Cape Town - Cape Town officially has its own Monopoly edition. The Monopoly Game, currently celebrating its 80th anniversary, has opened its streets to the sunny city of Cape Town.
Africa’s very first Monopoly – Monopoly Cape Town launched on Friday 13 November- opening the vibrant streets of Cape Town to game players and cunning property fanatics eager for an entertaining tour of the city - even the Taj Hotel is for sale, as the only hotel property to feature on the board. Players will need to fork out 320 MONOPOLY money to own this spot.
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Many South Africans identify with the fun family game – it has filled many evenings with laughter and has playfully pushed the boundaries of many relationships.
The original version was created in 1903 – The Landlord’s Game, designed to demonstrate the power of rent on property owners and tenants. The city of Cape Town is South Africa’s first regional city to receive its own game.
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For those looking for great stocking fillers for the festive season - this local travelling game is a lekker one and will be on sale as of 14 November, at various toy stores.
Here's a look at the iconic local stops feature on the board:
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Cape Town International Airport
The Springbok Museum
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Newlands Cricket Grounds
Western Province Rugby Grounds
Ajax Cape Town
Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens
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Table Mountain Cable Way
Camps Bay beach
University of the Western Cape
University of Cape Town
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The Taj Hotel
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