Here's the full list of locations in Dublin Monopoly and how much they cost
Art imitates life?
The first ever Dublin Monopoly board has finally been unveiled to the public following a launch in the capital on Thursday morning.
Over 30 Dublin landmarks feature as part of the iconic game, with the usual ladder of pricing structures in place.
Given the current property crisis in the city, the release of the game should result in much biting social commentary, you'd imagine.
Or perhaps the inevitable heated debates will instead focus on the likes of, 'Wait, why is there a Freshly Chopped in there?' and that sort of thing.
The full rundown of locations in order of board advancement and their relevant prices - in fictional Monopoly currency (M), of course - looks like this:
Ha'penny Bridge: M60
Molly Malone Statue: M60
LIGHT BLUE SQUARES
Dublin Zoo: M100
Kilmainham Gaol: M100
Irish Museum of Modern Art (IMMA): M120
The Royal Dublin Golf Club: M140
Croke Park: M140
Aviva Stadium: M160
Brown Thomas: M180
Dundrum Town Centre: M180
National Botanic Gardens: M220
Guinness Storehouse: M220
Weir and Sons: M240
Freshly Chopped: M260
National Gallery of Ireland: M260
Temple Bar: M280
St. Columba's College: M300
Nord Anglia International School Dublin: M300
Dublin City University: M320
DARK BLUE SQUARES
Phoenix Park: M350
General Post Office: M400
Dublin Airport: M200
Dublin Port: M200
Dublin Bus: M200
Electric Company: M150
Water Works: M150
And here's how all that looks on the shiny new plaything itself:
Speaking at the big launch on Thursday, Custom Games Manager at Winning Moves Robert Osborne noted that his team were "wonderfully spoilt for choice" when choosing the locations.
Dublin Monopoly is now on sale at all major stores across the capital.