptist churches.
Other faiths are categorized under Catholic churches, Orthodox churches, The Armenian Apostolic church, synagogues, mosques, and pagodas.
Congregations of various religions, and religious administrative bodies, communities and parishes are categorized under “7.2.1. Religious associations”.
7.2. Religious institutions
- 7.2.1. Religious associations
Religious institutions and buildings that are not associated with worship services. Structural divisions of churches: Roman Catholic diocese, diocesan offices, archdiocese, bishopships, diocese. Individual buildings in temples and monasteries where services are not held: cells, the Metropolitan Archbishop's chambers, Episcopal buildings, Bishop homes, rectory buildings, houses of the clergy, parishes, monastic outbuildings, novitiates. Religious centers: spiritual enlightenment centers, Orthodox centers. Oboo (obo) and other buildings of worship
- 7.3.1. Synagogue
Synagogues, Jewish community centers.
- 7.4.1. Mosques
Muslim mosques, mahalla mosques, local Muslim organizations.
- 7.5.1. Pagodas
Buddhist, Hindu Or Taoist buildings of worship: dugans, temples, datsans, hurdes, stupas, etc.
8.1. Cafè, restaurant
- 8.1.1. Banquet halls
Individual banquet halls (formal banquet rooms) and banquet halls in hotels, restaurants, etc.
- 8.1.2. Cafès
Establishments that serve food in the mid-range price category.
- 8.1.3. Pizzerias
Establishments whose menus feature pizza primarily.
- 8.1.4. Restaurants
Establishments that serve food in the upper-range price category and contain the word "restaurant" in their names.
- 8.1.5. Sushi bars
Establishments that serve Japanese cuisine, featuring sushi and rolls on their menus.
- 8.1.6. Food and meal delivery
Delivery of ready-made meals like sushi, chinese food, or pizza. Organizations that deliver meals to offices are also included in this category.
8.2. Bar, beer hall
- 8.2.1. Bars, pubs
Various drinking establishments.
- 8.2.2. Hookah bars
Establishments where you can smoke hookah.
- 8.2.3. Sports bars
Bars where sports fans gather to watch games.
- 8.3.1. Cafeterias
Establishments that serve food based on a system of self-service and pre-pay. Dishes are selected based on what is offered on that day; there are several options for the first, second, and third courses.
8.4. Fast food
- 8.4.1. Fast food
Establishments that serve ready-made foods that you can consume quickly. The most well-known establishments of this type are McDonalds, Subway, Burger King, etc. Other types of fast food that are common in Russia (pelmeni, chebureki, etc.) are also included in this category.
8.5. Coffee shop, tea room
- 8.5.1. Coffee shops
Coffee shops, tea shops, bakeries.
- 9.1. Transportation, freight services
- 9.2. Driver's school
- 9.3. Filling Station
- 9.4. Car servicing, auto mechanic center
- 9.5. Car dealerships, showrooms
- 9.6. Auto parts, car accessories
- 9.7. Driving area
- 9.8. Tire repair
- 9.9. Traffic police post
- 9.10. Car wash
- 9.11. Garage co-ops
- 9.12. Impound lots
- 9.13. Technical inspection points
9.1. Transportation, freight services
- 9.1.1. Bus service stations
Passenger bus-service stations where buses can be dispatched in the right numbers for routes. Drivers, dispatchers, and service personnel typically work at these service stations.
- 9.1.2. Autoclubs
Auto clubs that offer solutions to members' vehicle problems, road services, insurance options, lawyers that handle cases involving vehicles, etc.
- 9.1.3. Moving services
Services that transport goods either within city bounds or over long distances. There are separate categories for the transport of goods alone versus transport involving related services such as cargo protection, customs clearance, and warehousing.
- 9.1.4. Motor companies, depots
Transportation companies: freight and passenger.
- 9.1.5. Bus sales and repairs
Bus sales and servicing.
- 9.1.6. Vehicle rentals
Rentals of various vehicles.
- 9.1.7. Taxi stands
Official taxi stands equipped with corresponding signs.
- 9.1.8. Taxis
Offices and dispatch stations.
- 9.1.9. Tram depots
Tram depots and servicing.
- 9.1.10. Trolley stands
Places where trolleys are stored and serviced.
- 9.1.11. Intercity bus transportation
Passenger long-distance bus transport.
- 9.1.12. Air cargo transport
Cargo transport by air.
- 9.1.13. Railway cargo transport
Cargo transport by railway.
- 9.1.14. Cargo transport by water.
Cargo transport by sea and river.
- 9.1.15. Railway management and servicing
Railway management organizations and companies that service railways: track maintenance and civil structures, electric power and connections, passenger service directorates, train depots, etc. Railway cargo transport belongs in the Railway cargo transport section.
- 9.1.16. Airlines
Offices of companies that manage passenger air transportation.
- 9.1.17. Maritime agencies
Agencies that service vessels at ports. For example, they process loading and unloading documents, organize repairs, provide fuel and food, etc.
- 9.1.18. Logistics companies
Companies that provide various logistics services. For example, procurement, transport, storage, production, or information logistics.
- 9.1.19. City transit management and maintenance
Administrative bodies that manage city passenger transport (buses, trolleys, trams, metros).
9.2. Driver's school
- 9.2.1. Driver's school
Driver training courses led by non-governmental organizations that prepare people to pass their drivers examinations. There are also courses in defensive driving and extreme driving.
9.3. Filling Station
- 9.3.1. Gas stations, diesel stations
Gas filling stations.
- 9.3.2. Gas stations
Petrol filling stations.
- 9.3.3. Vehicle charging stations
Stations where you can charge electric cars.
9.4. Car servicing, auto mechanic center
- 9.4.1. Car servicing, auto mechanic center
Full-service car repairs and servicing.
- 9.4.2. Emergency roadside assistance
Assistance in cases of emergencies on the road. Auto repair services and tow trucks.
- 9.4.3. Car body repairs
Car repair shops that specialize in body work.
- 9.4.4. Vehicle alterations
Organizations that specialize in refurbishing vehicles for specific purposes.
- 9.4.5. Automatic transmission repairs
Car repair shops that specialize in repairing automatic transmissions.
- 9.4.6. Engine repairs
Workshops that specialize in repairing vehicle engines.
- 9.4.7. Motorcycle repairs
Workshops that specialize in repairing motorcycles.
- 9.4.8. Farming machinery repairs
Repairs of farming machinery (tractors, combines, planters, cultivators, etc.).
- 9.4.9. Car maintenance studios
Workshops that specialize in vehicle maintenance.
- 9.4.10. Window tinting services
Auto-glass tinting services.
- 9.4.11. Installations of gas cylinder equipment for vehicles
Installations of gas cylinder equipment for vehicles.
9.5. Car dealerships, showrooms
- 9.5.1. Vehicle trailers
Sales of trailers and semi-trailers for cars, trucks, and motorcycles.
- 9.5.2. Car markets
Car markets and fairs.
- 9.5.3. Car dealerships
Stores that sell new and/or pre-owned vehicles.
- 9.5.4. RVs and motor homes
Sales and rentals of "homes on wheels" (RVs) for tourism or other purposes.
- 9.5.5. Car buy outs
Organizations that buy out vehicles.
- 9.5.6. Cargo vehicles and trucks
Sales and repairs of trucks, dump trucks, and other special equipment intended for cargo transport.
- 9.5.7. Motorcycle dealerships
Stores that sell motorcycles and other motorized transport items: scooters, buggies, snowmobiles, etc.
- 9.5.8. Farming equipment
Sales of farming equipment: tractors, combines, planters, cultivators, etc. and related parts.
- 9.5.9. Special equipment and special vehicles
Sales of equipment that serves special functions: armored carriers, vehicles that transport dangerous cargo, ambulances, tow trucks, etc.
- 9.5.10. Vehicle evaluations and assessments
Services that evaluate the technical condition of vehicles.
9.6. Auto parts, car accessories
- 9.6.1. Car audio systems
Sales and installations of car audio systems.
- 9.6.2. Car air-conditioning systems
Sales and installations of car air-conditioning systems.
- 9.6.3. Car detailing, car care products
Speciality stores that sell cleaning and detailing supplies for cars.
- 9.6.4. Car seats
Sales and installations of car seats for children.
- 9.6.5. Car wheels and tires
Sales of wheels and tires.
- 9.6.6. Car heaters
Sales of car heaters of all types: for engines and passenger salons, autonomous and dependent, water and air, etc.
- 9.6.7. Vehicle radiators
Sales of radiator cooling systems and parts.
- 9.6.8. Vehicle tachographs
Sales of tachographs (monitoring devices installed in vehicles) that are designed to record the driver's speed, activity, and choice of driving modes.
- 9.6.9. Car junk yards
Places where you can buy used car parts. These parts are taken from vehicles that were in accidents or can not be repaired.
- 9.6.10. Car alarms
Sales and installations of car alarm systems.
- 9.6.11. Auto glass
Sales, installations, and repairs of all car windows.
- 9.6.12. Car enamel and paint
Sales of enamels and paints for cars.
- 9.6.13. Spare parts for buses
Sales of bus parts.
- 9.6.14. Spare parts for motorcycles
Sales of spare parts for motorcycles.
- 9.6.15. Stores that sell car parts and other products
Department stores that sell auto parts.
9.7. Driving area
- 9.7.1. Driving area
Specially equipped areas where people can learn to drive.
9.8. Tire repair
- 9.8.1. Tire repair
Organizations that primarily specialize in tire and disk repairs and alignments.
9.9. Traffic police post
- 9.9.1. Traffic police post
Permanent traffic police posts along roadways.
9.10. Car wash
- 9.10.1. Car wash
Organizations that specialize in washing cars, detailing car interiors, etc.
9.11. Garage co-ops
- 9.11.1. Garage co-ops
Garage construction cooperatives.
9.12. Impound lots
- 9.12.1. Impound lots
Specially equipped areas where towed vehicles are stored.
9.13. Technical inspection points
- 9.13.1. Technical inspection points
Authorized points and special structures for technical auto inspections (both state and licensed commercial establishments). They can issue diagnostic cards.
10.1. Stadiums, sports complexes
- 10.1.1. Skating rinks
Ice rinks (indoor and outdoor).
- 10.1.2. Sports complexes
Sports palaces. Multi-functional sports complexes that include several types of athletic buildings (such as stadiums, pools, ice rinks, tennis courts, etc.). Health and fitness complexes
- 10.1.3. Stadiums
Stadiums and sports palaces, grandstands.
10.2. Sports facility
- 10.2.1. Air flight clubs
Flight clubs, pilot schools, parachuting, paragliding, hang-gliding, etc.
- 10.2.2. Golf clubs
Golf clubs and fields
- 10.2.3. Diving
Scuba diving centers.
- 10.2.4. Sports facilities
Places where sports retreats, training camps for sports teams, and other recreational events for athletes take place.
- 10.2.5. Sports and fitness clubs
Professional and amateur clubs and groups for different types of sports such as football, ice-hockey, martial arts, etc.
- 10.2.6. Archery clubs, shooting ranges
Shooting ranges, sport-shooting clubs, rifle ranges.
- 10.2.7. Tennis clubs
Courts and clubs for tennis and ping-pong.
- 10.2.8. Yacht clubs
Organizations for yacht enthusiasts. Yacht clubs allow members to rent yachts and equipment, and offer to repair and moor the vessels as well.
- 10.2.9. Harbors, boat stations
Places where you can rent, lease, or store boats, catamarans and other vessels.
10.3. Fitness centers, gyms
- 10.3.1. Gyms, fitness centers
Gyms, workout rooms, free-weight areas, fitness centers.
- 10.3.2. Fitness clubs
Commercial organizations that provide space where people can work out individually or with an instructor using weights and cardio equipment.
- 10.3.3. Yoga centers
Places where you can do yoga.
10.4. Racetracks, equestrian clubs
- 10.4.1. Racetracks
Places where horse racing and equestrian shows take place.
- 10.4.2. Horse clubs
Places where people train in horseback riding.
10.5. Speedways, race tracks
- 10.5.1. Car race tracks
Specially equipped tracks where car races are held and related facilities (areas where cars are serviced, bleachers, track administration buildings, etc.)
- 10.5.2. Motorcycle race tracks
Specially equipped tracks for motorcycle racing, including for motocross, and related facilities: areas where cars are serviced, bleachers, track administration buildings, etc.
- 10.5.3. Go cart tracks
Go cart tracks and clubs.
- 10.6.1. Pools
Free-standing pools or pools attached to public facilities that are available to everyone. Indoor or outdoor pools.
10.7. Ski bases
- 10.7.1. Ski bases
Centers for cross-country skiing and centers for downhill skiing with specially equipped slopes for skiers.
- 10.7.2. Skiing complexes
Places for skiing and snowboarding with developed infrastructure and specially equipped trails and lifts.
11. Yard and park infrastructure
- 11.1.1. Children's play rooms and playgrounds
Recreation complexes and game rooms for children (both indoor and open air).
11.2. Sports field
- 11.2.1. Athletic fields, workout areas
Outdoor athletics fields and places to train that have certain equipment.
11.3. Bicycle rental
- 11.3.1. Bicycle rental
Bike rental points.
11.4. Dog parks
- 11.4.1. Dog parks
Specially equipped areas for walking dogs.
11.5. Garbage sites
- 11.5.1. Garbage sites
Specially equipped areas where you can dispose of trash (where there are dumpsters and recycling bins).
11.6. Bicycle parking
- 11.6.1. Bicycle parking
12. Business and services
- 12.1. Commercial organizations, firms
- 12.2. Industrial building, plant
- 12.3. Non-profit business, organization
- 12.4. Beauty salon, barber
- 12.5. Atelier, repair, home services
- 12.6. Travel agencies
- 12.7. Legal services
- 12.8. Business centers
- 12.9. Sales counters
- 12.10. Cellular companies
- 12.11. Agribusiness, agriculture
- 12.12. Dry cleaning, laundromats
- 12.13. Photo, printing services
- 12.14. Bath house, sauna
- 12.15. Funeral services
- 12.16. Real estate, construction
- 12.17. Waste management
- 12.18. Restrooms
12.1. Commercial organizations, firms
- 12.1.1. IT companies
- Companies working in the tech sphere that create, develop and maintain information systems.
- 12.1.2. PR agencies
- Agencies that handle public relations. Organizations that attempt to foster a favorable public opinion regarding products, people, companies, or events.
- 12.1.3. Outsourcing
Companies that outsource personnel from third-party companies primarily in the following areas: IT-system servicing, HR management, logistics, transport, office cleaning, security, and manufacturing.
- 12.1.4. Aerial photography
Organizations that photograph territories using cameras installed on aircraft. Satellite images are also included in this category.
- 12.1.5. Framing workshops
Workshops that frame pictures, posters, photographs, and mirrors.
- 12.1.6. Business consulting
Management consulting for commercial, legal, manufacturing, technical, or investigative fields.
- 12.1.7. Exchanges
Places where securities (stocks), currencies, or commodities can be exchanged.
- 12.1.8. Translation agencies
Agencies that offer translating and interpreting services between various languages.
- 12.1.9. Dealing centers
Companies that organize trades on the currency market.
- 12.1.10. Production and repair of musical instruments
Musical instrument factories, workshops where musical instruments are repaired and tuned.
- 12.1.11. Publishing services
All types of publishing businesses: books, music, newspapers, journals, e-publications, etc. Not to be confused with media editorial offices!
- 12.1.12. Icon painting workshops
Workshops that produce icons and iconostases and do restorations.
- 12.1.13. Internet service providers
Organizations that provide access to the internet
- 12.1.14. Information agencies
Businesses that provide information to media sources. Their main function is to supply current information to the editorial offices of newspapers, magazines, tv channels, and radio stations. News compilation and publication
- 12.1.15. Employment agencies
Agencies that recruit employees for organizations.
- 12.1.16. Catering
On-location event catering (including food and service staff).
- 12.1.17. Courier services
Services offering express delivery of cargo and mail. Urban, suburban, international.
- 12.1.18. Marketing services
Collection, processing and analysis of data on markets, competitors, consumers, prices, including planning PR events, organizing presentations, etc.
- 12.1.19. Migration services
This category includes commercial organizations that help individuals obtain citizenship and other immigration services.
- 12.1.20. Security personnel agencies
Provide security guards for businesses and individuals (both private and state organizations).
- 12.1.21. Event planning agencies
Agencies that organize events.
- 12.1.22. Production centers
Production services for theater, music, film, and other projects.
- 12.1.23. Rental locations
Locations where you can rent household items, appliances, tools, audio-video, children's items, equipment for tourists and athletes, etc.
- 12.1.24. Radio companies
Companies engaged in broadcasting: radio stations, radio programs, radio waves.
- 12.1.25. Media editorial offices
Editorial offices for newspapers and magazines.
- 12.1.26. Advertising agencies
Full-cycle ad agencies
- 12.1.27. Restoration workshops
Workshops that restore antiques; works of fine, decorative and applied art; furniture, etc.
- 12.1.28. Design studios
The general category for all types of design.
- 12.1.29. Recording studios
Special rooms that are set up to record and process sound.
- 12.1.30. TV broadcasters
Producers of television programs for various channels.
- 12.1.31. Management companies
Companies that manage various businesses and/or manage trusts for other individuals. Property management companies belong to the Homeowners Associations category.
- 12.1.32. Art workshops
Workshops where pieces of art and handicrafts are created.
- 12.1.33. Energy conservation and energy audits
Organizations that implement energy conservation and efficiency measures.
- 12.1.34. Software development companies
Organizations that develop custom software. This includes software producers, as well as software stores and distributors. 1C distributors belong to this category.
- 12.1.35. Glass workshops
Workshops that produce custom glass items. Glass-cutting services.
- 12.1.36. Cash delivery vehicles
Services that collect and transport cash, delivery-service sites and management.
- 12.1.37. Cleaning services
Organizations that professionally clean homes, offices, factories, public premises, and surrounding territories.
- 12.1.38. Conditioners
Sales of air conditioners and split systems.
- 12.1.39. Security checkpoints, pass points
Official checkpoints and security posts that a lot of people pass through at places like hospitals, factories, various companies, parking garages, etc. These checkpoints process and issue permanent, temporary, or single-use passes and other documents that allow people to enter a given premises.
- 12.1.40. Fire alarm/extinguishing systems
Companies that install and service fire alarm and fire extinguishing systems.
- 12.1.41. Automation of production
Companies that develop and implement automated production management systems.
- 12.1.42. Cable TV
Cable TV providers Satellite TV providers are also included in this category.
12.2. Industrial building, plant
- 12.2.1. Aviation and airfield equipment
Production of airfield equipment for airports, ground equipment, and tools for aircrafts.
- 12.2.2. Automotive plants
Manufacturers of all types of motor vehicles.
- 12.2.3. Nuclear power plants, hydro-power stations, thermal power plants
Electric stations of all types.
- 12.2.4. Woodworking businesses
Businesses that process wood and manufacture lumber and other wood products like furniture, log cabins, windows, picket fences, etc.
- 12.2.5. Extraction of natural resources
Extraction of minerals (fuels, ores) and other natural resources such as precious metals, stones, and drinking water.
- 12.2.6. Tool manufacturing
Manufacturing of all types of tools
- 12.2.7. Rawhide
- 12.2.8. Machine-building plants
Businesses in the heavy industry sector that manufacture various types of machines and equipment.
- 12.2.9. Furniture factories
Factories that produce furniture.
- 12.2.10. Oil and gas companies
Companies that refine, transport, and store oil, gas, and petroleum products.
- 12.2.11. Polymer materials
Production of polymers: plastics, polymer composite materials (PCM), plastics.
- 12.2.12. Production companies
Factories and industrial enterprises (including the structures and buildings that they are comprised of) that do not fit into a more specific category. Dams, sluices other similar hydraulic structures are also included in this category.
- 12.2.13. Paper production and sales
Paper and cardboard production. Pulp and paper mills also belong in this category.
- 12.2.14. Industrial chemistry
Production of all types of industrial and professional chemicals, chemical raw materials, alcohols, and anti-black ice reagents.
- 12.2.15. Industrial equipment
Production of industrial equipment that doesn't fit any separate category.
- 12.2.16. Repairs of industrial equipment
Companies that repair and service any type of industrial equipment.
- 12.2.17. Welding workshops
Companies that offer all types of welding services: gas and electric welding, argon-arc and contact welding, soldering and plasma cutting, etc.
- 12.2.18. Shipbuilding, ship repair
Companies that build, repair, and maintain vessels that transport passengers and cargo by water.
- 12.2.19. Typography
Manufacturing enterprises that support full-cycle printing work.
- 12.2.20. Coal companies
Companies the produce, process, and sell coal.
- 12.2.21. Fertilizers
Companies, that produce fertilizers for plants of various types: mineral (nitrogen, phosphorous), organic (manure, earth humus), bacterial.
- 12.2.22. Sewing factories
Companies that sew various products from clothing to bedding and table linens.
- 12.2.23. Grain elevators
Structures for storing large quantities of grain, devices for loading and unloading grain, and grain dryers.
- 12.2.24. Gemstones
Companies that process and cut precious stones.
- 12.2.25. Telecommunications equipment
Various equipment used in data transfer. These are switch boards, wireless networks, personal communication devices, etc.
- 12.2.26. Glass, glass products
- 12.2.27. Pharmaceutical companies
- 12.2.28. Fur companies
Fur companies, manufacturing of fur products.
- 12.2.29. Shoe companies
- 12.2.30. Textile companies
Production of all types of textile products: home textiles (bed linens, tablecloths, towels), as well as fabrics, clothing, and technical textiles.
- 12.2.31. Perfume and cosmetics companies
Manufacturers of perfumes and cosmetic products.
- 12.2.32. Reinforced concrete items
Manufacturing of products and structures made from reinforced concrete.
- 12.2.33. Lighting
Production of projectors, lamps, and other types of lighting for various purposes. For example: industrial, architectural, or street lighting. Household lighting (chandeliers, floor lamps, etc.)
- 12.2.34. Warehouse services
Various warehouse sites, facilities, hangars, storage complexes for products and valuables, provision of storage services.
- 12.2.35. Bricks
Production of bricks, brick factories.
- 12.2.36. Metallurgical enterprises
Industrial, production and processing enterprises in the field of metallurgy.
12.3. Non-profit business, organization
- 12.3.1. Associations and industrial unions
Non-profit entrepreneur associations such as unions of construction organizations, unions of timber industrialists, associations of aircraft manufacturers, bakers' guilds, etc. For self-regulating organizations there is a separate category - Self-regulating Organizations.
- 12.3.2. Charitable foundations
Non-profit organizations that use donations to support charities that offer social services, promote science and education, support culture and the arts, advocate for public health or the environment, etc.
- 12.3.3. Public organizations
Non-governmental, non-profit societies such as the Red Cross Society, societies of motorists, veterans' organizations, various creative groups (unions of cinematographers, writers), professional unions (associations of florists, vascular surgeons), etc.
- 12.3.4. Political parties
Central offices and regional divisions of political parties.
- 12.3.5. Consumer cooperatives
A type of corporation that unites consumers in order to make joint purchases and manufacture consumer goods that are then purchased by members of the co-op and the population at large.
- 12.3.6. Professional unions
Unions that connect people who work in a particular industry in order to protect their socio-economic rights and interests.
- 12.3.7. Self-regulating organizations
Self-regulating organizations are non-commercial associations of entrepreneurs in particular branches of trade that issue licenses to conduct business in those particular trades. Other entrepreneur associations can be found in the Associations and Industrial Unions category.
- 12.3.8. Athletic associations
Athletic federations, associations, committees, sports associations.
- 12.3.9. Chambers of commerce
Non-state, non-profit organizations that unite companies with entrepreneurs.
- 12.3.10. Environmental organizations
Communities that strive to preserve nature, fight against nuclear hazards, and aim to eliminate threats caused by chemical and genetic pollutants. This category includes organizations like Green Peace, environmental organizations, centers the monitor ecological conditions, ecology laboratories, environmental funds, etc.
- 12.3.11. International organizations
Intergovernmental (interstate) organizations and international non-governmental organizations such as the UN, OSCE, and UNICEF.
12.4. Beauty salon, barber
- 12.4.1. Makeup artists, stylists
Make-up artists, stylists, and fashion consultants. This includes wardrobe analysis and development, personal shopping services, color-based appearance analyses, etc.
- 12.4.2. Cosmetology
Specialty beauty and cosmetology salons.
- 12.4.3. Massage parlors
Therapeutic massage parlors.
- 12.4.4. Nail studios
Businesses that specialize in nail services: manicures, pedicures, nail treatments, nail extensions, designs, etc. If the business provides other services besides nails, choose the broader general category (for example, Beauty Salons).
- 12.4.5. Hair salons
Businesses that provide hair care.
- 12.4.6. Beauty salons
Businesses that provide a full range of cosmetic services for the face and body, including hair and nail care.
- 12.4.7. Tanning salons
Tanning salons and studios.
- 12.4.8. Spas
Specialty salons and clinics that provide a range of procedures using sea, thermal, mineral or fresh water, marine algae, medicinal plants, and therapeutic mud.
- 12.4.9. Tattoo parlors
Tattoo parlors, tattoos and piercings. Body art and scarification also belong in this category.
- 12.4.10. Barbershops
Hair salons for men only where staff give haircuts, trim beards, shave, and perform other services. Hairdressers that serve the entire populace belong to the Hair salons category.
12.5. Atelier, repair, home services
- 12.5.1. Auto interior remodeling
Re-upholstering car interiors, including steering wheels, instrument panels, and ceilings, making custom seat covers, sewing car canopies, etc.
- 12.5.2. Ateliers for sewing and repairing clothing
Tailoring and repairs of clothing made from various fabrics.
- 12.5.3. Everyday services
Personal service centers and organizations that render a variety of everyday services: dry cleaning/laundering, clothing repairs, equipment repairs and installations, cleaning, key making, etc. These services may be rendered on the premises of the organization or at the customer's home. Services provided by ad-hoc handymen also belong in this category. There are separate categories for certain types of household services.
- 12.5.4. Fashion houses
Fashion houses and design workshops are places where clothing, shoe, and accessory collections are created and displayed.
- 12.5.5. Metal repairs
Places where umbrellas, zippers, etc. are repaired, knives are sharpened, metal fittings are installed, etc.
- 12.5.6. Audio and video equipment repairs
Service centers and workshops for repairing audio and video equipment and televisions.
- 12.5.7. Appliance repairs
Service centers and workshops where appliances are repaired.
- 12.5.8. Leather refurbishing
Ateliers and workshops where leather clothing and accessories are refurbished.
- 12.5.9. Furniture repairs
Workshops where furniture is re-upholstered and repaired.
- 12.5.10. Shoe repairs
Workshops where shoes are repaired and re-sewn.
- 12.5.11. Computer repairs and servicing
Repairs of all types of computer equipment, including services involving upgrading computers, removing viruses, installing software, installing networks, and recovering data.
- 12.5.12. Cell phone repairs
Workshops and service centers where cell phones are repaired.
- 12.5.13. Camera repairs
Workshops and service centers where cameras are repaired.
- 12.5.14. Watch repairs
Workshops where watches are repaired.
- 12.5.15. Jewelry workshops
Workshops where jewelry is created and repaired.
- 12.5.16. Bicycle repairs
Bike repair shops. Bicycle sales belong in the Bike shops category and bike rentals — in the Bicycle rental category.
12.6. Travel agencies
- 12.6.1. Hotel reservations
Booking services for hotels and apartments.
- 12.6.2. Travel agencies
Intermediaries that sell tour packages put together by tour operators.
- 12.6.3. Excursions
Organizations and agencies that set up excursions, bus tours, and travel itineraries.
- 12.6.4. Goods and services for pilgrims
Organizations that arrange pilgrimage tours and products for people of faith.
12.7. Legal services
- 12.7.1. Lawyers
Legal services, law firms, bar associations.
- 12.7.2. Detective agencies
Detective agencies, private detectives.
- 12.7.3. Business registrations and closings
Organizations that process and register the documents required to open, reorganize, or close a legal entity.
- 12.7.4. Legal services
Legal companies, law offices, legal consultations.
- 12.7.5. Notaries
12.8. Business centers
- 12.8.1. Coworking
Specially equipped work spaces that are divided into zones and rented out for a particular time period (by the day, week, month).
- 12.8.2. Business centers
Office and business centers, business parks, business districts.
- 12.8.3. Conference rooms
Rentals of conference halls and meeting/training rooms.
12.9. Sales counters
- 12.9.1. Bus tickets
Counters that sell bus tickets.
- 12.9.2. Railway and plane tickets
Counters that sell railway and plane tickets, agencies and online ticket sales.
- 12.9.3. Public transport tickets
Places that sell tickets for all types of public transport.
- 12.9.4. Toll booths
Toll booths on highways and ferry crossings.
Only use one placemark to denote toll booths on a two-way road (regardless of how many branches or toll collection booths there are).
Mark toll booths on exits from tollroads with one placemark for each exit.
A toll point can contain not only the actual booth where money is collected, but also any related technical service structures.
- 12.9.5. Theater and concert ticket offices
Counters that sell theater, concert, and other event tickets.
- 12.9.6. Ticket offices for sports events
Offices that sell tickets to sports events.
- 12.9.7. Misc. sales counters
All sales counters that do not fit into one of the other specialized categories.
12.10. Cellular companies
- 12.10.1. Cellular companies
Stores that sell mobile phones, digital electronics, mobile operator services.
- 12.10.2. GPS navigators
Sales of various types of GPS navigators for vehicles, tourism, sports, etc.
- 12.10.3. Mobile phone accessories
Retail sales of mobile phone accessories.
12.11. Agribusiness, agriculture
- 12.11.1. Fur farms
Enterprises where animals are bred in order to cultivate their fur.
- 12.11.2. Livestock farms
Farms that breed livestock including cows, horses, sheep, pigs, rabbits, etc.
- 12.11.3. Fisheries, fish farms
The branch of agriculture that deals with breeding fish, improving and increasing fish stocks.
- 12.11.4. Agricultural businesses
Producers of agricultural products - agricultural firms, farms, collective farms, fields.
- 12.11.5. Grain elevators
Structures for storing large quantities of grain, devices for loading and unloading grain, and grain dryers.
- 12.11.6. Food-processing plants
Businesses where ready-made food is produced for organizations like schools or airlines.
- 12.11.7. Breweries
Enterprises that brew beer and other fermented beverages.
- 12.11.8. Raw food materials
Companies that produce raw foods made out of plant, animal, microbial, mineral and synthetic products. This category includes the water used to manufacture foodstuffs. For example, fiber, gluten, and animal proteins.
- 12.11.9. Food ingredients and spices
Production of food ingredients and additives: spices, flavorings, colorings, etc.
- 12.11.10. Production of foodstuffs.
Production of all types of foodstuffs: meat, dairy, canned goods, macaroni, etc.
- 12.11.11. Cold storage facilities
Companies in the food industry with refrigerating equipment that manufacture and distribute ice cream and frozen foods and freeze and store products.
- 12.11.12. Industrial bakeries
Plants and factories that produce baked goods.
- 12.11.13. Greenhouses
Only put major greenhouses in this category.
You can't put small private greenhouses on the territories of rural (dacha) settlements in this category.
12.12. Dry cleaning, laundromats
- 12.12.1. Laundromats
Places that launder clothing, commercial laundry facilities, self-service laundromats.
- 12.12.1. Dry cleaning
Dry cleaning of textiles, fur, pillows, etc.
12.13. Photo, printing services
- 12.13.1. Videography
Video shooting, editing, and digitizing.
- 12.13.2. Copy centers
Copy centers, photocopying, document and book printing and lamination, etc.
- 12.13.3. Photo services
Photo studios, photo labs, urgent document photos.
12.14. Bath house, sauna
- 12.14.1. Bath houses
Public and city bath houses.
- 12.14.2. Saunas
Saunas and sauna rentals.
12.15. Funeral services
- 12.15.1. Crematoriums
Places where the deceased are cremated.
- 12.15.2. Monuments and tombstones
Production of monuments and tombstones.
- 12.15.3. Funeral services
Funeral homes that organize funerals/cremations, hold memorial services, organize burial services, arrange for medical support during funeral services, etc.
- 12.15.4. Funeral services for pets
Euthanasia, cremation, and home burials of pets.
12.16. Real estate, construction
- 12.16.1. Real estate agencies
Realtor agencies. All real estate transactions related to purchases, sales, rentals, and exchanges of private property.
- 12.16.2. Appraisal companies
Appraisals of all types of property: real estate, land, property, etc.
- 12.16.3. Project-planning organizations
Organizations that plan projects of varying levels of complexity and in various industries (including construction).
- 12.16.4. Engineering
Consultations with professional engineers regarding building operations and maintenance.
- 12.16.5. Construction and maintenance of engineering networks
Organizations that construct, repair, and service communications networks used to supply heat, gas, electricity, water, and sanitation.
- 12.16.6. Cadastral work
Organizations that work to collect and analyze documents and data from land surveys.
- 12.16.7. Mortgage agencies
Intermediary services that help buyers acquire real estate mortgages, including selecting bank-lenders and mortgage programs, collecting and processing bank documents, and providing legal support. Banks that offer mortgages belong to the Banks category.
- 12.16.8. Interior design companies
Companies that design the interiors of apartments and offices.
- 12.16.9. Construction companies
Multidisciplinary companies that carry out the full range of construction work from constructing buildings to completing the finishing treatments. Building repairs belong in the Construction and Finishing Work category.
- 12.16.10. Construction and finishing work
Organizations that specialize in carrying out construction and finishing work: repairing and refurbishing sections of buildings.
- 12.16.11. Landscaping studios
Landscaping design. Gardening and landscaping of land plots and territories.
12.17. Waste management
- 12.17.1. Waste treatment structures and equipment
Organizations that dispose of wastewater from consumers.
Buildings and structures: sewer stations, storm-water pumping stations, drainage pumping stations, spillways, floodgates, aeration.
- 12.17.2. Landfills
Landfills for solid waste disposal.
- 12.17.3. Waste management
Recycling and disposal of all types of waste (household and industrial).
- 12.17.4. Recycling areas
Places that accept scrap metal, glass, paper, plastic, etc. for recycling.
- 12.18.1. Restrooms
Mark public and pay toilets separately, as well public toilets in organizations that can be used without making a purchase (for example, at malls or gas stations).