It has never been easier to become a landowner in Tokyo.
This week a desirable plot goes to Jhen de la Cruz. Can you imagine that this lucky person owns a piece of land in Tokyo located next to the famous Sanso-ji temple in the center of Asakusa area?
We are happy for you, Jhen!
Are you still thinking that the idea of winning Digital Land in a cool place is far-fetched? Test your luck and take part in our next contest.
This week you will have a chance to win Digital Land right in the center of Rome — on the Piazza Venezia.
To get this land plot you need to take just TWO STEPS:
1. Sign to the Arcona Whitelist HERE: https://crowdsale.arcona.io/auth/registration/
2. Share this text on Facebook
In a week we will check if all the conditions have been met by the participants.
We’ll share some historical insights with you about the place to give you inspirational thoughts and ideas on how you can use this place.
Piazza Venezia (Venice Square), Rome, Italy
One plot of Digital Lands is located right in the center of Rome — on the Piazza Venezia. Four major roads meet here: the Via del Corso, Via del Plebiscito, Via di Teatre Marcello and Via dei Fori Imperiali, which leads directly to the Coliseum and the Roman Forum. Most tourist routes start on this beautiful square.
It’s always crowded in here, due to its majestic historical monuments. On the south of the square is the monument devoted to King Victor Emmanuel II, Il Vittoriano, which is also called Altare della Patria (Altar of the Fatherland). It was built in the early part of the twentieth century to commemorate the unification of Italy. Also, one of the oldest basilicas of Rome is located here — the Basilica San Marco.
Piazza Venezia owes its name to marvelous Palazzo Venezzia, the former papal home. It was constructed by Pietro Barbo, who later became Pope Paul II. Then Pope Pius IV transferred it to Venice, and the palace was used as an embassy. Nowadays it houses Museo di Palazzo, a museum of Medieval and Renaissance art with a beautiful collection of decorative arts.
With a population of 2,9 million, Rome hosted nearly 10 million of tourist in the past year.
Piazza Venezia is set at the foot of Capitoline Hill, near the Roman Forum, Colosseum, and Palaces of Emperors on the Palatine Hill. Those are the most popular places in Rome. You can visit all of them with a single ticket — about 6mln of this tickets are sold each year.