4.1.4. Adding attributes to addresses

General rules for entering house numbers can be found in section 3.5.2.2. Number.

4.1.4.1. Number

Enter the house number as the “Official” name.

Follow these rules when entering numbers:

4.1.4.1.1
Order for entering information about addresses (note that many Russian terms are just translated as "building"):
  • building or housing complex number
  • building number (litera)
  • building number (korpus)
  • building (stroenie)
  • wing

  • structure (sooruzhenie)
  • any other information (such as that entered using the “/”, “-”, or “,” characters)
4.1.4.1.2
Abbreviations, that you should use in the address:
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  • building → “bdg.”;
  • Building → “Bldg”

  • Structure → “Stru”

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    Use abbreviations in addresses of buildings under construction

    After a building under construction gets an official address, you can delete the previous one from the map. If the abbreviation is still in use locally though, you can leave it there.

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  • apartment → “apt”

    Used in addresses of private homes that consist of two or more parts with individual entrances and (usually) a separate plot of land. In these cases you can write the apartment number if the official address is listed on cadastral maps.

    In these addresses, you can abbreviate “Apartment” as “apt” (for example, 39 Sovetskaya St., apt. 1).

  • section → “sec”

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    Only use the “sec” abbreviation when entering addresses for cemetery plots and in cases where its absence would result in duplicate addresses:

    If the houses in a locality, cottage settlement, or farming co-op do not have addresses but the land plots are numbered and basically stand in for addresses, then write these numbers without using the "sec" abbreviation.

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4.1.4.1.3

Only use characters from the language you are using to enter addresses. In English, you should only use characters from the Latin alphabet.

4.1.4.1.4
All abbreviated terms in addresses (Bldg, Apt, etc.) should be uppercase.
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4.1.4.1.5

If corner buildings have an address written with a forward slash or have two different addresses (one for each street), then create address points for each of the corresponding streets. Enter Official and Also known as names for each address.

If a fraction is used in the form of the address used locally (including on signage), then the official name should include the forward slash (and the name without the sign should be entered under "also known as").

If a number with no slash is used locally, then enter the official name without one (and use the slash for the "also known as" option).

Also see point 3.5.2.2.5.

Note.

If the "also known as" name is exactly the same as the other address on the same street, don't enter it.

Examples of addresses:
  • 12 Planernaya St., Bldg. 7
  • 12А Svyazistov St., Bldg. 7
  • 12А Karbysheva St., Block A
  • 87А Varshavskoe Hwy
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