A physical mailing address.

This type is an extension of schema:PostalAddress.


Name @id Type Description Inherited from
addressCountry schema:addressCountry string The country. See note 1. PostalAddress
addressLocality schema:addressLocality string The locality in which the street address is, and which is in the region. See note 2. PostalAddress
addressRegion schema:addressRegion string The region in which the locality is, and which is in the country. See note 3. PostalAddress
alternateNames schema:alternateName Array of string Alternate names (aliases) for the item. Thing
availableLanguages schema:availableLanguage Array of string Languages (human not programming) in which it is possible to communicate with the organization/department etc. ContactPoint
description schema:description Array of BlockContent or Array of InlineContent or string A description of the item. See note 6. Thing
emails schema:email Array of Format β€˜email’ Email address for correspondence. ContactPoint
id schema:id string The identifier for this item. Entity
identifiers schema:identifier Array of (PropertyValue or string) Any kind of identifier for any kind of Thing. See note 7. Thing
images schema:image Array of (ImageObject or Format β€˜uri’) Images of the item. Thing
meta stencila:meta object Metadata associated with this item. Entity
name schema:name string The name of the item. Thing
postOfficeBoxNumber schema:postOfficeBoxNumber string The post office box number. PostalAddress
postalCode schema:postalCode string The postal code. See note 4. PostalAddress
streetAddress schema:streetAddress string The street address. See note 5. PostalAddress
telephoneNumbers schema:telephone Array of string Telephone numbers for the contact point. ContactPoint
url schema:url Format β€˜uri’ The URL of the item. Thing


  1. addressCountry : For example, United Kingdom. You can also provide the two-letter ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 country code.
  2. addressLocality : For example, London.
  3. addressRegion : For example, California or another appropriate first-level Administrative division
  4. postalCode : For example, 94043.
  5. streetAddress : For example, 10 Downing Street.
  6. description : Allows for the description to be an array of nodes (e.g. an array of inline content, or a couple of paragraphs), or a string. The minItems restriction avoids a string being coerced into an array with a single string item.
  7. identifiers : Some identifiers have specific properties e.g the issn property for the Periodical type. These should be used in preference to this property which is intended for identifiers that do not yet have a specific property. Identifiers can be represented as strings, but using a PropertyValue will usually be better because it allows for propertyID (i.e. the type of identifier).

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This documentation was generated from PostalAddress.schema.yaml.