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  • The following is a list of game boards of the Parker Brothers/Hasbro board game Monopoly adhering to a particular theme or particular locale in Europe. Lists for other regions can be found here. The game is licensed in 103 countries and printed in 37 languages. The longest-produced and most commercially successful edition in the UK and Commonwealth Countries is the original London version published in 1935. (en)
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  • Red (en)
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  • . (en)
  • GO (en)
  • Jail (en)
  • Free Parking (en)
  • Go To Jail (en)
  • In Jail/Just Visiting (en)
  • Start (en)
  • Go (en)
  • Salida (en)
  • Parking (en)
  • Prison (en)
  • Collect (en)
  • Los (en)
  • 200.0
  • Gefängnis (en)
  • En prison (en)
  • Fängelse (en)
  • Þú færð 20.000 kr. í hvert skipti sem þú ferð hér framhjá (en)
  • Af of Start (en)
  • Allez En Prison (en)
  • Allez En Prison/ (en)
  • Allez en Prison (en)
  • Allez en prison (en)
  • Am Prisong (en)
  • Aparcament Gratuit (en)
  • BYRJUN (en)
  • Başlangıç (en)
  • Besplatnaya stoyanka (en)
  • Besplatno parkiranje (en)
  • Bezpłatny parking (en)
  • Börtön (en)
  • Cadeia (en)
  • Cárcel/Sólo visitas (en)
  • De settes i fengsel (en)
  • Départ (en)
  • Départ/ (en)
  • EIK. Pasiimk 200 Lt, kai praeisi (en)
  • Eik į kalėjimą (en)
  • En Prison (en)
  • Estacionamento Livre (en)
  • Ewch (en)
  • Ewch i'r Carchar (en)
  • Fangelsi/Bara í heimsókn (en)
  • Farðu í fangelsi (en)
  • Fengsel (en)
  • Frei Parken (en)
  • Fri Parkering (en)
  • Fräi Parken (en)
  • Frítt stæði (en)
  • Fængsel/På besøg (en)
  • Ga naar de Gevangenis (en)
  • Gabh (en)
  • Gehen Sie In Das Gefängnis (en)
  • Gehen Sie in das Gefängnis (en)
  • Gevangenis (en)
  • Gitt an de prisong (en)
  • Go To Fängelse (en)
  • Gratis Parkeren (en)
  • Gratis Parkering (en)
  • Gratis parkering (en)
  • Gå i fængsel (en)
  • IBDA (en)
  • Idi u zatvor (en)
  • Idite u zatvor (en)
  • Idź do więzienia (en)
  • Il-Ħabbs (en)
  • Im Gefängnis/Nur zu Besuch (en)
  • In Prigione! (en)
  • Ingyen Parkolhatsz (en)
  • Irány A Börtön (en)
  • Kodes ziyaretçi (en)
  • Kodes'e gir (en)
  • Kreni (en)
  • Lähtö (en)
  • M 200 Salary (en)
  • Mene vankilaan (en)
  • Mine vanglasse (en)
  • Mur Il-Ħabs (en)
  • Naar De Gevangenis (en)
  • Nemokama stovėjimo aikštelė (en)
  • Nëmmen op Besuch (en)
  • Otpravlyajtes v tyurmu (en)
  • Parc Gratuit (en)
  • Parc Gratuit/ (en)
  • Parc gratuit (en)
  • Parcio di-dâl (en)
  • Parking Gratuit (en)
  • Parque Gratuito (en)
  • Partida. Receba 2000$00 (en)
  • Posteggio gratuito (en)
  • Presó (en)
  • Prigione (en)
  • Prison/ (en)
  • Príosún (en)
  • Páirceáil Saor in aisce (en)
  • Slobodan parking (en)
  • Start - Modtag Kr. 20.000 hver gang du passerer (en)
  • Tasuta parkla (en)
  • Tipparkja B'Xejn (en)
  • Téigh go dtí Príosún (en)
  • U poseti (en)
  • U zatvoru (en)
  • V tyurme (en)
  • VIA! (en)
  • VPERYOD (en)
  • Vanglas/Lihtsalt külastad (en)
  • Vankilassa käynti (en)
  • Vapaa pysäköinti (en)
  • Vaya a la Cárcel (en)
  • Vrij Parkeren (en)
  • Vrij Parking (en)
  • Vá para a cadeia (en)
  • Vés a la Presó (en)
  • Więzienie (en)
  • Yn i Carchar (en)
  • Zatvor (en)
  • Zatvor / (en)
  • Ziehen Sie beim Vorübergehen €200 Gehalt ein (en)
  • as you pass (en)
  • Sortida. Cobra 20.000 cada vegada que passis per ací (en)
  • Ücretsiz otopark (en)
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  • 1930.0
  • Known as 'Monopoly'. The possessions are invented street names, mostly named after major world cities. (en)
  • The Brussels edition of Monopoly features a mix of cities from Flanders, Wallonia, and Brussels. Ten street names come from Flanders areas, ten from Wallonia, and two additional street names are added from Brussels itself. The grid above incorporates both language versions; the French version is on the left and the Dutch on the right where two names are given. The railways are the same as the other respective versions, as are the utilities. (en)
  • The Belgian Walloon edition of Monopoly features cities and streets from both the Walloon and Flemish areas of the country. The railroads are the three big Brussels railroad stations and one 'Buurtspoorwegen' or 'Chemins de Fer Vicinaux' which used to be the Belgian light railway and tram company. Electric Company and Waterworks stay the same, with translations. (en)
  • This special edition features streets from Antwerp, Belgium. The language used is Flemish. (en)
  • This was a special Europa Edition of Monopoly, released in Germany in 2001. The board was released just prior to the adoption of the euro, and features licensed paper replicas of the 5, 10, 20, 50, 100 and 500 euro notes. A package of licensed plastic replica 1 euro coins is also included. The dice come in the official Blue and Gold colors of the European Union, as do the houses and hotels . The game board features the capital cities of twenty-two European nations, for buying, selling and trading. The European Parliament and the European Court of Justice take the places of the two utilities. Four major airports take the places of the four railroads. (en)
  • This edition presents streets and squares from around the country. Cities featured: Aarau, Basel, Bern, Bienne, La Chaux-de-Fonds, Chur, Fribourg, Geneva, Lausanne, Lucerne, Lugano, Neuchâtel, St. Gallen, Schaffhausen, Solothurn, Thun, Winterthur, Zürich. The Swiss edition is bilingual German/French . (en)
  • Main French board, also updated for Monopoly - Nouveau plateau in 2005. (en)
  • This a board localized for the German city of Köln . Spaces on the board use streets and locations local to the city, as well as logos of local businesses and interests . The set comes with now standard currency denominations ; property values are given in euros. Pieces include green plastic houses and red plastic hotels. (en)
  • Released as limited edition for the 60th anniversary of Monopoly. Each set is individually numbered and the box is gold with a green bar across the centre. (en)
  • This board was released in 2005, to honour the 70th anniversary of Parker Brothers acquisition and commencement of sales of the board game Monopoly. The concept of the game is to update the board and gameplay through inflation, use of currently valuable properties, new tokens, new artwork, use of airports in place of railroads, use of apartments in place of houses, and new scenarios on the Community Chest and Chance cards. The Electric Company was replaced with Telecoms , and Water Works was replaced by The Sun newspaper. (en)
  • Known as Monopol. (en)
  • Playing in the streets of Helsinki. (en)
  • Properties are streets and stations of Tallinn. (en)
  • Properties are streets in Warsaw. (en)
  • This board is localized for the German city of Hamburg. Spaces on the board use streets and locations local to the city, as well as logos of local businesses and interests . Also, apart from the Hauptbahnhof , the train station spaces read Flughafen Hamburg-Fuhlsbüttel , Bahnhof Dammtor and Bahnhof Altona. The set comes with now standard currency denominations ; property values are given in euros. Pieces include green plastic houses and red plastic hotels. (en)
  • This national edition is based on a standard board with street names from eight Austrian state capitals. Each capital gets one set of color properties. In order around the board, these include Eisenstadt, Graz, Linz, Klagenfurt, Salzburg, Innsbruck, Vienna, and Bregenz. (en)
  • The streets are in Vilnius. Railway stations are in four largest Lithuania cities: Vilnius, Kaunas, Klaipėda and Šiauliai. The game is called Monopolis. (en)
  • Released in limited edition of 500 for charity in 1989. (en)
  • The first-ever Irish language version of the game to be published, this version produced by Glór na nGael with support from Foras na Gaeilge. Each colour group has a different theme — brown: headlands; light blue: rocks; dark orchid: religious sites; orange: mountains; red: islands; yellow: ancient sites; green: political buildings; blue: sites associated with the Easter Rising; stations: provinces; utilities: Irish-language websites. (en)
  • Streets and properties are named after Istanbul neighborhoods. (en)
  • Released in late 2008, Monopoly Malta uses 20 Maltese and 2 Gozitan towns and uses the Euro as currency. Since Malta doesn't have train stations, Sea Ports have been used instead - three from Malta and one from Gozo. Brown: Msida, Ħaż-Żabbar; Light Blue: Marsaskala, Ħal Qormi, Marsaxlokk, Pink: Mosta, Green: Wardija, Purple: Valletta, Mdina (en)
  • Ulitsa = street. Bulvar = boulevard. Ploshchad = square. Shosse = highroad, so larger than ulitsa. Zheleznaya doroga = literal iron way. (en)
  • Instead of streets, it uses the names of capital cities of countries which are already members of the European Union, in order of their admission to the EU , and some which are expected to be. Currency in euros. (en)
  • Produced for the millennium in 1999, the properties are the same as the standard British edition. The houses and hotels are stackable, the board is silver with holographic foil, and the money is translucent. (en)
  • Released on the occasion of the International Games Festival in Cannes. (en)
  • The properties are all UK towns and cities, with the order defined by an online voting campaign that received over a million votes. (en)
  • The standard version depicts major streets from cities across the country, including Lisbon, Porto, Coimbra, Setúbal and Braga. It was originally named Monopólio ; after Parker forced Majora change the name, it became as its original. (en)
  • The spaces are named after streets in Reykjavík, and the currency is the Icelandic króna. As there are no railways in Iceland, the four spaces with railroads in the original edition are replaced with three airports and a bus station. The airport spaces have airplane symbols instead of locomotive symbols, but curiously the bus station space retains the locomotive symbol. The Chance and Community Chest cards lack the Rich Uncle Pennybags illustrations of the American edition. (en)
  • Thirty companies were represented on the board, with twenty-two presidency cards , four retail cards , and two utilities. Community Chest and Chance were replaced by Bull and Bear cards, respectively. The UK standard Super Tax space became a Capital Gains Tax space, though the Income Tax space remained unchanged . The companies represented on the board were international, including Gillette, Unilever, Swissair, Pizza Hut, DaimlerChrysler, Toshiba, Alcatel, Tesco and BT. (en)
  • The Antwerp edition of Monopoly features 22 streets of Antwerp as well as some railway stations within the locale. (en)
  • Known as 'Monopoly'. The possessions are partially invented street names but the majority are real street names used in mayor Croatian cities. (en)
  • This a board localized for the nation of Austria. Based on a Standard Edition game set, the streets used are from various Austrian cities. These include Eisenstadt , Graz , Linz , Klagenfurt , Salzburg , Innsbruck , Vienna and Bregenz . The set comes with standard currency denominations ; property values are given in euros. Pieces include green plastic houses and red plastic hotels. (en)
  • This board is localized for the German city of Frankfurt am Main. Spaces on the board use streets and locations local to the city, as well as logos of local businesses and interests . The train station spaces are the Central Train Station , Rhein-Main Airport , East Harbour and Hauptwache Underground station . The set comes with now standard currency denominations ; property values are given in euros. Pieces include green plastic houses and red plastic hotels. (en)
  • Luxembourg Edition - . The street names are taken from various Luxembourgian cities. The highlighted name in each case is the name of the city. (en)
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  • Uses images for all of the sites mentioned. (en)
dbp:issuedThrough
  • Winning Moves (en)
  • Majora (en)
  • Tonka Corporation (en)
  • Winning Moves UK (en)
  • General release in Antwerp, Belgium. (en)
  • General release in Belgium. (en)
  • General release in Brussels, Belgium. (en)
  • General release in Flemish areas, in Belgium. (en)
  • General release in the United Kingdom. (en)
  • General release, EU only (en)
  • General release, exclusive to Austria (en)
  • Icelandic release only (en)
  • Voira (en)
  • Winning Moves Int. Ltd (en)
  • Winning Moves Int. Ltd. (en)
  • General release in the United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand. (en)
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  • Trafalgar Square is the only property to have the exact same location on both the classic board and the Here & Now Edition board. Regent Street is also on both boards, but was demoted from a dark green to a yellow property, and thus draws less rent than before. (en)
  • This version still uses the adjusted values and the franc bills. A second edition uses regular values and the regular bills, and was released in 2000. (en)
  • Los - DM 4,000 on classic boards, €200 on boards after 2000. (en)
  • Uses Monopoly Dollars to avoid the use of either euro or pound sterling, as this board is an all-Ireland version of the game. (en)
  • The box proclaims that it is an Authorized Opoly Game. (en)
  • The game is published in Flemish. The property values go back to normal values, and the bills included are the standard 1, 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, and 500. (en)
  • Go was START! in 1988 edition. (en)
  • Stands and Stadia instead of Houses and Hotels. (en)
  • You are buying London 2012 venues and locations. (en)
  • The box proclaims that it is an Authorized Opoly Game. A diagonal band in the top left of the box reads Limitierte Neuauflage in € . (en)
  • Rules for the game were widely changed for this edition. The doubles rule remained, as did the auction rule . Landing on a coloured company space allowed the player to buy a majority of shares if it hadn't already been floated, or pay rent, which went to the bank, and not the player possessing the card. Extra shares could also be purchased during a turn: one share of any floated company, or two of the company that the player's token is on. Dividends were collected each time a player passed Go. The construction of offices/head offices could only commence when all companies in a colour-group were owned, similar to standard rules, and building shortages, also as in standard rules, could also be caused. Shares of companies could be bought from and sold to the bank, or traded with other players. If a shareholding plurality is achieved by another player, that player assumes control of the company, which could break a monopoly. All transactions were intended to be entered into the included Electronic Share Unit. (en)
  • The train stations from the standard German edition are changed to North station, West station, South station and Franz Josef's station . This board edition also grants the same choice on the Income Tax space as the U.S. original; in this case it's 10% or €200. Many of the European boards simply charge €200. The Luxury Tax space is also called that , but has a rate of €100. (en)
  • The houses and the hotels are in the form of a triangular tent of beautiful shiny wood. The dice are standard white plastic with black pips. The box on the original Flemish edition did not state as such, though a 1964 release did indicate the Flemish edition. The second 1963 release used official Monopoly money. (en)
  • The houses and the hotels are in the form of a triangular tent of beautiful shiny wood . The dice are standard white plastic with black pips. (en)
  • As the properties are nations and their capital cities, they are laid out in reverse order by the year they joined the European Union . Thus France and Germany occupy the dark blue spaces, and are the most expensive. Italy, the Netherlands and Belgium occupy the green spaces, Luxembourg, the UK and Denmark occupy the yellow spaces, and so on. (en)
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  • dbr:Dog
  • dbr:Battleship
  • dbr:Boot
  • dbr:Race_car
  • dbr:Top_hat
  • dbr:Thimble
  • dbr:Wheel_barrow
  • dbr:Iron_(appliance)
  • Ten metal tokens: Cannon, dog, wheelbarrow, car, battleship, iron, thimble, horse and rider, hat and shoe. (en)
  • Colored wooden Man-What-You-Not-pin nets are used at tokens. (en)
  • Mobile Phone, Aeroplane, Car, Bike, Computer, Dog, Globe, In-line Skate (en)
  • Limited editions included a cheeseburger, inline skate, mobile phone, skateboard, Formula-1 race car, passenger jetliner and a London bus. The standard edition omitted the bus. (en)
  • Six standard Monopoly tokens were included: the racecar, iron, Scottie dog, battleship, hat and shoe. (en)
  • The eight tokens represent famous European landmarks: The Palace of Westminster, UK, the Eiffel Tower, France, the Brandenburg Gate, Germany, the Leaning Tower of Pisa, Italy, a windmill, The Netherlands, the Manneken Pis, Belgium, the Sagrada Família, Spain and the Parthenon in Greece. (en)
  • Twelve sights, each country one: Eiffel Tower , Brandenburg Gate , Windmill , Leaning Tower of Pisa , Sagrada Família , Grundtvig's Church , Atomium , Parthenon , Tower of London , Belém Tower , Blarney Castle , Church Saints Cosmas and Damian in Clervaux (en)
  • Colored wooden Man-What-You-Not-pin nets are used as tokens. (en)
  • Standard Monopoly tokens: thimble, wheelbarrow, car, boat, gun, horseman, hat, dog, shoe, and iron. This is the case with each city edition. (en)
  • Mobile phone, Roller blade, Hamburger, Jumbo Jet, Racing Car, Skateboard and London Bus (en)
  • Elephant, Bathtub, Trophy, Candlestick, Tram, Rich Uncle Pennybags, Boot and Car (en)
  • Double-decker bus, Wenlock, Mandeville, Hackney carriage, London Underground train, Telephone booth (en)
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  • The following is a list of game boards of the Parker Brothers/Hasbro board game Monopoly adhering to a particular theme or particular locale in Europe. Lists for other regions can be found here. The game is licensed in 103 countries and printed in 37 languages. The longest-produced and most commercially successful edition in the UK and Commonwealth Countries is the original London version published in 1935. (en)
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  • List of licensed and localized editions of Monopoly: Europe (en)
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