Move over Park Place, Boardwalk and Marvin Gardens. The newest edition of Monopoly puts the Western Wall, Mahane Yehuda Market and Israel Museum on the game board.
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The world’s largest toymaker, Hasbro, has teamed up with Israel’s KodKod to market the latest version of the decades old, rainy day favorite, an Israeli-themed game called Jerusalem Monopoly.
The board features 28 tourist destinations, and appears in both English and Hebrew, a press release from a public relations firm representing the company says, some two weeks ahead of the Jewish holiday of Hannukah.
Jerusalem Monopoly is the first version of the 81-year-old game developed in Israel, and is soon expected to be marketed not only in Israel but in many other countries as well.