March is a city of layers and patches, built within and around walls that have been torn down gradually as civilizations and progress came by. Polycentrical, heterogeneous, multicultural and plurilingual, March’s identity nowadays is global. Its citizens hold a World-citizen-passport and an international driving license that allows them to drive anything from e-tuk-tuks to reindeer sleighs. Although March is made out of fragments, it is not a fragmented city. It consists of many different subcultures, but it has developed its own urban-culture. March is an always changing city, a place in permanent construction, whose evolution is based upon two main and basic values: tolerance and altruism. In March everybody, even its visitors, feels at home. March could be almost any city, may be yours, might be mine.