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The property and penalty prices are presumed to match the new billset, with the starting cash equal to 30,000 francs (1,500 x 20). Bills are the 500, 100, 50, 20, 10 and 1 euro coins with starting cash of 1500 euro.Game description: The Belgian Walloon edition of Monopoly features cities and streets from both the Walloon and Flemish areas of the country.Pieces include green plastic houses and red plastic hotels. The Luxury Tax space is also called that (instead of the regular German Zusatzsteuer or add-on tax), but has a rate of €100.
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.
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.
Italy, the Netherlands and Belgium occupy the green spaces, Luxembourg, the UK and Denmark occupy the yellow spaces, and so on.
Game description: This board is localized for the German city of Frankfurt am Main.
Game description: 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 railroads are the three big Brussels railroad stations (Brussels North, Central and South) 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.
A number of Wallonian cities also got special editions, including Namur (capital of Wallonia), Liège, Charleroi, and Arlon, all in the Walloon Region along with 1 Flemish city Antwerp. The 1930s Matador version was localised exclusively with Copenhagen streets.