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HIPOTEKA    
Ljutomerske gorice
Najemnina 6€.
     Z 1 Hišo 30€.
     Z 2 Hišama  90€.
     S 3 Hišami  270€.
     S 4 Hišami  400€.
S HOTELOM 550€

Vrednost Hipoteke 50€.
Hiše stanejo vsaka 50€
Hotel, 50€. plus 4 hiše

Če je igralec lastnik VSEH polj neke Barvne skupine, se najemnina podvoji na Nepozidanih Zemljiščih te skupine.

Ljutomerske gorice (Pronouncation similar to Lutomerska goritze [1]) is the third property in the Slovene Edition Monopoly game. It replaces Oriental Avenue for the game.


About

Ljutomerske gorice is first Light Blue colored property. It first appeared in the 1993 version of Monopoly: Slovene Edition, where it cost 10.000 SIT.

Rent

  • Rent: 6€
  • Monopoly: 12€
  • 1 House: 30€
  • 2 Houses: 90€
  • 3 Houses: 270€
  • 4 Houses: 400€
  • 1 Hotel: 550€

Prices

  • Printed Price: 100€
  • Mortgage Value: 50€
  • Building Costs: 50€ each

On the board

It is third property on the board (disregarding Utilities and Railroads). It is located between Railroad Železniška postaja Jesenice/Train station of Jesenice (before) and Priložnost/Chance card (after). The last property before Ljutomerske gorice is Fiesa and first property followed by Ljutomerske gorice is another light blue colored property-Haloze

Real Location

This article is about Ljutomerske gorice [2] , one of the biggest Slovenian hills, which is just barely related to Monopoly board game.

As all properties in Slovene Edition this property is named by famous attraction or location in Slovenia. This one is named by one of the biggest Slovenian hill chain. Ljutomerske gorice, also known as Slovenske gorice (Slovenian hills) is hilly region in North-East of Slovenia, mostly known for their vineyards. More info [3].

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