Celebrating 50 Languages
In 2013, our co-founders had the crazy idea to split the world into 3 metre squares and assign each one a unique combination of 3 English words. We called it a what3words address.
This project celebrates reaching 50 languages. It means that five billion people can use what3words in their native tongue, and the system is well on its way to becoming a global standard.
For each of the 50 languages, we’ve collected facts and great places to visit straight from our team of language experts, with a few behind-the-scenes titbits about the process.