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Object within religious places

Examples of the object that are common in my country, are:

- Tower of the mosque,

- Sculptures, glass arts, murals in the church,

- Statues, pillars, and more ormaments in Buddhist temples,

- Entrance gates or signs to those religios places, etc.

And all those objects are part of religious place. If there's already a Wayspot for a whole religious place, how should I rate for any objects within there? And which should I consider it as duplicate?

For example here's a tower of local mosque, which the mosque itself is already a Wayspot, and both of them are separated by parking lot.

Thank you.


  • tehstone-INGtehstone-ING Posts: 1,003 Ambassador

    If they're culturally, historically, or artistically acceptable on their own, then they can be accepted and are not considered part of the church/mosque/etc.

  • Sugarstarzkill-PGOSugarstarzkill-PGO Posts: 437 ✭✭✭✭✭

    The thing you might run into is not enough space unless the POIs are a decent distance from each other (minimum of 20m apart, more sometimes depending on S2 cells).

    But you can get qualifying objects through that are separate from the church itself. I've had a church approved, plus a large, intricate, stained glass window (for the church wayspot, I nominated the sign in front technically, so it would be far enough from the stained glass POI. Both passed).

  • MrKoyoMrKoyo Posts: 1 ✭✭

    Terima aja pak. Ga usah banyak mikir. Toh juga sesuai kriteria itu

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