The north Italian city of Bergamo, which was devastated by the covid-19 pandemic earlier this year, now has its own version of Monopoly, the world’s most popular board game.
The Bergamo Edition Monopoly was granted the use of the coat of arms of the Municipality. In exchange for the concession of the coat of arms, the company Winning Moves, donated €10,000 to the Fund of Mutual aid to fund social and cultural initiatives linked to the coronavirus emergency which corresponds to the sales value of 300 pieces and 30 copies were given to the Municipality.
The special limited edition Bergamo version, released today, follows the same rules as the original game, but contains streets and landmarks from the Lombardy city.
Instead of the railway stations, four boxes will lead to Valle Brembana, Valle Imagna , Valle Seriana and Val di Scalve. Nothing Park of Victory and Avenue of the Gardens, but Sentierone and Piazza Vecchia are just some of the places that appear on here.