Describes the detailed address.
The building's number.
The street name.
The sub/super city.
The named area.
The state or province.
The postal code.
The extended postal code (availability dependent on region).
The ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 codes standard country code. For example: "US". See https://www.iso.org/obp/ui/#iso:std:iso:3166:-1:ed-4:v1:en for more details.
The name of the country.
The ISO 3166-1 alpha-3 codes standard country code. For example: "USA". See https://www.iso.org/obp/ui/#iso:std:iso:3166:-1:ed-4:v1:en for more details.
The freeform address - the full address in a usable form.
The full name of the first level of a country administrative hierarchy. This field only appears in case countrySubdivision is presented in an abbreviated form. Supported only for USA, Canada, and Great Britain.
An address component which represents the name of a geographic area or locality that groups a number of addressable objects for addressing purposes, without being an administrative unit.
The street name and number combined in the correct order.
An address component which represents the name for a postal code that is related to a single administrative area, city, town, or other populated place.
Code prefixed by countryCode and a hyphen (countryCode-countrySubdivisionCode) forms the ISO 3166-2 code. Examples: TX for Texas, SCT for Scotland, ON for Ontario, ZE for Zeeland and BB for Brandenburg.
Neighborhoods have in common that they often have a semi-official status and may not be part of an administrative structure. Neighborhood does not fit specifically in an administrative structure. Neighborhoods are areas formed on a cultural, social or economical basis, it may have touristic appeal as a nice area with a specific atmosphere like a restaurant area. Neighborhoods typically don't have official borders and they typically don't have an equivalent in administrative or postal sources. Names of neighborhoods are commonly known and often used as place names. Examples: Karolinenviertel in Hamburg, Little Italy in New York, Quartier Pigalle in Paris, Soho in London, Museum Island in Berlin.