Pais Vasco / Euskadi (Spain)
Monopoly releases a bilingual edition for Euskadi and includes San Juan de Gaztelugatxe, Bizkaia Bridge, Oma forest among other landscapes.
"Monopoly edition País Vasco" is set in the three Basque territories and includes texts in Basque and Spanish. The dog, the car and the hat will be able to walk for the Ría de Bilbao, San Juan de Gaztelugatxe, Urdaibai or the Peine del Viento after charging 200,000 euros if it passes through the starting box.
The charms of the territory are splashed on the board that in its original version in Spanish met streets and stations of Madrid. In orange boxes, the park of Gorbeia occupies the place of the street Velázquez. And in the brown squares that formerly corresponded to Plaza Lavapiés and Ronda de Valencia, now they are dedicated to the Hanging Bridge and the Cathedral of Santa Maria, in Vitoria (with the image of the new building dedicated to Mary Immaculate). In the green area you can buy Getxo and in the azure blue, painted forest of Oma or the Museum of Fine Arts of Bilbao.
The yellow streets have been replaced by the most popular fiestas or events in Bizkaia, Gipuzkoa and Álava, namely the Aste Nagusia , the San Sebastian Film Festival and the La Blanca Festivities . A proposal that distances itself from the traditional topographical denominations that have played in this space of play.
The same goes for the pink streets, dedicated to more generic facets and known Basque culture. The rural sport, Basque ball or races of trawlers occupy Glorieta de Bilbao and the streets Alberto Aguilera and Fuencarral; And, likewise, the red set has been reserved for gastronomy, one of the great attractions of the autonomous community. The pintxos and the new Basque cuisine have a cost of 220,000 euros in Monopoly coins, below the prized txakoli.
The North, Goya, Midi and Delicias stations have been replaced by airports, ferries, stations and ports, although without specifying which ones. On the other hand, the most expensive squares - corresponding to Paseo del Prado and Paseo de la Castellana in the most well-known version - have been replaced by the Bilbao Estuary and the Bay of La Concha, the most valuable property.
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