I have a problem with two conflicting names for the same object.
This object is a building: Palazzo Pamphilji (id = 25481440).
The building was built for a noble family and so it is known as the palace of that family from the foundation. So Palazzo Pamphilji (of course this means Pamphilji Palace). If you come to Rome for tourism you will find it under this name in your touristic guide. This is true even if this touristic guide is not written in italian, of course; just look at wikipedia
The problem: the building hosts the Brasilian Embassy. The Embassy owns the whole palace, so the whole palace "is" the Brasilian Embassy. The name of the Embassy is, of course, more or less "Brasilian Embassy" in various languages. For example the palace has name:pt = Embaixada do Brasil. At the same time I could write name:pt = Palazzo Pamphilj (again, according to wikipedia).
I found cited the same problem in this diary post on the University of Cambridge of davidearl: " It is very tempting to say this is the "Department of Psychology" rather than the "Sir William Hardy Building", but the latter is the correct name".
I just suppose that the problem is less important: I hope that most people that have to go at the Department of Psychology will know that they have to go to the Sir William Hardy Building. I find quite difficult that a portuguese that have to look for his/her embassy will be interested in roman history... (clearly it is quite easy to find the Navona square, but this is not the point....)
Could anyone provide me any linking to the "right" tag description? Or, if no shared tagging convention exixts, any suggestion?
Thank you in advance