|Supertypes = Thing|
|Subtypes = AdministrativeArea, CivicStructure, LandForm, LandmarksOrHistoricalBuilding, LocalBusiness, Residence, TouristAttraction|
|Inherited properties = additionalType:URL, description:Text, image:URL, name:Text, url:URL|
|Properties = address:PostalAddress, aggregateRating:AggregateRating, containedIn:Place, event:Event, faxNumber:Text, geo:(GeoCoordinates or GeoShape), globalLocationNumber:Text, interactionCount:Text, isicV4:Text, logo:(ImageObject or URL), map:URL, openingHoursSpecification:OpeningHoursSpecification, photo:(Photograph or ImageObject), review:Review, telephone:Text|
|Defined by = http://schema.org/Place|
|the Firefox extension using Schema.org annotations!|
A place of interest. Such entities typically define locations and therefore must have a known position. This concept is definitely borrowed from Google Places. As such we recommend that annotations encoding a Place should contain at least a good address or geo location property (GeoCoordinates or GeoShape).
Places play very important role in various kind of applications.